ARRRRGGHHH!!! I’ve done it again, only this time it’s worse! I left my clothes at home having left early for work to workout. It wasn’t a simple shirt this time, however. It’s nearly the entire enchilada. I did manage to bring fresh under garments. I also left my wallet … [Read more…]
Friday night I went out with family for Father’s Day – Amy’s sister was in town from Philly, so it was a special occasion. The two dad’s in the family were treated to dinner at Kiku’s, a fine Japanese hibachi place in Gainesville. I had been uncustomarily hungry throughout the week, so Friday … [Read more…]
Summer has officially landed and to mark the event, the Sun moved 1 million miles closer to Earth. I can tell because how damned hot it’s been lately. If this is any sign of what’s to come by August, nothing green will survive. My lawn is already crispy and brown.
Welcome to … [Read more…]
I ventured well outside of Gainesville tonight to attend the Lake Claire Community Land Trust drumming circle in Atlanta. They hold these gatherings on the 1st and 3rd Saturday’s of every month and start at o-dark-thirty. It ends promptly at midnight to respect the community. And it’s the community that has put … [Read more…]
I just recently finished updating my wife’s website for her photography/art business downtown. The new design is a far cry from the old, and now works in more than one browser :) It was ridiculous actually that it took me as long as it did to get around to re-designing it, but she … [Read more…]
Some of you may remember the greatest years of gaming as a dynasty ruling from the late 70’s through the 90’s. When graphics took over the mainstream competitive edge, companies began disregarding “fun gameplay.” Today, computer games and even some console games take 100’s of hours of investment to actually beat or become … [Read more…]
If seeing the world through rose-colored glasses makes everything beautiful, then Loreena McKennitt pumped through head phones is like rose-colored ear muffs. I can’t stop listening to The Dark Night of the Soul. Maybe it’s just me, but when I listen to that song, it’s like I’m getting a deep tissue brain massage. … [Read more…]
A gp to anyone that recognizes this:
In Memory of Raven
In Memory of Douglas Adams (1952 – 2001)
Today’s Memory Lapse
Reverend Olaf Gradin, Presiding
Kingdom of Loathing
Range patterns match from the first occurence of one pattern to the first occurence of the second pattern, then match for the next occurence of the first pattern to the next occurence of the second pattern, etc.