Thursday, February 28, 2008
Tuesday, February 26, 2008
An answered survey...
My Name: that's just plain personal
Who is the love of my life: should be 'are' and a plural subject... your children
Where did we meet: not sure we really have yet
Take a stab at my middle name: could i make it a nickname like cause i don't stab
How long have you known me: plus or minus 5% of your life
When is the last time that we saw each other: less then 5%
Do I smoke: yep
Do I drink: (yawn)
When is my birthday: everyday!
What was your first impression upon meeting me: i do a good ben afleck impression, i must have done that one
Do I have any siblings: you ever think about where the word siblings comes from? weird. and yes, you do.
What's one of my favorite things to do: post surveys
Am I funny: yes
What's my favorite type of music:
What is the best feature about me: i think it is your smile, but it is hard to find. What's that? been told that one? well... i like your shadow, the real type, that is made by the sun and not artificial lights. that is a good feature.
Am I shy or outgoing: you want to be both, but you are neither
Am I a rebel or do I follow the rules: define rebel and please tell me the rules
Do I have any special talents: would i be writing this if you didn't?
Would you consider me a friend/good friend: let's talk about that one
Would you call me preppy, average, sporty, punk, hippie, glam, nerdy, snobby, or something else: honest with out trying to be, grounded without knowing it, reserved but not trying to be, clam but feel spastic
What is a memory we have once had: i like the idea of sharing a memory that expires
Have you ever hugged me: nope
Do you miss me... do you think i miss you: of course and no
What is my favorite food:
Have you ever had a crush on me: you first
If there was one good nickname for me, what would it be:
What's your favorite memory of me: again with memory... i have them, memories
Who do I like right now: explain the word like and it's meaning
What is my worst habit:
I you and I were stranded on a desert island, what one thing would I bring: nothing
Are we friends:
So there it is. I guess on the surface it means very little and I didn't even answer all the questions. Heck, the person that posted it will never see this. But as I said, there it is.
Monday, February 18, 2008
So President's Day is here and what do I decide to do? Why go out hunting for older video games of course. It's not as easy as you might think. Back in high school and even some times in college, going to a thrift store or second time around store was a regular thing. Thinking back I remember piles of Atari games, consoles and the like. Well, it had been a while since I had gone, but this crazy itch to collect is getting to the point where I'm just not going to stop it. I tried a Salvation Army to start... nothing but a few controllers for systems I'm not aware of (which, in all likelyhood, I will go back to buy after some research on them). Next up was a American Volunteer shop across the street... jackpot. There was an Atari 2600 surrounded about 42 games and a Sega Genesis. The prices where ridiculous but I went with the 2600 and 19 games for $40. This brings my Atari console collection to:
Atari 2600 - Model CX-2600 1978 or 1979 not sure yet. It is not the Sunnyvale, CA 'heavy sixer' but a six switch wood panel none the less. It does have the Super Service sticker.
Atari 2600 - Model CX-2600 A. This is the first four switch with wood panel.
Want to find out what Atari Console you've got? Go to www.atariage.com, but make it quick, otherwise you'll end up like me.
Sunday, February 17, 2008
Not all is amiss in Cleveland. Great Lakes Brewing Co. makes a few great beers. First let me say that putting a picture of the metal you won on your beer label is either idiotic or stroke of whatever. Bottom line is the taste and in taste is succeeds. Right now I'm enjoying the Dormunder Gold. Obviously a German style beer, being named after a town there. It is close to a Pilsner. I'm snacking on Gloucester with Stilton and Colburn cheese depending on what type of GL beer I'm drinking at the moment; which now would be the Edmond Fitzgerald. The best thing about this flavor is the name. Come to find out the Fitzgerald was a ship that sank. Cleveland rocks. Prolly the better tasting as of right now between the two I have mentioned. Sharp, with a honest to goodness coffee flavor. Believe it or not I would prefer this over a Rogue. However, since I am going through a few of these, the one pictured is the Dormunder.