Thursday, December 25, 2008

Drink 'til I Die

The Poxy Boggards music video

Saturday, June 7, 2008

"Slow movement": fast lifestyle destroys health, families

Americans are so starved for time, our need for speed is destroying our health, families and communities.

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Friday, May 23, 2008

Indy4, Tornadoes, and Levy Life

Dude!!!! What a crazy day we had.

First, went to go see Indy 4. Wow did that suck sweaty donkey balls. Speilberg screwed the pooch on that one, just like he did to the Star Wars Trilogy.

Then, on the way home...

TORNADO!!!!!! In Southern California!!

Yep, saw two tornados in the northen part of Perris while we were driving home. Heard on the news later that one of them knocked down a big rig and derailed a small train on the side of the 215. We were watching it--and driving behind it by about two miles--when it crossed the freeway and did it's damage. WOW!!!!

Haven't been blogging much. Honestly, I don't think too many people actually read my blogs, so I figure why bother. But just to update those of you who DO read it..

Gas is $4 a gallon, the whole economy sucks, Bush and Arnold are a-holes, and California is way overdue for a major quake. That's if we dont' get more tornadoes tomorrow!! Dude!!

But seriously...

Besides finances, things are going ok over here. Irene and I took a little trip to Knott's for my b-day back on the 6th. Just the two of us. Spent the night at Knott's hotel, then went to the park the next day, and had a blast!!

On June 3rd, we'll be celebrating being happily married for two years. Wow, two years already!!!

Arthur is 14 moths old now, and he's taking a few steps, babbling--but I SWEAR while waiting for Irene at the dentist the other day, he said "I want to go bye-bye." ??? He's forming sentences already???

Work still sucks. Business is SO slow--again--I fear layoffs are coming. Oh, and the boss took our computer to his house, so can't get online from work anymore. :(

That's the highlights for now. If you want to know more, call or email, and we'll chat.

Thursday, May 1, 2008

Monday, April 14, 2008

Behind the Scenes: Small-town voters talk economic pain, politics - CNN.com

Behind the Scenes: Small-town voters talk economic pain, politics - CNN.com: "Coaldale, PA: It's exactly the type of place Sen. Barack Obama referenced last week when he said some Pennsylvanians were 'bitter' over their poor economic situation.
Obama said he regretted the word choice but continued to argue that some voters feel desperate."

Wednesday, April 9, 2008

24: The Unaired 1994 Pilot

This is hilarious. Makes 1994 look like the technology Stone Age!

Monday, April 7, 2008

Where has all the help gone?

You never asked to pump your own gas or bag your own groceries, but you probably do -- or will. Here's why you might as well get used to working for free.

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Friday, March 21, 2008

Jericho: Cancelled Again??

Jericho: CBS Cancels the Series Again But Is the Series Really Over? » TV Series Finale#more-1358#more-1358


Season Two wasn't as good as the first one, but it would be cool if another network picked up the show for Season Three...

Temecula CA Fire Station built but still not open

Found this article about Riverside County Fire/CDF RRU Station 95:

"The Roripaugh Fire Station, which has been completed for about two
years, sits empty in northeastern Temecula.

"No, we didn't have a ribbon cutting," said Bill Hughes, Temecula's
director of public works. "We couldn't get anyone there."

That's because there are no roads connecting the fire station to city
streets. The responsibility to build those connections belongs to the
Roripaugh Ranch developer, whose project has been mired in problems for
more than four years."

North County Times, San Diego, CA
Published Saturday, March 15, 2008 1:02 AM PDT

Monday, March 10, 2008

Public drinking water riddled with prescription drugs: AP

We're talking trace amounts, yes, but an Associated Press probe finds many prescription drugs in public drinking water, causing health experts to be concerned about the long-term effects.

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