April 6, 2008
I confess: I like to double click at different words in an article to mark where my eyes are going next. It happens so frequent and so quickly that my friends who’ve seenÂ me do it call it a from of ADD. While their amateur diagnosis might be a applicable to some, it does not… Continue reading this entry
March 12, 2008
It was all clutter to me.
January 4, 2008
The past few days have seen me sick enough that I had to not work. I hate calling out. It inconveniences everyone else at work and it can produce a streak of ill will and doubt and it’s just too much crap to deal with. But when I’m this sick, I’m this sick. I spent… Continue reading this entry
November 22, 2007
There has been barely anything to say the past few weeks, only that life is good, dear friends.
July 13, 2007
The site has a new look. New content? Soon. Am I going to tear it all down and start over? I’m thinking about it.
July 13, 2006
I’ve been working with WordPress since it was b2. In that time I have seen a growing scourge of spam comments and all sorts of efforts to take sites down. In my experience, the best spam plugin out there to hit the WordPress market is Spam Karma 2, which uses a heuristic, points-based system to… Continue reading this entry
July 6, 2006
As tagged by Chet, something a bit less serious for now. 5 Stuffs In My Refrigerator: Two pounds of gorgonzola. One bottle of Ars Vitis Riesling Birthday cake Eggs, eggs, and more eggs. Turkey bacon. I miss the real thing. 5 Stuffs In My Closet: Rip Curl stitchless board shorts. 5 plain black roundneck tees.… Continue reading this entry
July 1, 2006
Every now and again I like to take note of one or a few examples of people who have taken the step towards breaking away from identity politics. Michael Demmons never has engaged in that kind of irrationality, but who among us have not had stares of disbelief upon revelation of whom we align with… Continue reading this entry
June 29, 2006
Here’s a small barrage of a few short reviews of a few entertaining things lately: Over The Hedge is one animated movie not for the weak of heart. Hyperbolic in its use of hyperbole as it may be, it’s got enough sap in it to at least water down the seeming misanthropy that can seethe… Continue reading this entry
June 13, 2006
Have nothing in your house that you do not know to be useful, or believe to be beautiful. — William Morris (as seen on De Doc) It is without a doubt that our society today is a consumer-driven society based largely on credit. This is in itself a fact worth bemoaning, as we are, as… Continue reading this entry
November 26, 2005
Just random thoughts this Saturday morning after work. Trey Givens has a few perspectives on Batman versus Superman. Of their respective home cities he says: I like Superman better than Batman because Gotham is a bad place where good people happen, while Metropolis is a good place where bad people happen. Call me a cynic… Continue reading this entry
November 19, 2005
The circumventing circumlocutory talk edition. My sister left a comment in Filipino in the previous post asking me to explain to ETR my desires for such violent vengeance to be met upon those who stole my sister’s van. Well, in not so many words, either. I was going to start a long reflective rant on… Continue reading this entry
October 30, 2005
A few quick links this Sunday: Jim Lindgren wants us to follow the Euros when it comes to not being able to tell the time. Not any anti-Euro bigotry on my part, but I find the concept of DST as it is annoying, though it does help one way or another. Let’s save the planet… Continue reading this entry
September 15, 2005
BFT is now on WP, courtesy of yours truly.
September 5, 2005
Welcome to the Labor Day edition of RINO Sightings, where you can peruse the posts from the Raging RINOs group. Without further delay: Dean Esmay lists quite a few politicians to be held accountable in Lousiana. Pigilito cites an article from The Economist on computer models used to track influential SCOTUS decisions. C Daddy makes… Continue reading this entry
August 30, 2005
This blogger, for the record, sends only the best of wishes to all the victims of Hurricane Katrina. No, it may not be “our tsunami,” but it is not an overhyped disaster, as Michael Demmons and Brendan Loy, remind us. Donate through the Red Cross, link swiped from John Cole.
August 18, 2005
One thing that has taken a lot of my free, online time is just hopping from one site to another, in the spirit of what the web was (and still is) about. Aside from blogs, I’ve taken a liking to some liesurely reading of Wikipedia articles. Though the neutrality and even the factuality of the… Continue reading this entry
August 15, 2005
The 73rd edition of The Carnival of the Cats is up at Mind of Mog. All the catblogging you need for a whole week.
August 6, 2005
So I’m playing around with this OkCupid test: the Ham (43% dark, 47% spontaneous, 27% vulgar) your humor style: CLEAN | SPONTANEOUS | LIGHT Your style’s goofy, innocent and feel-good. Perfect for parties and for the dads who chaperone them. You can actually get away with corny jokes, and I bet your sense of humor… Continue reading this entry