While I’m no longer the Answer to the Ultimate Question of Life, the Universe, and Everything, I can handle these famous 43s...
I’m really proud of my fellow audiophiles for getting last week’s Macro Monday challenge photo. Really proud, indeed.
Days like this are what make parenting and the holidays great. The Polar Express... for reals!!
‘Tis the season, y’all, for KEVIN’S 7!! Before I start, I should explain... wait, why should I bother to explain myself again when my disclaimer from last year says everything I need to say here.
Damn near perfection.
Pocket Snippets? What? Who? I've never heard of such a thing!
Pocket is an app I've been using for years to store articles I see online for reading later on when I have more time. The app also stores them for offline reading if you don't have a connection. It's a great app because it also has a button in the Share menu on my iPhone as well as a Chrome Extension for use anytime I visit a site and want to save it but that doesn't warrant a bookmark.
Occasionally I get a question along the lines of "Why are you -- a 42-year-old man -- constantly taking pictures of toys?" Well, first, I'm only 42 for six more days. Second, allow me to enlighten you.
When Warrant, the Hollywood glam metal band came crashing on the scene in 1989 with their debut album Dirty Rotten Filthy Stinkin’ Rich, I was immediately hooked. The red hot guitars of Erik Turner and Joey Allen were complemented nicely in the backend by bassist Jerry Dixon and drummer Steven Sweet.
As nobody correctly guessed last week’s challenge photo...
I’m tired. It’s late. I’m watching Parks & Rec on Netflix while Katie is sleeping. I’m recovering from a day of decorating for the holidays and reorganizing our attic. Somehow I managed to hit my step goal despite being at home all day.
Hey, if any of you are players of the iOS/Android app Star Wars Card Trader by Topps and you have the following card available for trade, please take a look at my deck and 1:1 me in-app.
Did you go Black Friday shopping today? Did you line up last night or very early this morning or did you wait until a more reasonable hour?
I really hope you all had a great Thanksgiving (if you’re in the U.S., of course) with whomever you elected to spend it.
How about some Holiday Snippets to herald in your Thanksgiving?
During my sophomore year of high school in 1990-91, I was very impressionable with regard to music. I had my favorites, don’t get me wrong, but it was a time of great discovery for me. Everywhere I looked, there was rock, metal, grunge, alternative, electronic, funk, synth-pop, rap, blues, Motown... I listened to it all.
A handful of people got last week’s Macro Monday challenge photo correct. It certainly got your gears spinning, though, didn’t it?
Trying to make heads or tails of all the options available with health insurance and then properly completing the forms be like...
Remember the good ol’ days when Netflix was the only streaming provider in town? If it wasn’t on Netflix, it wasn’t anywhere! Especially since Netflix killed all bricks-and-mortar video rental stores.
I’m so accustomed to the days of companies only caring about gaining new customers instead of trying to keep existing ones that when a really good deal comes from a company, I tend to think it’s for new customers only.
Just a little more than a week ago marked the eight-year anniversary since my brother and I graduated from the Fire Academy.
Someone tell me there’s some reason behind this. Some handout that everyone received and I just missed the official announcement.
I met a cheerleader, was a real young bleeder, all the times I could reminisce. But then my next-door neighbor with a daughter had a favor, so I gave her just a little kiss a-like this.”
— Aerosmith, “Walk this Way”
Lots of people got last week’s challenge photo. But the crown for getting it first goes to my Facebook friend Tish. Nicely done.
If tech companies like Amazon, Apple, PayPal, or Google we’re to offer full-service banking options, would you switch from your standard bank to use one of them?
Yay! Another video. I know it’s nothing much but it was fun to make and it allowed Nathan and I to have a little fun with a Demogorgon.
Obviously I hope you like The Last Jedi. But man now I REALLY hope you like The Last Jedi.— Rian Johnson (@rianjohnson) November 9, 2017
A coworker shared this with me today. Immediately after seeing it, I said, “That would be so awesome if it were real!” His response? “It IS real!!”
As I have nothing else to write about and am still in the midst of watching Stranger Things 2 (I’m on episode 6), how about some Hawkins Haikus, inspired by our favorite Indiana horror trope?
This was tweeted by our POTUS yesterday at 3:12 p.m.
Last week’s challenge photo was soooo macro. Well, as macro as my non-professional iPhone macro lens will let me get, anyway.
C’mon, YouTube and U-verse! You’re killin’ me! I know this video is just a hair over four minutes but it can’t really take that long.
It really sucks because I have three partial videos sitting in iMovie waiting to be completed. Just an editorial decision or two and then some finishing touches.
Have you seen Thor: Ragnarok yet? No? Why not? Because it only came out today? Well that’s no excuse! No excuse at all!! Even Katie and I ventured out on opening day for it! And if we can, so can you!
I was talking tea with a co-worker the other day and we discussed the different ways that tea can be brewed. It dawned on me, as we were talking, that I had the perfect analogy to convey these methods.
I like to think that, at birth, we are all the same mentally and emotionally. We come from our mothers as blank slates full of a desire to learn, to glean, to improve on our station in life insofar as a child is apt.