Disney World Vacation Photos There’s a place on this Earth where reality fails, excitement is on tap, and prices are only limited by your imagination. Walt Disney’s Disney World creation is the most spectacular piece of manufactured tourism in the world. It’s also one of the only places that truly caters to the whole family,… Continue reading The Disney World Report
Month: April 2007
Beck: Sunday Sun
Beck’s song, Sunday Sun includes what appears to be the centipede movement sound from the famous arcade classic, “Centipede.”
As I was working on my post for Disney World just now, my site encountered a spontaneous glitch. As such, I’ve had to stop writing for now and work on the problem at hand. The result of the problem is that I no longer seem to be able to use PHP sessions. Something I’ve always… Continue reading Spontaneous Glitches
24 hours of flickr
It will be hard to stand out with so many great photographers pushing their work on May 5th, but there’s a minute chance of being seen by an impressive audience. More than that, there’s the simple fact that Flickr is honoring its users and giving them a little something to work for. This is what the social phenomenon is about.
Balthazar’s first trip (at 4-years-old) to Disney World is coming up. We told him about it last night and it has been non-stop question and harassment about it. We were careful not to tell him until just days before we left. We wanted him to have one day at school to brag to his friends,… Continue reading Disney World!
I have a sordid history with Starbucks and my mug. I can speak singularly about my mug even though years have passed because I’ve been using the same mug now for…jeez…probably 5 years or so. Before that, I had another one. And before that, I think it was the mug I used in High School.… Continue reading Starbucks: Eco-Unfriendly
You might have guessed at this headline. With the news of the Virginia Tech shootings so fresh in everyone’s mind, debate about weapon laws entered into this morning’s conversations at work. Yeh – an Asian man with grand visions of America’s wild west compares those good ole days (notably via Hollywood entertainment and the likes… Continue reading Gun Laws
I don’t have particularly bad luck with police officers, but it just seems as though most of them don’t have very personable personalities. Friday night at Oodle’s in Gainesville proved otherwise. Two officers were eating at Oodles where my wife, son, and I frequent. Balthazar noticed the cars outside while we ate and was very… Continue reading Gainesville’s Finest
Spring hit northeast Georgia with a bang this year. The kind of bang where everything gets very uncomfortably hot just before a good week’s worth of freezing temperatures. Saturday morning, it was 31° F. Last week, I think we saw days in the mid-80’s. But comfort aside, the cooler weather will preserve the brightly colored,… Continue reading Easter Weekend
Last night I overheard Balthazar and Amy talking in the bathroom. Amy: Oh! That’s a good looking poop. Balthazar: Thanks! Balthazar: That’s the daddy one, that’s the baby one, and that’s the mommy one. Amy: Go tell daddy. Me: (passing the bathroom) I hope the daddy one is huge.