Archive for October, 2000

OK, I’ve removed all the

OK, I’ve removed all the Blogvoices link because it’s been down for the last three days and has prevented loading of my blog. That’s not a good thing. Granted it’s in “public beta,” but I’d like to think that “public beta” doesn’t mean “this thing may go down for days at a time.”

Tonight I had one of

Tonight I had one of the best grilled cheese, tomato, and onion sandwiches ever courtesy of the Bridge Diner in Havre De Grace, MD. Incredible. Just the right amount of butter and grilling. Exit 89 off of 95… head towards the McDonald’s… you’ll be glad you did.

Recently updated… my music collection.

Recently updated… my music collection. Now with 1841 entries… still kind of messy, but I’m getting caught up. Actually, I’m further behind now than ever, but I’m making an effort.

In case you haven’t visited

In case you haven’t visited recently and you’d like some smart ass commentary on spam, check out some of the new additions at Please Spam Me!… I updated it for the first time in over a year recently.

I now have a comment/discussion

I now have a comment/discussion option for each blog entry courtesy of BlogVoices. Comment away.

Ventura endorses Hagelin… almost…

Ventura endorses Hagelin… almost…

The Parking Lot is Full

The Parking Lot is Full is funny and offensive… it’s been around for a while, but I just recently came across it.

Less than a week until

Less than a week until my trip to San Fran. Looking forward to trying out some new restaurants , buying music, and of course — the WEB 2000 Conference. :)

In case you were wondering, I’m Lacto but with occasional Lacto-Ovo tendencies.

You know the one thing

You know the one thing I’ve enjoyed about this election season? The fact that Harry Browne, John Hagelin, and Howard Phillips have been appearing together an awful lot. Meet the Press, the two debates, etc. And what’s great is that even though all three have significantly different beliefs (with Phillips being radically different from the other two), they have all avoided name calling and insults and have shown each other great respect. This is the way politics should be done.

And to these folks — you all are sell-outs and you should be ashamed.

You know, never once have

You know, never once have I used Napster.