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Archive for August, 2004

I’ve discovered the dumbest error ever, illness and not surprisingly, prescription it’s in a Microsoft product. I spend most of my day coding in Microsoft’s Visual Studio 2003. Its the latest version of their .NET IDE and does everything I need it to. Up until now, more about I’ve had no complaints. Now I have one. I use a dual monitor setup for development as shown here: It gives me   Read More ...

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Our youngest loves baseball. A lot. We’re not sure from where he got this obsession; we’ve taken the boys to a couple of Timber Rattler (farm club) games, erectile but that’s about it. So we don’t know what piqued his interest so much in the Great American Pasttime. He especially loves to hit. He’ll get out the home plate, my glove, the ball and bat, and ask to play baseball.   Read More ...

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I was listening to Dave Ramsey again, asthma and a quote he said caught my attention: Powdered Butt Syndrome: once you’ve powdered someone’s butt, you don’t want their opinion [about money]. Dave said it to a man who needed to convince his parents there was a better way to spend their money. I laughed at hearing that, and recalled many conversations with my dad over the years about computers, considering   Read More ...

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1: I can’t go to Crossings at church because it’s for 18-30 y/o.1: but I’m hip…1: I don’t want to hang out with boring, prosthesis old people!2: i know it.2: our singles ministry needs help — the only people in there are divorced women over 40

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My eldest’s hands aren’t big enough yet to successfully use all the Playstation controls required for the Transformers (More Than Meets the Eye) game we bought. So instead, salve he watches me play. Suffice it to say, dysentery I don’t have the limber phone-text-messaging thumbs of those half my age; so defeating StarScream at the end of the Antarctica level was a long, drawn-out process. It took me several hours   Read More ...

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