Five articles that I’ve read in the past week that I thought I’d share with everyone.
A few months ago, I decided that it was time to learn to play the guitar. Its something I’ve wanted to learn for a long time, but I’ve never taken the time to apply myself to it. To kick things off, I went over to Guitar Center and worked with a very helpful salesman, Steve, that really knew guitars.
A couple years ago, I bought a very inexpensive wine cooling refrigerator by Haier. Turns out, it is a fairly simple device made by Oster. It will hold 12 bottles of wine and gives you the option to set the inside temperature you’d like. For the first couple of months, it worked like a charm, then for whatever reason, it stopped working.
The 2009 season kicks off the Doug Marrone Era at Syracuse. I think everyone is really looking forward to this season and hoping for a good showing. There’s a lot of hope, and expectations, riding on Marrone already.
Government run health care is one of the largest, widespread spending initiatives up for discussion in a decade. We need to tell the people the represent us in Washington that we’re not interested.
The eclipse is part of series 136 in the Saros cycle, like the record setting Solar eclipse of July 11, 1991. The exceptional duration is a result of the moon being near perigee, with the diameter of the moon 8% larger than the sun (magnitude 1.080).
I graduated from C.W. Baker High School in June of 1989. Last night, I gathered with a considerable number of my classmates for the first, of many, celebrations to commemorate that occasion.
Warcraft is a lot like sex in that you can’t really get anything done unless you have at least five people.
Taking the web site offline – going old school. Typewriters, duplicators and paper folding. Oh yeah!
Picture of my amazing outdoor cactus that just keeps growing in spite of the winter weather.