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Month: July 2004

a few changes

a few changes

Nobody is posting any comments and that makes me a very sad panda. I asked Mr. Machine why that is and he said that “comments” was too confusing for some people, so I changed the link to make it more obvious. I also removed the “trackbacks” and “pingbacks” links. The comments form was also changed so that you DO NOT have to register or provide any information about yourself to leave a comment. You can provide the information in the…

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U. resume

U. resume

ok, Mr. Machine has informed me that it is a watermark of sorts in Word that was causing the problem. I had to go into the file properties and change the author. Problem solved.

Amy, Will, B, Brian, Mr. Machine, and so on

Amy, Will, B, Brian, Mr. Machine, and so on

Amy was here from Thursday to Monday this past weekend. I taught her how to play racquetball and she taught me how to play tennis. She took me to a store called Wild Oats that is pretty interesting. We also went to see I-Robot on Saturday night. Here is my review of that: I haven’t seen every Alex Proyas film, but this has to be the worst one I’ve seen. Having said that, I should state that is still better…

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B and Meg

B and Meg

Well, I can officially announce what has been in the works for some time now. On Wednesday night, at the last showing of the fountains display in front of the Bellagio, with the star spangled banner playing, Byron asked Meg to marry him. So congratulations B and Meg. I also found out the official date of my cousin John’s wedding. October 30th. Because of the timing, I probably won’t be able to attend the actual wedding. However, they will have…

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beksinski reunion machine

beksinski reunion machine

I went directly to Marietta after work Friday. Saturday it was back to Columbus for a trip to the store to stock up on Amy-friendly groceries. Then today I spent the day at the family reunion. I answered many questions about my move, showed my car to my cousin Anne (she is deciding on a new car), picked up some tennis racquets from my cousin Kelly (and husband Charlie), and found out that my cousins Anne and Andrea got to…

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Zdzislaw Beksinski

Zdzislaw Beksinski

ok, so I’m cruising darkworlds.com for some more xenomorph memorabilia that I can’t afford yet and I come across this interesting painting. I google the guy…and discover one of the most awesome artists that ever lived. His site is impressive as well. http://www.beksinski.pl/ Now, those of you that have seen my sketch books will see a strong resemblance to this guy’s drawings. I’m glad I found this guy, but it also makes me very very angry. I went to art…

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more Amy, more everything

more Amy, more everything

This past week I spent my free time on a freelance project. I created a simple site for an aerial artist (think Osseus Labyrint fellow Tool fans) named Neal Everett. The link can now be found in the portfolio section, so go check it out. As I spoke about last week, Amy will return two more times. The first will be from the 15th to the 19th (this month). Then the weekend after that I’ll hang out with Byron. Amy…

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