Monthly Archives: March 2010

Grown Secular

“For the record, I am not trying to convert anyone here. I am not a Jew for Jesus. I’m not really a Jew for anything, but I guess if forced to choose I would be a Jew for Everybody Chilling … Continue reading

Posted in The Pop Life

Currently Self Medicating With Hummus

Earlier today, I answered a statement – not a question, but a statement, and it was about pumpkin pie, of all things – with this sound: “BLEHHRRRRGH.”  Then I walked away.  No words came out of my mouth at any … Continue reading

Posted in I Just Can't

Grape Flavor and Doing the Daily

Jen and I had an e-mail discussion about blogging every day and how it doesn’t affect my views.  Which I really do care about, even though it’s a razor-thin edge because when I get a ton of views for some … Continue reading

Posted in Nerd It Up, The Internet is My Boyfriend, Writing

Free Willy, Indeed

My job is in “Information and Business Systems,” which is a fancy way of saying that I look stuff up.  One of the main things I look up is payment statuses (statusii?), so I get a lot of invoices sent … Continue reading

Posted in Paychecks Are Important, WTF

High As I Am Not Allowed To Be

I think there should be a photoblog for old photos where it looks like people are talking on cell phones, but they’re not because cell phones weren’t invented yet.  And because we’re all too conditioned to expect cell phones, it … Continue reading

Posted in The Internet is My Boyfriend, WTF

My Home and Native Land

This morning, I received an e-mail asking me if I wanted to appear in a corporate video.  Normally my response to this sort of question is “no thanks,” but this morning it was “hell no, not even if you paid … Continue reading

Posted in Little Corner of Moron, Paychecks Are Important

Car Bombs Away

In just under 5 hours, I’m going to work.  I took vacation from Job 1 today so that I could work at Job 2.  I’m salaried, so I still get paid for Job 1 even though I’m not there, and … Continue reading

Posted in Adventures in Bartending, Paychecks Are Important