Monthly Archives: October 2005

How much is my blog worth??

I found out about this by reading an enttry in Bob Congdon’s blog.  How much is yours worth?  Mine does not seem to be worth very much.   My blog is worth $3,387.24.How much is your blog worth? Advertisements

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Video Games Live

Saturday night I was at the Paramount theatre to see Video Games Live.  I had read the day before that while they had planned to have 25 dates on this tour they had basically canceled the whole thing other than … Continue reading

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T-Brids vs. Wheat Kings

Friday night I was in Key Arena to see the Brandon Wheat Kings take on the Seattle Thunderbirds.  Let me say boy do the Wheat Kings suck.  This really surprised me as I thought all of the teams in the … Continue reading

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The Chronicles of Narnia

When I was a kid we had the boxed set of C.S. Lewis novels that made up The Chronicles of Narnia.  If I recall I struggled through The Lion, the Witch, and  the Wardrobe.  I may have read another book … Continue reading

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Help me wish Christine a Happy Birthday

Today, 10/24 is my friend Christine’s birthday.  The problem is I have kind of lost touch with her since she moved out of Seattle about a year or so ago.  If anyone knows how to get a hold of Christine, … Continue reading

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Be prepared!

Around 6 pm tonight the power for me and many, many of my neighbors went out in the North Seattle and Shoreline area.  It was out for around three and half hours.  It has been over 10 years since I … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday Pearl Jam

On October 22, 1990 at the Off-Ramp Cafe in Seattle the band Mookie Blaylock played their first show.  A few gigs later they were playing under the name Pearl Jam.  15 years later they are still going strong (after a … Continue reading

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Paul Davies gets a write up on Wired News

Paul Davies is a friend of mine.  We worked together for a few years but he made no pretence as to where he passion was.  Being a software program manager was just his "day job".  His real interest was in … Continue reading

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T-Birds vs. Winter Hawks

Saturday night the Seattle Thunderbirds took on the Portland Winter Hawks.  I think playing US division teams is just what the T-Birds needed as for the second day in a row they get a win and also get a win … Continue reading

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T-Birds vs. Silvertips

Friday night I was in Key Arena for the T-Birds vs. the Everett Silvertips hockey match.  The tips took a 1-0 lead in the first period and then another early in the second period but the T-Birds responded with two … Continue reading

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