Monthly Archives for September 2004
Man. I need a release. Work is making me crazy because…well, it's quarterly bonus time and I'm a greedy hog so I'm busting my @ss to get everything I can get contracted. Hopefully we can all go to the fair … Continue reading
Happy Birthday, Christine! I'm raising a cookie (and subsequently dunking it in milk!) in your honor today!
Well, it's officially fall. I guess that means it's time to kick in the "fall" redesign. Summer of blues, greens, and yellows is now replaced with reds and subtle fall colors. Eh. Whatever. I'm hanging up the summer Hawaiian shirt … Continue reading
I'll be honest: I really don't spend too much time focusing on my wardrobe throughout the year. That being said, it's really time that I started. I've got seven good wool-blend work suits, but a couple them need to be … Continue reading
With all the talk about red states and blue states in this year's election coverage, it's hard to remember which is which. Red states tend to vote Republican (ie Texas) and blue states tend to vote Democrat (ie California). Here's … Continue reading
Synop has updated Sauce Reader to version 1.8. Let me just again say how in love I am with this newsreader. New features in the release include the ability to monitor a webpage for changes and download it for offline … Continue reading
OK, so did anyone else catch the pilot episode of ABC's Lost? About 20 minutes in, I said to Merrin that this may be one of the best shows on television. After watching the rest of the pilot, I don't … Continue reading
We have to say farewell to an American institution. The last Chi Chi's Mexican Restaurant has closed its doors. Yes, the first place I ever enjoyed the greatness of the Crispy Beef Taco Dinner is no more. Damn.
It seems really wierd that Cat Stevens would be on a terrorist watch list, doesn't it? Nope, not when you know all the details. It's alleged he gave thousands to the militant Palestinian group Hamas, and to the son of … Continue reading