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Cat’s blog, science, and spidey

Cat started a blog about the dinners she cooks for us. She hasn’t publicized it at all, but I am not going to wait for that to mention it here. I added it to my link list below, but its also here: http://weekenddinner.blogspot.com/ I just watched a special on the Tunguska event and then looked […]

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Las Vegas Bound!

Cat and I are going to Vegas. Right now. In fact if you are reading this the day I posted it we are already en route. Neither of us has worked in a while so our savings are pretty slim. Luckily flying to Vegas is pretty cheap, and the hotels are even cheaper. They must […]

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My forehead is itchy

I got a bug bite on the middle of my forehead. Is that even possible? Is there even blood to suck there? Jon Lester, a young left handed pitcher for the Boston Red Sox, pitched a no-hitter last night. What makes this even more amazing is that he was almost traded in the offseason, but […]

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Where is Garfield?

I haven’t posted in a while. Going to try to post a few times this week. So lets start the week with a list. How many blog posts being with laments about a lack of posting? And how many of those have no actual content other then an apology for not posting? I recently cut […]

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I never get sick

I used to never get sick. That is an exaggeration. But I rarely got sick. I don’t think I ever got anything more then a runny nose in high-school and in college I got sick twice over the 4 years. Both times was pretty bad. I had a really tough chest-aching cough and lost my […]

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Holidays, Nintendo, and Justice (a list)

I am generally not that into holidays, but this weekend Cat and I sat down and started making our plans for Thanksgiving, Thanksmas, Christmas at my Dad’s house, and Christmas at her family’s home. Cat also got me Legend of Zelda: The Phantom Hourglass. I will talk to people again in a few weeks when […]

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“but brother, you’d better be dreaming!”

So I’ve started actively looking for work again. Well, not that actively. I am checking a handful of sites and reading job listings but not applying to anything or posting my resume anywhere. I am also telling people that I am looking for work. I am being slow about it because I am not sure […]

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I like to watch TV

For those of you who are tired of hearing me talk about the Maverick TV series you can rejoice. American Life TV has made Thursday their Sci-Fi night, instead of Classic Western. That means instead of Maverick and Cheyenne we get Lost in Space, Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea, and Time Tunnel. I […]

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Kevtown needs a seaport

Confess Fletch (the second book written in the Fletch series) might be even more fun then the first book. The mystery doesn’t resolve quite as well so that is why I say might. But the series introduces Inspector Flynn a great character who rivals Fletch for your attention and steals a lot of the book. […]

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“Which wall’s the door in?”

I recently watched Brick, a great film by Rian Johnson. Its a modern noir detective story set in a high school. Don’t imagine that as an overcoat wearing kid calling a cheerleader a leggy dame. Its modern in the sense that he has re-imagined a Chandler or Hammett novel as if it was written today. […]

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  • Random Quote

    “I just think you hate this museum too much to be a tour guide.”