So a brief account of things I learned over the past week, since,for various reasons, I haven’t made my daily-entry goal:
At the Barret-Jackson auto show, where I worked on the Ford booth: Shiny, metal surfaces such as diamond plate make it very hard to focus PAR lights. Lighting up cars is not rocket science. You can get a lot more finness manuevering a scissorlift with two hands on the joystick.
The Cardinals should have given the game ball to Carolina Panther’s QB Jake Delhomme for throwing into double coverage four times, which led to 4 of the Cards 5 interceptions. (The pass for the fifth was blocked at the line of scrimmage).
Once again, nobody picks the Cardinals to win this Sunday either.
Once I open a beer and turn on the TV – I am done for the night. I can do one or the other and still have a chance ofgetting something done before I go to bed. But both is a clear sign that productive activity has ceased for the day. (Clearly, that includes updating the blog).
Meet-up.com was not kidding when it warned meet-up organizers that there would be an early January spike in new members. The Central Phoenix weekly group went from 6 in a mid December meeting to over 15 on the first meeting in January.
The Central Phoenix weekly meet-up’s traditional format melts down completely with 15 attendees.
A great site for nerds who want to compare starship sizes from various fictional universes. They haven’t updated to incluce the new BSG ships, but the dimensions haven’t really changed from the orginal series (IMHO).
Was the season 4.1 premier worth watching? Yes.
Was it worth waiting over a year for? Not really.
Will I keep watching anyway? Of course.
It costs about $400/hour to rent a helicopter in Belize.
Snarge, n, the residue of birds that have collided with airplanes.
Now you know.