If you have to go into public at any point and announce to the world “I’m not gay“, absolutely nobody believes you. And if you have already gotten caught and plead guilty for trolling for gay sex, you are just making a spectacle of yourself.
Archive for August, 2007
I’m not going to get into the endless debate of how atrocious (or not) Michael Vick’s crimes were. There is too much of that going on now and all for nothing.
I would like to state, for the record, that if you sign contracts worth hundreds of millions of dollars that have these little things called [...]
We are slowly but surely getting moved. This is just a quick note about infrastructure changes for those that are affected by such things.
We’ve cut off the voicemail to our home number and will be phasing it out completely soon. If you want to call us, try the cell phones, mine should even have [...]
Monday night at work I got some money out of the ATM and wanted some change. I had eaten the “lunch” (in quotations cause it was 11 p.m.) that I had brought but I thought that maybe I could get some dessert in the cafeteria and get some change. Two birds thing, ya [...]
It’s amazing how fast my life zips by sometimes. Lots going on, haven’t told you about any of them.
Emily started school Monday. She loves it. She already has the sniffles , presumably from one of the little germ factories she calls “classmates”. I dropped her off at school yesterday with Marilyn so that I could [...]
I heard Chris Rock give one of the best replies to the whole “should Barry Bonds’ home run record have an asterisk” question. He said, sure, if you put one next to Babe Ruth’s name. He had 714 affirmative action home runs, he never played against black guys.
I think that is brilliant and a perfect [...]
Today was Emily’s 3rd birthday party. No, I don’t mean she is 3 now, she is five (!) now. I mean that today was the third celebration we have had for this event.
Last weekend we went to my brother’s birthday bash in Conway and she was included in the festivities. It was a blast and [...]