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Tuesday, May 26th, 2009
3:31 pm
Photos from this weekend
While I didn't get almost any of the bride and groom, I did get a fair number of pictures of my impossibly cute children. Feast your eyes on that which occupies most of my time.

http://s13.photobucket.com/albums/a293/zomb0y/LyzzNJonathansWedding/
Monday, January 19th, 2009
10:57 am
Moving
So having secured a new apartment, I will be moving from Stonehame to Reading (this is a very short distance for those of you not in the know). I have not scheduled a truck rental yet, but am expecting to schedule on for saturday, and hope to get everything that requires a truck moved then. If anyone would like to help, or has a large vehicle they would like to let me borrow/move things with between now and the end of the month, I will be greatly appreciative.
Wednesday, November 19th, 2008
1:32 pm
Wednesday, October 8th, 2008
2:23 pm
"The Shock Doctrine"
To those who have not heard of this book, you should go out and get it and start reading, with what is going on in the economy, especially regarding the "bail out", getting informed now and making your voice heard is the BARE MINIMUM you should be doing. If I wasn't broke, I would be buying copies of this book and mailing it to people.


Also, check out here for more information as it pertains to whats going on right now.
http://www.naomiklein.org/shock-doctrine/resources/disaster-capitalism-in-action
Thursday, October 2nd, 2008
4:18 pm
Anyone want to buy a lot of roleplaying books?
Before I go and trade all my old roleplaying books into Pandemonium for store credit, I was curious if anyone would be interested in buying them for more then the 20% of cover price or so I would be getting there. I don't have an exact list of what I've got, its mostly old white wolf stuff, and probably some rifts/tmnt/palladium stuff, might be a little bit of gurps in there too. Its mostly in good condition, and I don't really want to part with them, but with my ever growing children, space is at a premium, and I find it unlikely that I will be using them to game ever again (I'm pretty focused on Warhammer/40k these days, and by the time the boys are old enough to game, I'm sure that there will be plenty of equally enjoyable games available).

Anyway, let me know in the next few days, becuase I'm probably going to try and trade the stuff in this Sunday so I can free up those shelves.
Monday, April 28th, 2008
5:51 pm
The Meatmen
The Meatmen are playing on May 10 At Club Hell in Providence. Anyone else going? I'm going to buy tickets soon (in case they sell out) and if anyone needs them, they are like $13. Let me know if you need me to pick up tickets for you in the next couple of days, or if you're going and want to try and carpool. My folks are going to be watching the monkeys that weekend, so if need be, I'll be able to take the car.
Wednesday, April 2nd, 2008
4:40 pm
Anyone looking for a Job?
My company has an IT position opening up, and I figure it can't hurt to put it out there. If you're interested, shoot me an E-mail with your resume. I really don't have a lot of details, but here's what I wrangled out of the IT guy.

IT Professional at KlingStubbins

We are looking for a person to directly report to the IT Director and help out with day to day desktop issues and server support. This is a good opportunity for someone in the IT industry to interact with all facets of the computer world in a creative architectural environment. Self motivation, enthusiasm and customer support is a must to the candidate’s success. Below are some of the common day to day tasks (there are many more) that the candidate must have an interest in or be willing to learn.

Desktop support

1. Teaching End Users how to help themselves
2. Ghosting and reimaging PC and laptops
3. Rolling out PC and laptops to end users
4. Troubleshooting PC hardware and software problems
5. Keeping end users desktops up to date with the latest software
6. Workstation Moves

Server Support

1. Changing backup tapes
2. Creating\removing accounts on the domain
3. Active Directory\DNS
4. Exchange Server 2003

Server Software – Wink2k3, Exchange Server, Newforma, Backup Exec, Symantec Corp Ed,

Networking Support
1. Switches
2. Routers
3. Firewalls
4. WAN Accelerators
5. ISP Issues

Video\Audio\Telephone Support
1. Testing\Preparing Video Conference meetings
2. Testing\Preparing Projectors
3. Testing\Preparing Phones

Researching
1. Researching future projects\initiatives and any IT problems along the way
This person must be a quick learner and self motivated to see a problem from start until the end. Self motivation is a must because there are limited IT people in the office.
Tuesday, March 25th, 2008
3:44 pm
Saturday, March 15th, 2008
10:12 am
Peter is 3!!!!!!
as of yesterday.
Photobucket

and Ike is 16 monthsish
Photobucket

More pics at
http://s13.photobucket.com/albums/a293/zomb0y/march%2015%202008/

Thats all for now.
Tuesday, February 26th, 2008
12:40 pm
http://dieselsweeties.com/archive/1955
If you replaced the punchline of this comic with "grandpa", this would be remarkably similar to my life.
That is all.
Thursday, January 24th, 2008
3:16 pm
Another batch of baby pictures...
..this time including a few random shots of my younger brother and other family members. Oh, and some crazy hair!
Photobucket

