From::Walnut Creek, California, United States
I'm not your average 28 year old. I like to engage in highly dorky pursuits, and to date highly attractive women. (Well, just one at a time) I'd like to say I get by on my wit and charm... but we all know that just isn't true.
I happily find myself in the Bay Area, where I enjoy the temperate weather, sweaters in June, and rolling landscapes. I do miss the raging thunderstorms of Central Texas, but as they drive my dog insane, its probably for the best.
I hope you enjoy the inner workings of my dorkiness, feel free to comment as necessary. (Unless its about grammar, puncuation or spelling, then I don't wanna hear it!)
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...And Then Spring Just Jumps Out At Ya!
...And Sometimes Fate Just Punches You in Eye.
Tales of the Coccyx...
To Blog or Not to Blog
The story is two-fold, the legend is forever!
The "oldest profession"
I can not even explain to you...
Blogging for fun and whistleblowing...
Love is... (Pt 4 The final chapter)
Love is... (Pt. 3)
...don't ask me why.
Miracle of a Rare Device
Frozen Caveman Designer
Jay is Games!
Ask Me A Question!
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Friday, March 11, 2005
So I've noticed that 98% of my blogs begin with "so". Its like I'm in the middle of a conversation with all of you, and am beginning an especially witty anecdote. Or perhaps the punchline of an extremely bad pun.
Not that I'm going to change a good thing now, just something I noticed and thought I would bring to your attention.
I'm in the middle of a very good book right now, Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norrell , that I highly recommend to all of you nerdy (but not dorky) people out there. So you may not here much from me for the next week or so.
I'm also going on a wee bit of a vacation next week, so you'll just have to settle on re-runs to get your Tim O'Grams fix. But think of all the magical tales when I get back.
Thanks for you Patience, -The Management
"So, I says to the guy, I says 'That's not John Cleese'" -the best punchline to any joke ever told, only problem is that's all of the joke that currently exists.
"Many books are to be read, some are to be studied, and a few are meant to be lived in for weeks." Washington Post's comment on the book cover of my current "residence"
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