What happened to our civil liberties? I’ve been watching with fascination at the inexorable decline of our civil liberties under the Bush regime. My phone is more than likely being tapped by the NSA. I’m probably being watched by the Department of Homeland security for my frequent flights to Malaysia and blog post will probably get … Read More “I lost my Civil Liberties at Target” »
Month: August 2006
I hate Comcast. I hate comcast. I hate Comcast. Two days my connection has been down. Two days I’ve been frustrated, angry and upset with Comcast internet service. My Linksys cable model refused to synchronize for more than just a few minutes. I did every trick in my technical book to get the thing stable … Read More “Comcrap!” »
One of the great satirical comedies on television today is the family guy. It is more than just sophomoric humor. True funs appreciate the constant jabs at Americana. Here is a video I stumbled across on Google. Stew is the man.
According to Google I am the definitive resource for information regarding womesn’s role in caveman society. According to MSN I am the definitive resource for information regarding Regina, Canada and boys (creepy). Well according to me Google and MSN are freaking wrong! But that is really not the point of this post. Google is a … Read More “According to Google” »
I work in the information technology division of a very large organization. My job is to help react to business objectives by providing guidance and direction for technology that enables the business. And therein lies a crucial problem. I work for information technology not for the business. It is not that IT is such a … Read More “Technology Civil War” »
My name is Richard Daniel Chennault. I am the great grandson of Cliare Lee Chennault. I, as is the line of Chennault’s I descend from, are not clearly recorded in the anals of history as a descendant of the General. However I come by the name honest and true yet the story is not as clear … Read More “The Lost Chennault’s” »
Taking a cue from Tom’s blog I decided to give Windows Live Writer a whirl. I agree it has all the nice eye candy one would expect from a WYSIWYG application but it falls short in one crucial area that I find indespensible. That is what I’ve come to rely on heavily with Microsoft Word … Read More “Windows Live Writer” »
They say that a picture is worth a thousand words. As an aspiring writer I may take some umbrage to the colloquialism. But when I see a random photo like this I struggle to imagine how even a thousand words could convey the emotion that is bundled up in this single snapshot of time.
It is hard to belive that my second little monster is now one year old. The year passes by so quickly and before you know it they are all grown up. Ethan is now walking, babbling and demonstrating independence that leaves me feeling joy, sadness and other compex emotions. He means so much to Regina … Read More “Happy Birthday Ethan!” »
Sue stirred from her sleep. It was early morning and the sun had yet lifted the velvet blanket of night. The moon was new and Sue’s bedroom was draped in inky blackness. She looked across Dan’s chest to read the clock by his bedside. The soft glow of the alarm clock display was gone. Instead more darkness … Read More “Something’s wrong in Idaho Springs” »