Wow o_O

It would be worth the effort and money to make this, just for the cool factor. =P


It's like a combination of nerdiness and alchohol! Where can you go wrong?


Now that's bravery. ^_^

Haven't had the energy for a real post, but this is a great article.

How much does it take to make a credit card signature count?
If you can solve all 13, I'll buy you a coke!

13 things that do not make sense


Stuff and stuff.

So I realize that I don't post nearly as often as I used to. Not for a lack of content, but for a lack of time. Anyways.

So I started working on my car (the '68 Mustang, no longer a Must-ng) over the weekend for the first time. It's an amazing feeling to be able to take something apart and fix it. ^_^ So yeah, now I've kinda got on a high with working on the car, which is really cool. I ripped out the dash, cleaned up each part of the inside, reattached the broken part of the spedometer, and fixed up the odometer. (oh yeah, my 37 year old car has 1.9 miles on it =P) Anyways, Joe took a look at it, and I think we're gonna start looking at stereo parts for it. Good stuff ^_^

Yeah. I sometimes forget how lucky I am, I really love my job (even though it's stressful at times), I've got some great friends who are (for the most part) quite happy, a wonderful girlfriend, and I'm finally starting to listen to music again. Life is good. Busy, but good.

On that note - congratulations to Mel and Sean (who called me this morning to be his best man at his wedding) who are engaged and will be getting married this summer. You rarely see two people who are that perfect together. It's quite a sight. Now... to think up a speech...

I've also realized that Austin is home. Everywhere I go now, I have memories in and around Austin. Each street, sidewalk, restaurant has its own memories. From rolling around in the grass, going to cast parties, orientation, scavengar hunts, showing friends around, seeing sunsets, classes, and just late nights with friends, everywhere I go in Austin feels like home. I like that feeling. I always have.

And now, random song lyrics - does anyone know the song? (without using the internet to find the answer...)

Digging up the past
To cross that line
To bury it, one last time
Offered is advice to you
But all you did was fake it
I know that pain inside this truth
But you just have to face it
And she's only yours tonight
Oh she never cries, mother
I know there's hurt inside,

And, to top off the randomness, here's a crazy picture of my cat, Vincent. ^_^



Alright, so I gotta admit - this whole tablet thing is pretty damncool - I'm on Joe's brother's tables now. BTW - it has a handwriting analysis tool, and here's what I got:

Handwriting Analysis Tool for Tablet PC Results

You are pessimistic about your future. Your impatience causes you to overlook details and ignore choices previously made. You are abstract and imaginative, and enjoy philosophy.

Mental Abilty
You are sharp and impatient. You learn quickly, and skip parts that seem useless. However, you make decisions carefully, weighing the pros and cons before committing yourself.

You keep your inner-most thoughts to yourself. However, you enjoy discussions and are receptive to other opinions. You can be deceitful to yourself.

You set ambitious, long term goals, though sometimes vague. Fortunately, you have strong will-power, enthusiasm, endurance, and self-confidence, helping you to achieve those goals.

Self Image
You are confident and self-assured, and resultantly set ambitious, long-term goals. However, you are also sensitive to criticism and need approval.

You are a cautious person who thinks carefully before acting. You keep feelings inside and do not express them openly, in order to protect yourself. However, you can be empathetic and sympathetic, and forgive and forget quickly.

Social Skills
You are a solitary person, and desire to work alone, and be alone most of the time. However, you do feel isolated sometimes.

Fascinating, that.



Had my performance review with my boss today, and discovered something insteresting - apparently there were times when I was still in college where I was referred to as the "miracle intern".

Cool ^_^


Frickin' sweet

You know what's really cool? Fixing a bug in the live game, and having people on the forums rave about how awesome of a change it is. That's one of those times where it feels good to do what you do. It's an awesome feeling to know the stuff you're working on all day is appreciateed by someone. ^_^