You know that cliché old adage about someone bringing the weather from where their from when they come for a visit? Well, the Queen of England, along with her husband Prince Philip, are in Richmond today to celebrate the 400th Anniversary of the founding of Jamestown, VA. Yesterday in Richmond was about 90° F and… Continue reading London Fog
Resonance (by Randall Munroe aka xkcd). I love xkcd and this one is great. I calculate floor vibration frequencies all the time! (This comic reproduced under a Creative Commons A‑NC 2.5 License)
So Angela and I have been reading some different books on pregnancy. Okay, she’s been doing most of the reading so far as she has about five different books. I bought one, titled Pregnancy Sucks for Men: What to Do When Your Miracle Makes You BOTH Miserable, which is a fairly entertaining read as well… Continue reading What Facial Expressions to Use When You’re Expecting
In case you were wondering, I’m the 265th Jason on Google, as of today. Also, in case you were further wondering, I am prone to short fits of vanity in between periods of actually having a life.
A Swedish man’s appendix burst while waiting at the front of the line to get a Wii so the store manager held his place for him during a 48 hour stay at the hospital. The appendix patient still was the first person to receive a console from that store. And I thought the people working… Continue reading My Stomach Hurts Wii-ly Bad
Well, we made it back to Richmond late last night and were safely back at our jobs today. What was supposed to be a relaxing trip to Tennessee to help sort through some of Angela’s old things turned out to be a full on moving experience! We got most all of her parents’ things from… Continue reading On A Break From Vacationing
After seeing this photo, I’m going to plead with Heather and Jon Armstrong to trade Chuck for Maggie and Harry.
Here’s a fun second for you: Happy 01:02:03 4/05/06!(via BoingBoing)
The Guardian has a piece on spam poetry, or spoetry. I wrote about some of the better spoetry that I had recieved which was in the form of blog comment spam. The poetry there reminded me of Japanese Haiku, although it was longer so you couldn’t say it one breath. I still say it’s better… Continue reading Spoetry
The Five Most Dangerous Children’s Books Ever Written, According to Sean Hannity. On The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain: It should also be noted that Twain, who invented cancer and hates puppies, is not even using his real name. Samuel Clemens, wherever you’re hiding, if you have any integrity, you will appear on… Continue reading McSweeney’s List of Dangerous Children’s Books Per Sean Hannity