Monthly Archives: June 2004

Strikeouts

So, Randy Johnson reached the 4000-strikeout plateau last night, a milestone that only 3 other pitchers have reached in baseball’s history. He has averaged 1.23 strikeouts per inning, which is better than anyone else in baseball history. And I still … Continue reading

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Musical Tidbit

In my music library, the top five artists based on total track time of MP3′s that I have stored are: Poor Old Lu (389 minutes 0 seconds) Jars of Clay (351:43) Stavesacre (259:22) Plankeye (214:29) DC Talk (208:22) I think … Continue reading

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National Public Mike Moore Fan Club

I’m getting tired of NPR’s plugging of Fahrenheit 9/11. [I promised myself that I wasn't going to give that trash any more publicity than it already had, but I've just about had it with NPR so here goes.] I’ve heard … Continue reading

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Baked Beans

So I’ve been on sensory panel for the past two days. Not the entire two days, just once each day, really. At any rate, I’ve been evaluating various types of Bush’s Baked Beans. I don’t know why we are doing … Continue reading

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Rolling Out of Control!

Ye Olde Blogroll just keeps growing. New links are to Dragoon (the one and only Dread Pirate Michael) and Mighty Matt. Both are, of course, very cool people and Rose alums (and yes, those two descriptors are compatible!). Mighty Matt … Continue reading

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Whoohooo!

After months of anticipation, my good friend Jeremy has started his blog. Unfortunately, he didn’t tell me right away so you are already several posts behind. The link is GSB Mennonite. Everything you need to know about Jeremy (and way … Continue reading

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NASPLANE?

So, I was reading about the successful space plane launch and flight by pilot Mike Melvill. In the brief bio of Melvill the AP mentioned that he has test-flown many aircraft, including race planes. Race planes? People race planes? Where … Continue reading

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Personality Cocktails

Just for fun (link courtesy of Naginata): How to make a Soulfood Ingredients: 1 part pride 1 part brilliance 1 part joy Method: Combine in a tall glass half filled with crushed ice. Add a little cocktail umbrella and a … Continue reading

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Monster

We watched Charlize Theron’s Monster tonight. It is not a feel-good movie. Wow, it was hard. I managed very purposely to miss the Theron/Christina Ricci love scenes, which was a plus. Overall, I’d have to say that I was very … Continue reading

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More on RFID

Wal-Mart is still pushing RFID trackability. Looks like it is inevitable. As long as they are willing to pay the piper, I don’t mind. But if we (as in my company) have to eat the cost of implementing this, I’ll … Continue reading

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