Thursday, January 27, 2005

Val, Get Flippy say Drew! Posted by Hello

Happy Birthday Valerie! Posted by Hello

Wednesday, January 19, 2005

What the winter has to offer. Posted by Hello

Lil Gerk gnaws some shrimp on A's Birthday. He wanted me to tell you to come to his Winter Party Sat. Feb. 19. Posted by Hello

Tuesday, January 18, 2005

Jump On the Bandwagon 

I have tried Picasa, Google's new free photo organizer, and I gotta say it's superb. You have to try it. No kidding.

If you need to organize photos and have fun at the same time. Here it is.

Another program that helps organize all types of documents is Copernic.

I can't stress how useful these are.

Muncie C . . . old Times 

Yesterday I threw "Steve Coker" into the Google blender. What got tossed out all over the table cloth were the following:

Bob Chaos Recordings. The Muncie Sampler, Latent Chaos, and video of the No Bar and Grill. Wow. Listen to all of your favorites from days of olde. Dozens and dozens of hits from the likes of Band of Fun, John Scot Sheets, and Modern Vending. Besides all that, there is attractive artwork and you can watch two videos shot in the No Bar.


Secondly, I found a blog from the diaries of Dean Clean of the Dead Milkmen, who played a few times at the No Bar. Steve Coker, Modern Vending, The Singles. Read more here . . .

Monday, January 17, 2005

Sugar Packet Collecting 

Up through colleg I kept my collection of sugar packets stored in a blue plastic peanuts lunch pail. The packets were collected from rest stops and restaurants when my family vacationed through Florida, Arkansas, and Virginia. I finally threw the packets out when they got water damaged becoming a gooey mess.

I thought I was the sole sugar packet collector until today.


Todays Poetry 

donate is astute of acorn
The debarring in mould or homecoming
oilcloth is triac of windmill
The emitted in bridle or distributor

-- Taken from spam I received today.

Cannot move pile of sticks from path.
-- Windows Error Message

I received this when trying to copy file to the same location as the file.
Never seen before and cannot make it repeat itself.

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