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September 2004


I’ll post something of substance later. But first, go here. TB is off the chain!

I’m Going to Hell

I wonder if they’ll have hotwings. . . The Dante’s Inferno Test has banished you to the Ninth Level of Hell – Cocytus!Here is how you matched up against all the levels: Level Score Purgatory (Repenting Believers) Low Level 1 – Limbo (Virtuous Non-Believers) Very Low Level 2 (Lustful) Very High Level 3 (Gluttonous) Very […]


Ok, here it goes. If you had to. . .. I mean absolutely had to get kicked in the nuts by any person living or dead (like if the fate of the free world depended on it), who would you get kicked in the nuts by and why. (chicks, for this question, I don’t even […]

Man in Wheelchair Robs Bank

You might wanna rethink those ramps. Oh, this is priceless: When police asked him if he felt foolish for attempting to rob a bank, Miller said, “Well, I may be a fool, but I’m not a damn fool.”

My People

Do you all even read these posts? Or am I just spinning my wheels while getting a million comments about everything under the sun except for what I’m writing about? It doesn’t matter to me, I’m just asking. I was talking to this guy at work who happens to be an ESFP on the Myers-Briggs […]

Checking in for Rachael’s Sake

Check one.

The State of The Fight Game

I’m a fight fan and probably always will be. But I’ll be the first to tell you that boxing isn’t anything like it used to be. These days when the so-called great fighters fight maybe once a year once they’ve made it can never be compared to the bygone era of Sugar Ray Robinson’s record […]

Heh heh!

Here is a picture of my ex-wife. It was a bad day!

Various Stuff

People who suck Ok, I guess it’s becoming an epidemic. They shouldn’t have called it Hurricane Ivan. They should have called it Uncle Jesse. Congratulations to Rachael on getting accepted to auto mechanics school or whatever it is. Now I keep thinking of Billy Joel’s “Uptown Girl” video. Ah the ’80s. Thank God it only […]

Dostoevsky Nails It

I’ve been re-reading Fyodor Dostoevsky’s “Demons” (alternately titled “The Possessed.”) It’s more than 700 pages and the story is really convoluted (kind of a cross between a novel and a political commentary). Yesterday I hit upon a few paragraphs where Dostoevsky’s character basically nails the gravamen of my objection to socialism: “Listen, Stavrogin: to level […]