This past week marked the return to classes at the College. Because of my new job, I’m taking an abbreviated, part-time course load — and honestly, I like the way the classes break up my workday. Because my job no longer involves me going out of the office except for lunch, it’s nice to be […]
Tropical Depression Four has been officially christened by the National Hurricane Center as Tropical Storm Dean with 40 MPH winds. The model runs on its future path are somewhat interesting — this is one to watch, folks. It’ll strengthen slowly but there is a lot of uncertainty over whether it will track more southerly or […]
The Van Halen w/ David Lee Roth (and minus Michael Anthony) dates are out. They’re kicking off the show — AGAIN — in North Carolina (the 2004 tour w/ Sammy Hagar started in Greensboro) with a Charlotte show on Thursday, September 27 and then a Greensboro show on Saturday, September 29. Tickets go on sale […]
Introducing Tropical Depression Four, hot off the presses from NOAA. It’ll be good to keep an eye on this one…it’s far out and thus quite unpredictable in terms of intensity and direction, but I get the feeling it will be quite a storm.
90 — the number of times I listened to Nickelback in the last week, mainly from The State and Silver Side Up. (Further proof that I am losing it.) Needless to say, this Onion article has the perfect sense of timing…
Rumors of my rapid descent from Earth’s surface have been greatly exaggerated. I’m alive, well, etc. Just — and stop me if you’ve heard it — insanely busy for the last month or two. I did a little pass on my site this morning and have noticed cobwebs beginning to grow in the biographical pages, […]
Barry Bonds just tied Hank Aaron against Clay Hensley of — naturally — the San Diego Padres. I just don’t know how I feel about it. It’s a historic shot, but the cloud of suspicion…ugh. It just makes it tough for this baseball fan to watch, ESPECIALLY against the Padres.