Monthly Archives: November, 2004

Happy Thanksgiving!

Nothing happening that I feel like talking about right this minute, so I’ll just wish everyone a happy Thanksgiving!


Paul Griffin has released a new version of Simple PHP Gallery. This is the software that I use for my gallery and I’ve just loaded the new version up. It needs some tweaking to fit back into the site’s overall design. If you have any problems with it; please let me know.

You Know You Grew Up…

You Know You Grew Up In The 80’s or Early 90’s If:
1. You’ve ever ended a sentence with the word “SIKE”
2. You watched the Pound Puppies.

3. You can sing the rap to the “Fresh Prince of Belair” and can do the “Carlton”. I can’t sing the rap but FPoB was dope, homeboy!
4. Girls wore biker shorts under their skirts and felt stylishly sexy. I’ve no idea what it flet like but I remember seeing stupid people on TV dress this way.
5. You yearned to be a member of the Baby-sitters club and tried to start a club of your own.
6. You owned those lil’ Strawberry Shortcake pals scented dolls.
7. You know that “WOAH” comes from Joey on Blossom
8. Two words: Hammer Pants
*laugh* At the time, I thought these were the coolest pants. EVER! I wanted a pair so bad, but my Mom would never buy them for me. These days? I think I owe her a bigger Christmas gift because she never got them for me. *grin*
9. If you ever watched “Fraggle Rock”
10. You had plastic streamers on your handle bars and “spokey-dokes” or playing cards on your spokes for that incredible sound effect
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Lack of updates

Sorry, but I was kind of tired over the weekend and Mondays have become absolutely brutal at work. *bah*

In other news, we finally decided that we probably can afford to take in another mouth to feed. Especially, since Capt. Jack doesn’t eat much. We’re planning on picking him up tomorrow night and perhaps will get some photos (& a better explaination) posted when we’re back.

The John Cleese

THE creator of silly walks, empty cheese shops and an excruciating hotelier called Basil is pioneering a new form of entertainment. John Cleese can now be found performing at his ranch in California via his website which charges $50 a year (£27) for the privilege.

Fed up with television executives and studios, the star of Monty Python and Fawlty Towers set up the website last month as a vehicle for his humour and personal philosophy. Cleese is promising to update the site every day with new sketches, pictures of his home life and biographical information.

To read the complete article, visit Times Online.

Or just tell those blighters to sod off and head directly to

Kudos to Pukka for the link.

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