Archive for March, 2009

Design Stuff…

Tuesday, March 24th, 2009

This is a project Kim and I worked on together. She took the pictured and picked the quote and I designed the layout. You can click on this and see it full size.

New Phone

Monday, March 16th, 2009

Just got my new google phone and was checking to see if this darn thing will let me post with it.
BTW; the centralia train station makes you think you’re not in centralia


Saturday, March 14th, 2009

This train station looks like the nicest place here

On the way….

Saturday, March 14th, 2009

7.30, boarding the train

Portland by train…

Friday, March 13th, 2009

hey all-

We’re checking out for the weekend and taking the train to Portland. We’ll be checking out the lounge car on the way down. Powell City of Books, Bridgeport Brewery, YEAH! Spending the night at the Hotel Fity, Hotel Foty was booked up. Look for on the fly updates.

Friday the 13th, do your worst.


Uriah Heep, “Steal’in”



Tuesday, March 10th, 2009


Well 2 months after the wedding and we are still waiting for pictures!

We are going to send out the trendy TY cards that have the pics from our special night but in order to do so you need to have the photos! Good news is that we should have the proofs tommorrow. (hey Dan, I just got red dots under tommorrow!).

I just wanted to let Y’all know that we appreciate everyones support and hope it was a great time for all.

Life is back to chaos and we couldn’t be more excited!

Although, we are not jumping in to “Right In Two” …  we kinda like  not having to deal with reproduction.

Weddings are SO girl oriented… but I did get my way on our first dance. And oh is that memorable!

Movie Review…

Saturday, March 7th, 2009

Hey all-

Well W day has come and gone. Watchmen came out yesterday and Kim and I went and saw it. Let me say this, It was long, (2.5 hours) and done very well. But if you hadn’t read the graphic novel, you could be a little lost. Kim liked it but feels like she was coming in half way through a conversation. Liberties were taken at the beginning and end to fill in some story that wasn’t clearly a part of the story they focused on. And there were a couple of secondary plot lines in the book that made the story make sense. By it’s length alone you can tell there was a lot to cram it story wise. It played just like the comic book, if a scene was draw out on paper, it was put up on the big screen. The limitation of the medium required they leave considerable hunks out, mainly back story that really developed the story and history of the world it was taking place in. (To give you an idea of that, Nixon was in his third term) This movie was made for the cult/video market, it will do wonders there and the way it was made make you believe the studio and director think the same. The thing about it that took me back a bit was the violence and how graphic it was played out. that is purely a big movie thing to bring in the dollars, they had to make it appeal to the masses, not everyone has read it. I hung around after the movie and listened to what people coming out were saying. They were all expecting a superhero movie and the story really isn’t.
So all that to say I loved it, and likely will have a couple more goes at it when it comes out on video. Unfortunately I can’t recommend it to everyone.
There is one sex scene that shows boobies and several scenes with a big blue penis flopping around.

Right in Two…

Tuesday, March 3rd, 2009

…that the tune I’ve been listening too recently. Here are the lyrics.

Below is a picture of my dinner tonight. Look into Hy-Top brand sliced potatoes, their a winner. Along with a sliced up hot link, eggs and a beer. I really look forward to my after work meals on these long days.

I learned something new. When typing on your computer and you happen to misspell a word you get the red underline. If you right click on the underlined word, it gives a drop down of possible correct spelling and lets you select it…WOW, computers are great.

I’m reading Sons of the Profits again. It’s a good book. I’m at the part wherein the author describes the bustling logging town of Seattle via 1869 and all the frothing testosterone that required professional help. And how the founding fathers attempted to enlist said help.

More Music:
Astro Zombies by The Misfits
“Prime directive, exterminate the whole fucking race!”