During the press conference this evening: Random Questioner: Why did you wait days to come out and express that outrage? It seems like the action is coming out of New York and the Attorney General’s office. It took you days to come public with Secretary Geitner and say “Look, we’re outraged.” Why did it take [...]
Funniest email exchange all week: > > Good thinking. We just need the money to buy their flower. > > We will get their flower. > > > Just don’t be an indian giver. Girls usually don’t like to be > deflowered. > whats an "indian giver"? and why would you deflower a girl? what [...]
At our team meeting at work last week, the team lead indicated that we have be spending money quickly: Drunken sailor comes to mind. So this coming week, we will only be doing the “important tasks”. So why have we been doing all of this stuff in the past that isn’t important?
For the most part, Merlin Mann hits it right on the head with his list of what makes a good blog. Put I think he left out one of the most important points: Good blogs allow for comments. All of us are smarter than any of us. I find that much of the value I [...]
My boss mentioned that “We could do it tomorrow, but I won’t be there.” I wonder which “we” he was talking about.
As a part of our new internet filter at work, all .edu sites are being blocked because “the university environment, by its open nature, is a haven for hackers and malicious code abuse.” Yep, that is some awesome logic.
When the rationale for one of your system requirements ends with “(Idea dreamed up at a workshop.)”, you know that it’s got to be a good one.
Occasionally I will start a post because I have an awesome title–and then never get around to finishing it. (Like the series I started on m upgrade to Mac OSX 10.4, Tiger. Would have been useful a while back, but not as much anymore as I just upgraded to Max OSX 10.5, Leopard, and never [...]
“There are people who strictly deprive themselves of each and every eatable, drinkable, and smokeable which has in any way acquired a shady reputation. They pay this price for health. And health is all they get for it. How strange it is. It is like paying out your whole fortune for a cow that has [...]
From the card for the bouquet of 48 petite roses I sent my wife on our fourth anniversary: It started with just one. Now there’s one for each month Forty-eight of them Four years on our way to forever