Category Archives: The Early Posts

Armchair Philosopher

It’s easy to sit back on your laurels and watch the world go by.

But every once and awhile, something comes along that makes you stand up. Something that you want so badly, you can almost taste it.

These are the times that you have to take action. You have to look fate straight in the eye and say “I’m going out there and I’m not coming home until I’ve eaten a burrito.”

Spring Fever

Natty noticed birds for the first time. I can say with some degree of certainty that I run no risk of being attacked by pigeons. (Blenders, on the other hand, I’m screwed.)

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Go Cuse!!!!!

I’m sitting outside of Kiss Café and they’re playing an R&B song over the loudspeakers. The song has a nice slow beat and soft-spoken harmony. Throughout the song, the band members croon the following:

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Natty's Sister

Been awhile since I’ve posted anything, so I figured I should put something up.

Natty met her sister, Maggie. Who looks exactly like Natty if she got caught in an oil spill. Maggie’s smaller, and her fur isn’t quite as thick, but their faces look almost identical. Don’t you think? Continue reading

Ciao, Torino

The Olympics are coming to a close tonight. Which means no more curling until 2010. Apparently, the sport has become a lot more popular this year. In part, no doubt, because of the USA men’s team taking home the bronze medal last night. Continue reading

Dog Days of Winter

Today was a good day. And not just because Charles In Charge Season One is now available on DVD. Continue reading

…And Gosh Darnit, People Like Me.

Here it is. Proof that I have friends. My MySpace Page

If you’re on myspace, drop me a line and let’s be friendsters.

I Feel You, Green Day.

See that little box at the top of the page? With the Google stuff in there?

That’s right. I sold out.

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Breaking News: Dog Invades North Korea.

I tried to warn her about the nuclear warheads, but she didn’t seem to care.

North Korea Natty

Buns of Bread

After five or so months of grotesque laziness I finally put my ass back on the abs diet. (I also put the rest of my body on it). I’m actually re-reading the book right now in an attempt to get motivated to stick with it. The idea is to be in pretty good shape by the time kayaking season kicks off in May and (maybe) enter some races this year. The kayak for hemophilia event was a lot of fun last year and I’d like to do it again and (maybe) not come in second.

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