Monthly Archives for August 2008
As Hurricane Gustav bears down on the gulf coast, everyone is looking for the latest updates. Here are five resources I'll be using to get not just the news, but some first-hand accounts of Hurricane Gustav as it makes landfall. … Continue reading
Sen. McCain prepared a special address for Sen. Obama on this most historic night. Say what you want about McCain – the dude has class.
To borrow a phrase from Pete…. Happy Football to all y'all!!!! I'll talk to y'all again in January!!!!
I need your help. College football starts in two days. The first Florida State game of the year is just 11 days away. I feel woefully unprepared. Heck, even Merrin went to get her toes all garnet & gold yesterday! … Continue reading
Hello, there, Tropical Depression 7Originally uploaded by kevindonahue. From NOAA, Tropical Depression 7 is strengthening in the Caribbean and is expected to become a named storm today or tomorrow. Current projections put Florida in its path. Ggggrrrrrrreat!
In all seriousness, I'm beginning to think that this system makes slightly more sense than the electoral college.
One of the great additions to the Disney parks over the past ten years has been the Fast Pass. While some loathe it, I love the Fast Pass system. And there's really only one thing lacking from Disney's FP approach … Continue reading
With college football season just eight days away and the first dropping of the spear in just 16 days, it's time to look back at the greatest fourth quarter in college football history. I remember sitting there for three quarters … Continue reading
Bad news: Tropical Storm Fay may be setting her sights on Orlando. Here's the latest map. Good news: Our hatches have been sufficiently battened. [The phrase] has a nautical origin and 'battening down' was done on ships when bad weather … Continue reading
It's no secret that I like to do things the easy way. It's not (just) that I'm lazy, but I… appreciate efficiency. So… as in years past, I'll be renewing my Amazon Prime membership again this fall. Why? Well, it's … Continue reading