Monday, August 22, 2011

Blogging is for sissies and ninnies.

I've started to learn HTML from the comfort of my quaint abode. I did this once, long ago, in another era. Something on the verge of ten years ago. I did this for absolutely no reason at all, which is why my learning came to a grinding halt shortly after I learned how to make a link or insert an image:

Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Things Which Make Me

By order of quantity taken weekly:

Plain unflavored old fashioned Oatmeal
Red Kidney Beans
Lima Beans
Navy Beans
Pinto Beans
Yellow Bell Peppers
Plain Sugar Free Peanut Butter
Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Cayenne Pepper
Plain Green Tea


Monday, January 18, 2010

Just wanted to share this one thing.

A comic I liked intensely.


Monday, December 7, 2009

Captains log...

It's my day off. My one day off. So far this morning I've slept in to 9:30, ccleaned the apt a little to the tune of 88.9 jazz and made room for thew tree by the front windows. yet to do today: take my car down to the tire place by jamies work and have them take what looks like a 1/2 inch bolt out of my front tire and fix it. I hope this doesn't cost me an arm and a leg, cause those are thing i don't have available right now.

Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Blogging from my phone: phlogging?

What do ya think?

Blogging from my phone: phlogging?

What do ya think?

Monday, November 10, 2008

Lately I've been brushing up on some of my lost math abilities. I found an old college algebra book and noticed all of those complex pages in back, so full of strange shapes and variables they look like a physical burden to the eye, which I've never gotten to. So, in the pursuit of knowledge, I've taken it upon myself to devote some time (almost) everyday bearing towards the inside of that back cover. Learning new skills is something unlike anything else. Different every time. Refreshing. Somewhat akin to riding a roller coaster for the first time, falling off of a bike, or better yet like burning your hand on a stove top for the first time. The difference between these learning experiences and making yourself learn something long winded like math, reading, writing, typing, sciences or otherwise, is how much there is to learn and how quickly it happens. We all understand why a person learns not to touch a hot stove very quickly after doing so. So I'm thinking, wouldn't it be nice to trick your brain into learning the latter mentioned as if they were fire on a stove top? Could we learn that life is painful without them in order to more easily accept new ideas like these and commit them to memory? I think probably that it is possible, but not without conjuring some bad dreams and psychiatry bills later on in life. All the same though, that would be stellar.