Monthly Archives: February 2006

My Hung Jury

By | February 26, 2006

Carson, Stacy and Clinton all tout the company line when it comes to this topic. These are televisions fashion gurus and while they may disagree on what would be better to wear on a night out, they all say to use wooden hangers for your clothing. The idea of why wooden hangers are the preferred… Read More »

My Team Change

By | February 11, 2006

It was only one night, but it feels much worse. This is equivalent to cheating on your significant other. It meant nothing to me but after fourteen years of being loyal I cannot help but feel a little dirty. What is all this about? Last night I saw the Edmonton / Minnesota game and cheered… Read More »

My Readings

By | February 6, 2006

Over the weekend I finished reading Survivor by Chuck Palahniuk. What more can be said about his writings that I haven’t already said? His books give you a curve ball. You have no idea where the plot is heading and then at the end it all suddenly makes sense. Palahniuk will give you the ending… Read More »

My Personal 900

By | February 5, 2006

Tony Hawk did one back in 1999. And now in 2006 I have joined his ranks. When Aaron and I went to Banff last month I wanted to go there and back on a single tank of diesel. Sadly it was not in the cards and had to put some extra fuel in close to… Read More »

My Musical History – Redux

By | February 4, 2006

After listening to half of U2″s discography, I had to complete the trend by listening to the 1991-2004 time line. It was in the 90″s that I turned into a U2 fan. I became interested in their music late in the decade, and my passion slowly grew until 2001 when it exploded after seeing them… Read More »

My Musical History

By | February 3, 2006

Yesterday I listened to the first decade of U2″s career. From Boy to Rattle and Hum, I covered it all. There was eight in all, from their studio records to the live EP’s of Wide Awake in America and Live Under a Blood Red Sky. Early U2 is really their best, most consistent material. I… Read More »

My Quiet Judgement

By | February 2, 2006

I try not to get involved with American politics. I educate myself from multiple world sources regarding the latest to come out of the White House, their current position in foreign assistance or whatever else gains my interest. I am not a student of American history so I leave it there. I read, learn, form… Read More »

My Untitled Update

By | February 2, 2006

In the last week I have been able to watch four movies that have been on my to watch list for quite some time. Those movies were Jarhead, Syriana, Lord of War and Constant Gardener. Of those four I would say that Constant Gardener hit me the most. I was really psyched to watch Jarhead,… Read More »