For those who dare to contest my spelling prowess, Merriam Webster has the following to say to you: Main Entry: weird Pronunciation: ‘wird Function: noun Actually – I mulled it over in my head a bit before deciding on “wierd” as many others do because of the silly childhood rhyme we all learned. My aunt,… Continue reading Spell “I told you so”
Someone is assaulting the womens’ restroom on the other side of the wall from my stall. Is there a term for performance anxiety on the pot?
For Christmas (Yule, what have you), I commissioned a song in Amy’s honor. I also created a video around the song for her to see Christmas morning. It was probably one of my better surprise gifts ever. The plan went off without a hitch and she says I can post it here for all to… Continue reading Everything That’s Cute
Today, for the uninitiated, is Christmas Adam. As many of you know, Adam came before Eve ergo today’s celebration. I’m not sure when in history we collectively decided to end our recognition of the first homo sapiens, but the choice to embrace this *truth and honor it for a day can be made. Since I’ve… Continue reading Adam & Eve
Not that it had gone unnoticed by anyone, but today is officially Winter. It has been very cold for the last week or so. Yesterday the weather decided to ring Fall and ask for cover while it went for a smoke break. This week, looks like Fall will be standing in for Winter during the… Continue reading Winter is Here!
Since Halo 2’s substantial release into the wild, new phrases have entered the every-day. Among them is “tea-bagging.” Not something I’d recommend using in mixed company, but I’m guessing it’ll be on the sitcom’s soon. Wikipedia says: The term tea bag is also slang for a homosexual sex act that involves the scrotum (the tea… Continue reading Tea Bag Phenomenom
I hadn’t paid much attention to Flickr.com to be honest, though I do use it when I think about it. It’s actually an awesome little service with great functionality. Part of me is insanely jealous at the ingenuity behind it. I poked around a bit this evening and discovered the “Groups” features. It’s a lot… Continue reading Flickr Groups
Today we visited Barbara Elise, the previously mentioned, unnamed, baby girl. It turns out they didn’t pick one of my names, though Tina did say she had up to two weeks to decide. She’s a beautiful specimen and only days old.
Those of you who know me, know that I’m a very tolerant guy. There are, however, a few things that I just despise. On my way home last night, I encountered the most loathsome of my pet-peeves (maybe not the most, but at the time it was). Having driven through stormy weather from work, I… Continue reading Über-Aggressive Lemmings
I have installed an interesting application – BlogJet. It’s a cool Windows client for my blog tool (as well as for other tools). It has MSN-like smiley’s, which are amusing . Get your copy here: http://blogjet.com *UPDATE* The smiley’s are cool, but it’s good to know that they’re just images and probably need to be… Continue reading Testing BlogJet