There are other new pictures in the following two locations:
http://s13.photobucket.com/albums/a293/zomb0y/December%202007/
http://s13.photobucket.com/albums/a293/zomb0y/Jan%202008/

That's all for now.
Monday, December 24th, 2007
9:20 am
Is Cusraque really Bob Sagat?
I was just listening to the radio, whatever two clowns are on WAAF in the morning, and they started talking to Bob Sagat, and I'll tell you, if I didn't know otherwise, I'd be convinced that they where talking to Cusraque. Even the sorts of absolutely hilarious and disturbing types of pseudo profanity he was using was familiar. So, has anyone else noticed this in the past, or am I just suffering delusions because I've been up for like 3 days with almost no sleep?
Friday, November 9th, 2007
4:45 pm
Books on Tape
in the realm of awesomeness, I have recently found Rudyard Kipling's "Just So Stories", read by Boris Karloff, and they are unbelievably good. Well, actually, I guess if you think about it, they are believably good, but either way, I just thought I would let other people know they exist so you can also experience the joy.
Friday, September 7th, 2007
9:09 am
Baby Pictures, Starring MONSTER JAW
And here is the usual monthly to bi-monthly update of baby pictures.

Photo Sharing and Video Hosting at Photobucket
Peters "Monster Jaw"

Photo Sharing and Video Hosting at Photobucket
Ike, making his sour face (he makes this face and rapidly snorts through his nose when he is concentrating on doing something, its pretty funny).

The rest are here :
http://s13.photobucket.com/albums/a293/zomb0y/Sep%207%202007/
Thursday, August 23rd, 2007
10:22 am
A Confession
I have never read a complete work by H.P. Lovecraft, only portions of one thing or another when lounging around at other peoples homes. I have decided to remedy this, and I am looking for a good place to start. Does anyone have any particular favorites? Are there any real crapfests one might do best to avoid?

Also, I was curious if anyone knows of a realistic fleshy long lasting substance I could use to make a replica of my face with, once I have figured out how to make a cast of my face to base it on. I also could use some advice on how people generally affix hair to such things. I would go into a little greater detail, but I don't really want to spoil the surprise if I am succesfull.
Monday, July 16th, 2007
5:04 pm
Who all is going out to ceremony tonight? Despite my general resignation about the fact that impoverished fathers with very small children are not generally able to go to clubs, I have decided to fight the tides of fate once more and leave the house to go someplace other then work. As that I do this so rarely, I am hoping that it won't be a complete wash, so if anyone wants to shoot me a message or email letting me know that they will be out, it will dramatically increase my motivation to actually leave the house.
Monday, June 4th, 2007
10:14 am
Once again with babypictures and no content
Here are the most recent round of baby pictures.

http://s13.photobucket.com/albums/a293/zomb0y/May%2031%202007/

In other news, the have raised my rent just enough that I will probably need a second job to pay all the bills, making me a grumpy man.
Wednesday, May 2nd, 2007
9:45 am
Baby Pics from the last few months
I uploaded about 15-20 new baby pictures, things are still not very exciting around here when it comes to non-baby stuff. I am barely treading water financially, and have been sick with a stomach bug which I caught at the tail end of a sinus infection, but other then that, I guess I'm ok. Mostly I just watch the boys and try and find some time to work on hobbies or read. Anyway, the important stuff follows:

Peter (now 2 years old)


Isaac (now 6 months old)


The rest of the pictures are here:
http://s13.photobucket.com/albums/a293/zomb0y/may%202%202007/
Saturday, March 31st, 2007
10:52 pm
Drew Hayes Dead
Well, I just found out Drew Hayes, the writer of posion elves, died a few weeks ago of a heart attack, this has me rather depressed, since I have been long awaiting his return to writing comics. Anyway, its always odd how much someone you have never really met or talked to can influence your mood. On an unrelated note, Isaac and peter are both giants.... well, they are both very tall for their ages. Also, sometime teaching your child to talk in monster voices bits you in the ass, like when you ask them to do something and they turn their head and say in a gutteral voice "NO! Mine! Stop It!", Its very exorcist.
Tuesday, March 6th, 2007
9:33 am
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