Monthly Archive: June 2005

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The BONES are forever.

It’s weird, how some choices seem so small when you make them, but end up affecting your life far more than expected. This would have been my age-out summer with the Crossmen. I didn’t do it for two reasons: I wanted to say good-bye, instead of essentially checking out in January, like in high school, and I wanted to get to Africa as soon as humanly possible.

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Numbah 3.

“We are a nation of minorities and in a nation of minorities, it is important that you don’t cherry pick rights. A right is a right and that is what this vote tonight is all about.” Yay for Canada. deeo.ru

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Today was my last day of work. Hellsyeah. One week to pack up my bags, pack away my room, and generally get ready.aracer

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Tourist in our own town.

I spent Sunday acting like a goof-ball tourist in DC with my best friend. We had a great time. Sometimes, it’s just fun to let loose, be loud, obnoxious, and shallow on the metro, and be idiots taking pictures at monuments. Highlights include: Gorgeous weather. And some amazing monuments. I’d never been to the FDR memorial before. It’s pretty incredible. The political message was pretty clear too, and it wasn’t...

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Post with no inherent value.

Sunshine on my face. Downtown Baltimore. And great company. I really love that town. And I’m really going to miss Gary. I wish I had some funny stories, but really, it was just us walking around and hanging out. (I know everybody’s shocked, but it’s true!!!) Pics can be found on flickr. I’m gonna learn how to take good pictures, dammit. Too bad flickr only lets us free account folks...

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Got my shortwave! Yeah! Whoooooo!! Thanks, Mom and Dad! :-dраскрутка сайта

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SP01led rotten.

I can’t believe it’s been four years since we all crossed. Unbelievable. I went out to dinner with three other SP01’s last night. Good food. Good alcohol. Good conversation. Around 9:30, we all realized that we’re none of us college students any more. We were fuckin’ tired. I guess that’s what real life does to you, but it’s kind of sad. I mean, we sat around and laughed, made fun...

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In which t kills some kittens.

Technical writing is what pays my rent. I like my job, and I like the people. I document software for a tier 1 webhosting company (we host the webhosts), so I end up doing a lot of documentation and QA while the applications are still being written and tweaked. It’s occasionally challenging, rarely boring, and always a learning experience. One of the by-products of “on the fly documentation” is the...

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Things I want to do in Philly

Tour the Mutter Museum of Medical Oddities . . . six foot colon ideed. Eat a cheesesteak at Pat’s or Geno’s. Go drinking hang out on South Street. Visit Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell. Good times. Good times.сайт

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In which t dispairs.

HOW AM I GOING TO GO TWENTY-SEVEN MONTHS WITHOUT COFFEE AND CIGARETTES?!?!?!?! Okay, Carpenter, calm down. You’ve just about kicked the nicotine habit. If you can go two more weeks (OMG TWO WEEKS!?!?) without a cigarette, you’ll be FINE. It’s expensive, and good Lord, can you imagine the cost of imported cancer sticks in Benin? Not to mention, the terrible example it sets! There are lots of good reasons to...