Archive for September, 2009

Deep fried pickles … fancy that.

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I really don’t have much to say about fried pickles, other than the fact that I like them; quite a lot, actually.

Mmm, mmm, good!

Hard to believe it was 8 years ago today that our country found itself literally under attack by a group of quasi-religious camel humpers. It’s even more disturbing to see how the same media that initially fed into the sense of indignation and patriotism turned tale and spent the next decade demonizing G.W.

No surprise when you consider that the mainstream media is mostly comprised of a bunch of retarded puppets hellbent on sending this country into the bowels of Marxism.

But I ranted about that enough yesterday, didn’t I?

Oh well … back to my own boring life.

Let’s see … “Dash 2” got his Dervish in yesterday. I was surprised at how little he had to say about it. Quite frankly, I assumed he’d be lighting up my phone like a 4th of July fireworks show! Perhaps I take more pride than I should about turning him on to the wonderful world of longboarding.

If you know where my family blog is, you can head over there to read up more about that, and see a few photos. If not, bugger off … you’re not entitled to know EVERYTHING about my life.

Nosey, nosey …

I know, right?

Well, I need to get back to installing RAD Studio 2010. Holy crap, can you believe all these “2010” versions coming out already?

It’s gonna be the 2012 versions that’ll look the creapiest to some people, though … myself probably included.

Peace off,

Hmmm …

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Wow, that was odd … my Joomla and WordPress installations somehow got trashed. Granted, it’s not like I’ve actually been USING them all that much, but hey, it still stinks to have such things simply go away.

So, here I am … and hardly a soul will see me any time soon because Google has me black-listed as a “reported attack site” or some strange nonsense.  Two months of constant attempts to get an explanation and NADA … not a damn thing!

So, I suppose it’s time for a new installation and a new start. Let’s hope it goes well this time around. My eldest son is off to college now and the other two are growing up WAY too quickly. Perhaps it’s time to start capturing some of those fleeting moments and memories here before it’s too late.

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