Archives for: "July 2005"

Did I mention that I like other extravagent things?

July 31st, 2005
I make one little comment on the blog about having an affinity for signed books and they start popping up. For the record I also like DVDs, I need a new suit, maybe some gift certificates...oh and you can just buy yourself stuff, too, from Amazon, just… more »

July 31st, 2005
Clementine: This is it, Joel. It's going to be gone soon. Joel: I know. Clementine: What do we do? Joel: Enjoy it. more »

Happy Endings

July 29th, 2005
Saw this movie last night. It was a "Hey, what's playing at the theater right next to where I am going to be tonight?" situation more than a "Hey, I really want to see Happy Endings." situation. In fact I had not even heard of it, conveniently, until… more »

Research & Development.

July 28th, 2005
The ability for constant change is an advantage in today's economy. One area that appears to see this most is in fast food. Sure the big players stick to what made them popular, but there is an increasing trend towards product development recently. For… more »

I need closure.

July 26th, 2005
Yesterday the Detroit Red Wings placed an 11-year veteran and fan FAVORITE Darren McCarty on waivers. No one worked harder on the ice. Mac was not necessarily the most gifted hockey player out there, but I want him on my team every time. Heading into… more »


July 26th, 2005
You may or may not be able to relate to the idea of having a "go to" lunch spot for a particular day of the week. I do not have one for each day of the week, well lately I do not have one at all. For a long time, every Thursday I would go to Cosi for… more »

The Casual Biker.

July 25th, 2005
There is an issue that will probably now become epidemic. With Lance Armstrong in the news again as he won his seventh consecutive Tour de France, bike riding will become the new running. As under-rated as bike riding is on its own, for exercise or even… more »

DVD Purchase Update 072405

July 24th, 2005
Team America - World Police Harry Potter and the Sorceror's Stone Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban more »

Vive le Tour! Forever

July 24th, 2005
"Vive le Tour! Forever," Armstrong said. Congratulations to Lance Armstrong who won his record setting seventh consecutive Tour de France. One of many articles on the 33 year-old and his accomplishment here. more »

Christopher Paolini

July 24th, 2005
Christopher Paolini, author of Eragon, will begin promoting his new book, and second in the Inheritance Trilogy, Eldest in New York and moving on to 22 cities. A complete list of the tour stops is listed Here. Appearance of note: Michigan Wednesday,… more »