Monthly Archives: September 2004

The joys of TV-free living

Well, at least one of the joys. That would be, that half a year since Kerry became a lock as the Democratic nominee and with less than 5 weeks until Election Day, I have not seen even one second of … Continue reading

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Spamvolution

It’s interesting (but annoying) to watch the evolution of spam. A recent example that I have trended (most unwillingly) is “hot stocks.” At first, the messages are straightforward, using proper spelling and grammar. Then, after a day or two, you … Continue reading

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No Rose this fall for me

Much to my chagrin, I will be able to attend neither Homecoming nor the Career Fair this fall. During the former I will be in Albuquerque, NM, on vacation, and I will be at a training class in Chicago while … Continue reading

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Ch-ch-ch-changes

I brought back the “About Me” section on the sidebar. I occasionally search for high school friends on the internet, so if anyone ever searches for me and finds this site, they will now know that they have the right … Continue reading

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Monday Morning

It’s Monday morning again. Comes once a week. Ho hum. I do like my job. I do, I do! It’s the getting up early and spending all day away from my wife and kids that sucks. Random: I like it … Continue reading

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Team America

I just found out about a new movie called Team America: World Police. My sneaking suspicions about the nature of the film were confirmed when I discovered Alec Baldwin’s involvement in the film. Mr. Baldwin, by the by, still has … Continue reading

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T-Shirt Love

For a few brief hours this morning I was a non-conformist. I ran out of clean uniforms and had to wait until my next set was delivered. It was strangely exhilarating, but now things are back to normal. The non-conformity … Continue reading

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For What It’s Worth

My take on the Swiftboat Veterans for Truth brouhaha is that I don’t really care what John Kerry did during his time in Vietnam. I disagree with the tactics of the SVT – it seems that they have trouble living … Continue reading

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Worse than Sequels. . .

. . .would be if Lucas really followed through on his threat in this interview and spin off the SW franchise to TV. Ack!

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Webcasting

I enjoyed my first ever webcast today (yeah, I’m a little behind the times): Dashboard Confessional at Austin City Limits Music Festival. It was a fun show, wish I had been there instead of watching it from my family room. … Continue reading

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