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Friday, September 13, 2002


Movie line of the week answer. - [8:17 AM]

Well, well, well... For the first time ever each and every answer(6) I received was correct. True movie buffs one and all.

You two are just dumber than a bag of hammers.The line was from the movie...

O Brother, Where Art Thou?

Our winner, and supreme movie line guesser, is Steven Vore. Congratulations Steven!

One of the nice things about this goofy contest is getting to surf new blogs. Every once in a while someone new takes a guess and either includes a link to their blog or I just try to browse to the domain the e-mail came from. This morning I was able to do just that. Take a look at Protheus. (Nice design)

Thanks for playing!
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Thursday, September 12, 2002


Movie line of the week. - [8:32 AM]

Cut, cut, cut!Ok boy and girls it's movie line time. I'm not sure if I've done this one yet?

If it's a repeat, someone please let me know. I'd really like to avoid repeats. And no Carlos the answer isn't Independence Day.

You two are just dumber than a bag of hammers.

Ok, quick, what movie! Send your guesses here.
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Wednesday, September 11, 2002


9/11 - [8:15 AM]




"...These things I have spoken to you, that in
Me you may have peace. In the world you will
have tribulation; but be of good cheer, I have
overcome the world." - John 16:33


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Tuesday, September 10, 2002


Wow - [3:14 PM]

Joe Friend gets it.
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Around the web - [7:57 AM]

Rodent Regatta: "...we should launch a (privately-funded) all-out assault on the technology that makes us a completely self-sufficient provider and consumer of energy." - I couldn't agree more. We need to find a way to completely eliminate our dependency on oil for automobiles, at least cars and small trucks.

NY Times: "Don't Rebuild. Reimagine." - This idea would get my vote. I love the twisted rectangle idea. The N.Y.C. skyline would be absolutely stunning with these two new towers, and the idea preserves the footprints of the original buildings as a memorial. Very nice.

More thoughts on Radio UserLand

I've been messing with Radio a bit more and I'm finally starting to get the hang of it. I gotta say that Categories are extremely powerful and could allow you to manage an endless number of sites. One thing I don't think I've every heard people talk about with regards to Radio is how blazingly fast the publishing engine is. Yes, it's my favorite part of the application. The need for speed is important in an application. I run my copy of Radio on an ancient Dell 266 with 128MB of RAM and it flat out screams. That's what all those years of time and effort put into the Frontier scripting engine buy you. Thanks again guys.
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Monday, September 09, 2002


Good Morning - [7:43 AM]

For that certain individual that loves to bash me and this site... No problems with the build this morning, and the answer is NOT Independence Day!

And now for our regularly scheduled program.

I've created a new weblog to report on the progress of the softball teams I play for, and other misc. stuff related to softball. Today I have a bat review of the new Anderson RocketTech.

Back to the salt mine.
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