We got Gilbert in October of 2002. We went down to Animal Friends thinking we’d get a nice dog to be a friend for Becky to play with outside and to do a little bit of light watch duty around… Continue Reading
Each year, as we gather with family at Yuletide with a tree in the house and we exchange gifts and think about togetherness at year end, and about snow and cocoa and sleigh rides and jingle bells and about talking… Continue Reading
I used to own a book (and very well may still own this book, although for the life of me I can’t find it) that had all sorts of great info on the various distilled spirits and how they were… Continue Reading
Recently, John Gruber at Daring Fireball published a note on his “linked list” items called Do Music Artists Fare Better in a World With Illegal File-Sharing? He said, The only group that is making less revenue is the record labels.… Continue Reading
I’m a migraine sufferer. I have a headache pretty much every single day, although most of my headaches aren’t bad enough to “put me down” so I mostly function. I used to take Imitrex (100mg sumatriptan succinate) for migraines, but… Continue Reading
Seen in Google Reader: I think better proofreading might be in order.
I sold my D70 and upgraded to a D90 and got the Nikkor 18-55 f/2.8 lens. Here are a couple of the shots I took around the house to try it out. (Click the images for the full-size versions.) It’ll… Continue Reading
I’ve come up with a comprehensive flowchart for children to follow, outlining proper behavior in all cases. It can be used in all situations and I’ve think I’ve covered all the bases, enough to handle any scenario that they should… Continue Reading
The Stanley Cup Finals are set! The Pittsburgh Penguins will meet the Detroit Red Wings in a rematch of last year’s finals. Games 1 and 2 are on NBC on Saturday and Sunday, May 30 and 31, in Detroit. Games… Continue Reading
The Armory (that would be this blog) is now available on Kindle. W00t! Now for the low-low monthly price of $1.99 (with a 14-day free trial) you can have it automagically delivered wirelessly to your Kindle.