I fly out tomorrow morning for Vermtown (via Omaha). So, how about not reading this and just meeting for a beer at the Pub instead? Okay? Okay. See you there.
I must say that I found the Presidential debates insanely boring. I blame this on the fact that the debate focused mainly on the subjects of the war in Iraq and homeland security. I do not find these topics interesting. I loathe these topics. I understand that they’re important, and I [...]
This entry I must file under the “why do people stick to old ideas that no longer hold water” category. In November, along with electing a new United States President, Montana voters will vote for or against Initiative 147, also known as I-147. (This is not a vote for or against a new [...]
Why do people insist on oversimplifying life?
The article’s subtitle states, “How blue staters and red staters can learn to communicate and do business.” Um, wow. I just don’t see political affiliation as the proper categorization to decide how one should conduct business. One must always, when doing business, consider belief system, [...]
I’m weird, and I’m the first to admit it.
Today, upon getting back my car after having it in the shop for some routine maintenance, I noticed my radio had been shut off. Apparently, my mechanic doesn’t like bluegrass. However, I distinctly remember the mixed alt/rock CD my sister gave to me [...]
So, dear Internet, if you are going to be in the Vermtown area on D-Days weekend, I expect to see you sometime during said weekend.
Consider yourself warned!
I changed my wifi channel. And I have now found another “Untitled” network to contend with.
Seriously, where are these people? I’ve never had interference until the last couple weeks.