October 2003

The Last Straw?

I knew that Macs were less susceptible to viruses, but I didn’t know that in the past two years since…


Patrick
Recommendations
10/29/03

9 comments

The Elegant Universe

Family, It sure is an elegant universe we live in, don’t you think? I am therefore recommending that we all…


David
Recommendations
10/28/03

5 comments

Losing A Church, Keeping The Faith

The title of this post is from Andrew Sullivan’s essay in the New York Times on 10/19. Joe Ross sent…


David
Ideas
10/28/03

1 comments

Snap goes the ankle

I had to talk myself into going to play noontime basketball yesterday. For one thing, my left foot was aching,…


Patrick
News
10/25/03

9 comments

Fuel Guages

Ever wonder about measuring the amount of fuel in a cylindrical tank mounted sideways? I think about it sometimes while…


Dad
Observations/Puzzles
10/23/03

2 comments

Pato Grooving to “Lose Yourself”

Pato seems to have been born with groove.


Patrick
Movies
10/23/03

0 comments

99 behind (and gaining?)

Basically I wanted to get to less than 100 entries behind Pat. Now I’ve done it! I also wanted people…


David
News
10/23/03

1 comments

Flash Fibonacci

Textism, a very cool site, has a short Flash presentation on some of the beautiful mysteries of the Fibonacci series….


Patrick
Recommendations
10/23/03

2 comments

Political Cartoons

a neat site for checking out political cartoons.


Dad
Funnies/News/Recommendations
10/22/03

1 comments

Happy Birthday Dan

All of us here in Ohio want to wish (Uncle) Dan a very happy birthday. We miss you very much,…


Patrick
Felicitations
10/21/03

1 comments

Worst Things Ever

When I was in high school, probably during summer football practices, Dan Petrillo and I got started talking about the…


Dan
Funnies
10/21/03

9 comments

Under God

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion


Dad
Histories
10/20/03

1 comments

The Curse of the Bambino

The damn Yankees won again, and another heartbreaking missed opportunity goes down in the annuls of baseball.


Dad
Histories
10/17/03

2 comments

Give me a D!

Okay, everyone: Let’s do this together, for our brother who’s in need: Give me a D! (D!) Give me an…


Kathleen
Stuffs
10/17/03

2 comments

IQ Test

I just got an email from emode.com saying I was a high scorer in their IQ test, so they’re giving…


Patrick
Stuffs
10/16/03

24 comments

Late Entries

So, I’m still awake in the middle of the night (what’s going on with this??) and I commented on Dan’s…


Kathleen
Observations
10/15/03

1 comments

Losing It

Hey Fam. I haven’t been on the website in quite a while. I just read Pat’s entry “How Low Can…


Kathleen
Ideas
10/15/03

2 comments

Dream Job

When I was a kid, I dreamed of having this job…


Patrick
Stuffs
10/14/03

1 comments

Comment Spam: Why?

Like you, I was wondering what possible benefit a spammer could get from posting a comment on an old entry…


Patrick
Stuffs
10/14/03

4 comments

The Maddox Site

I’ve seen this guys site several times, and it’s always to read some great rants. Check out Maddox’s site for…


Dan
Funnies
10/13/03

0 comments

Tony Chachere

I ws in a hurry to get something for a Church potluck dinner on Saturday, and I stumbled upon Tony…


Patrick
Recommendations
10/08/03

3 comments

AH-NOLD

Think about this: Arnold Schwarzenegger is Governor of California….


Dan
Funnies
10/08/03

1 comments

The Social Contract

Although Thomas Hobbes, John Locke, and Jean-Jacques Rousseau used the term “social contract” to theorize the need for a governing…


Patrick
Observations
10/08/03

24 comments

How Low Can I Go?

After peaking at about 235 lbs, I’m down to 200 and feeling pretty good.


Patrick
News
10/08/03

8 comments

Octothorpe

From my A Word A Day email today. Excellent: octothorpe (OK-tuh-thorp) noun: The symbol #. [The symbol # is derived…


Patrick
Stuffs
10/08/03

6 comments

Toasters!

Pat and I were in the NJ kitchen one day cooking breakfast (toast) and we wondered aloud, “how the HECK…


Dan
Explanations
10/06/03

0 comments

Worship Wasn’t Like This

Oh boy. Every once in a while I’ll get an email forward or I’ll look at a friend’s “buddy info”…


Dan
Funnies
10/06/03

13 comments

Ambigrams

Ambigrams (meaning “both” and “words”) are words that can be read in more than one way - usually they are…


David
Puzzles
10/01/03

6 comments
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