Monthly Archives: February 2012

Uh Oh, I might be a foodie

I’m not proud of this. While cleaning up old pictures on my phone, I found an unusually high concentration of food photos. First step is acknowledging the problem.

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Bumped Into Someone

Out for a run this evening, and bumped into someone (or maybe it should be something?). As I approached four deer wandered into the woods. Three wandered deeper into the woods, while this one curiously watched as the human 1) Caught his breath and stopped, 2) Fumbled the cell phone which was pulling double duty [...]

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A few more pictures of the sky

I love the pinks, blues, and purples in a couple of these sky shots.

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TV Is Broken

This had to be shared. Patrick Rhone over at Minimal Mac tells a story of his young daughter and her interaction with the current state of TV. Here’s an excerpt: “I turn to that, Beatrix approves, and we watch. Then, a few minutes later, a commercial comes on. The volume difference is jarring to say [...]

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Mo(u)rning Bath

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Gray day. Everything is gray. I watch. But nothing moves today.

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Couples skate only…

…find your partner, this going to be a slow couples skate only:

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One man’s junk is another’s…

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Super Bowl and Your DVR

Let me understand this correctly, people spend all year becoming professionsal DVR jockeys….getting their timing right so they can fast forward through all the commercials in their favorite shows to nail the timing so that they don’t miss a second of an episode. Right? I’ve witnessed it. Then, annually, everyone tunes into a football game [...]

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  • Almost Random Quote

    Fear lets you know you’re not prepared. If you view fear in that mode, it becomes a signal to prepare the best you can.