Living the Middle Life

In soviet Russia, the middle life is living.

Wednesday, February 28, 2007


Credit must go to Harris for showing these to me. They're quite amusing.

Thursday, February 22, 2007

What's this? I have a blog?

Oh, right, I almost forgot about it...

I partially blame the New Blogger. Because a few days ago I tried logging into my Old Blogger, and it wouldn't let me. I had to upgrade to New Blogger. So I clicked the button to upgrade, it then asked me if I already had a Google account. I did. Under the "No" option it had a button to push, yet it had no button under the "Yes" option. I spent a couple days trying to load this page every now and then, but it wouldn't fix. It wasn't until I opened the web page's HTML source and dug around for hyperlinks that I advanced. However, this hyperlink that I chose was the one you click if you have no Google account. Except that it was /this very page/ that had the option to tell them my Google account.

What's up with that? I have to tell them I have no Google account before I can tell them what my Google account IS? Good grief.

I've also started watching Red vs. Blue. It's really awesome. I'm up to episode 33.

Friday, February 02, 2007

Nothing Much Is New.

Other than me being tired, very tired.

Oh, I get to go to Belegarth tonight. I havn't gone in a long time, so this should be awesome.

So my boaring story is when I was driving in to work. My radio station, 99.1 WMYX with Jane and Kit in the morning, had a game. They would play a small portion of the music from a song on Kit's IPod. The caller who guessed it right got a prize.

I recognized the song almost imediately, it was that song that Bill Murray wakes up to every morning in the movie Groundhogs day. They [the radio show people] then said that it was appropriate for the day, which I then remembered that it was, indeed, Grounhogs Day. (Apparently today, most groundhogs agreed that we would have an early spring.)

I just couldn't, for the life of me, remember that the song was called "I got you babe." by Sonny and Cher. Not that it would have mattered if I had, I didn't have a phone.