Archive for January, 2009

Killzone 2

Friday, January 30th, 2009

For my PS3 peeps: Killzone 2 at Amazon for $52 – no tax, free shipping.  Use code KZ2SAVE5 to save $5 to get that price.  As a bonus, you get some exclusive outfits for Home (whoopee)

Are You Kidding Me?!

Thursday, January 29th, 2009

Are you serious with this garbage?!  You put Pacino and De Niro in the same movie… the same police drama movie… and this is what you end up with?  Are you kidding?!  I don’t turn movies off, but I almost did on this one.  They weren’t even trying – they stuck two big names on the marquee and figured people would buy it.  If a movie is bad, for me it’s normally the story.  Here it was the acting.  I’m not sure if you blame the director in this case or not… I just don’t know… I just know it was a waste of time.  Pacino was probably even worse in 88 Minutes, but that story was just stupid too.  C’mon guys, if you aren’t even going to try, just hang it up.

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As a funny ha-ha:  I was writing this while waiting to talk to someone at Barracuda support(I’m not so impressed with their web site firewall so far) and I was trying to Google “imdb righteous kill” to put the link up there.  The finally came back to the chat window and it took focus.  I didn’t notice because it was on my other monitor.  So I sent them “b righteous kill”  😀  I’m sure Nadia has a good story to tell her coworkers now.  Or I’m getting the cops called on me.  Or maybe I’ll get really, really good fear-inspired technical support.  Awesome.

CAD Silly

Wednesday, January 14th, 2009

CAD Silly 1-11-09

It’s like they KNOW me!

Thursday, January 8th, 2009

Get Fuzzy

Perfect day for it too… I think they made it just for me.  A present, if you will.

Because I really need more crap in my kitchen

Thursday, January 8th, 2009

I need a new coffee maker and I need a new coffee roaster.  This I really don’t need, but it sounds really really good right now

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I’m not the only one…

Wednesday, January 7th, 2009

My previous post about “my” stimulus package looks like it was on the right track

ITIF finds that investments in America’s digital infrastructure will spur significant job creation in the short run. Specifically, ITIF estimates that spurring an additional investment of $30 billion in America’s IT network infrastructure in 2009 will create approximately 949,000 U.S. jobs.