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Monthly Archives: October 2007
If you don't want to wear underwear while riding your bike, that's your prerogative. But please, for the love of everything good in this world, don't wear ripped jeans that advertise it to everyone in sight.
I have a really bad habit of leaving my car's headlights on. This ordinarily wouldn't be a problem since most cars have a "you left your lights on, retard" feature. This feature, however, is moot when the little door sensor … Continue reading
I decided to try my hand at making a roast chicken tonight. Yes, it's true: I had never really roasted a whole chicken before. I usually took the lazy route to buy one of those grocery store birds in the … Continue reading
Jason The over at The Sidetrack found a stray puppy in need of a home. If you know anyone who'd be interested in adopting what appears to be a 2-month-old collie/German shorthair mix, please go over there and let him … Continue reading
As you all know, I've been doing some work to try and find a way to shut down spam here in Utah. After some feedback on the original proposal and some requests from Sen. Niederhauser, I've come up with the … Continue reading
The number crunching done in the last Voucher Math post really helped me see how big of a difference the switch rate can be even with just minor changes. What I was hoping to establish is the need to replace … Continue reading
One of the biggest controversies surrounding the whole voucher program is cost. Depending on who you talk to, the program with either save a ton or cost a ton with little room left in the middle. One of the big … Continue reading
We had some adventures in dog-sitting over the weekend. Our friends Bobbie and Jeremy went to Disneyland with the fam and were left without a dogsitter, so we volunteered to watch their Jack Russell Terrier (Daisy) and bichon (Max). Max … Continue reading
Skirts that don't extend past mid-thigh are not appropriate work attire. This is doubly so on windy days. Triply so for thin materials.