Thursday, June 30, 2005

Great! another group that won't take me as a member!

Wednesday, June 29, 2005

New York unveils redesigned Freedom Tower

Tuesday, June 28, 2005

iTunes 4.9 Released

iTunes 4.9 was released today, and it supports podcast subscriptions. So far, I like the interface and features.

Party People Say Heil!!

Monday, June 27, 2005

This is why i won't go to Australia

Sunday, June 26, 2005

Calvin & Hobbes

Saturday, June 25, 2005

A little history lesson

Interesting, with a nice layout.

I actually learned something out of this.

Friday, June 24, 2005

Ron & Fez, back on the air in NY, sorta

Click on listen live.

Ah, it's so great to hear the boys again!

Wednesday, June 22, 2005

opening the door

Tuesday, June 21, 2005


Sunday, June 19, 2005

Fun with Saddam

Friday, June 17, 2005

Spiderman in Minnesota

Thursday, June 16, 2005

Thank you jelloshotsrule!

A very wise poster on talked me through the recovery process for my email signatures. And just as the small shit bug me, the small shit perk me up like a giddy, grinning idiot.

I must say though, i'm a little disapointed at how hard it was to upgrade to Tiger. Not the user friendly easy mac i'm used to.

Wednesday, June 15, 2005


So I updated my Mac OS from 10.2 to 10.4, aka "Tiger". I like the changes, everythings crisper, faster and I like the new features.

The problem? Well, in the transfer I lost all of my email signatures. yes, all of them. I had over 300. I know that's a minor incovenience, and ultimately means nothing; but DAMN IT! It's the little things that truely bug the shit out of me.

Saturday, June 11, 2005

Sword Vs Gun

Thursday, June 09, 2005

Run to the Krustycrab?

Tuesday, June 07, 2005


Monday, June 06, 2005

Buy Apple

Sunday, June 05, 2005

Sad Jokes

Did you hear about the blonde who jumped out off a bridge?

She was clinically depressed and took her own life because of her terribly low self-esteem.

Saturday, June 04, 2005

Lt. Pantano resigns from USMC

Exonerated officer quits Marine Corps
By Rowan Scarborough
Published June 4, 2005

Second Lt. Ilario Pantano announced his resignation from the Marine Corps yesterday, a week after he was cleared of charges of murdering two Iraqi insurgents in the "triangle of death" south of Baghdad.
The Marine Corps had planned to send the married, 33-year-old officer back to Iraq to rejoin the 2nd Marine Division in the volatile Anbar Province.
But his attorney, Charles Gittins, said that after a grueling past year that included a criminal investigation, charges of murder and then being cleared by an investigative officer, Lt. Pantano wants to begin a new chapter in his life.

Lt. Pantano made the announcement at an American Legion fish fry in Wilmington, N.C. He paid special tribute to Rep. Walter B. Jones, North Carolina Republican, who championed the officer's defense in Washington.

The officer sent an e-mail to The Washington Times with his prepared remarks and said he planned to present the congressman his Marine Corps sword. "Day and night you appealed to any that would listen," Lt. Pantano said of Mr. Jones. "You were tireless in your defense of me, and for that I will be eternally grateful. ... First I present to you my innocence, known to you and many, many others from the outset, but proven finally by our justice system after a yearlong investigation and prosecution. Congressman Jones, you weren't just brave to defend me. You were right."

Lt. Pantano is giving up a commission that had become one of the many symbols of patriotic duty in America. The Corps does not usually accept 31-year-old officer candidates, but the Manhattan native was determined to rejoin the Corps after al Qaeda's September 11 attacks.

He talked his way back in, excelled at infantry training and won command of a 35-man platoon that went to Iraq last year. Lt. Pantano had served as a Marine enlisted man in the 1991 Gulf war.
The Corps had charged Lt. Pantano with two counts of murder that could have brought the death penalty if convicted at a court-martial. He told investigators he shot the two Iraqi men in self-defense after a raid on an insurgent hide-out.
Marine Corps prosecutors based much of their case on the testimony of Sgt. Daniel L. Coburn, whom Lt. Pantano had replaced as a squad leader for incompetence weeks before the shooting.
The sergeant said Lt. Pantano shot the two Iraqis in the back, but Sgt. Coburn acknowledged under cross-examination by Mr. Gittins that he did not see the shots fired. A hearing officer's report called the sergeant an unreliable witness.

Lt. Pantano's superiors testified he was a dedicated Marine who went to the trouble of teaching his men local Iraqi culture before they arrived in the country. Autopsies of the two Iraqis, conducted a year after the April 2004 shootings, supported Lt. Pantano's version of events, the Marine Corps said. Maj. Gen. Richard Huck, 2nd Marine Division commander, accepted the hearing officer's recommendation and dropped all charges.

Fire Bad: Part II

Friday, June 03, 2005

'LOST' Disturbance

What would you say that is?

Thursday, June 02, 2005

The International Hockey Association?


Wednesday, June 01, 2005

Well, I suck at this!