Will Tiger Woods lose his #1 ranking in the world? The margin is slim: 11.93 to Singh's 11.83 and Els' 11.38. It's quite possible that after the WGC NEC Invitational, Tiger could be second or even third. Vijay Singh will be ranked higher than Tiger if he finishes ahead of Woods in the NEC or […]
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I got this email from someone recently. If you can lend a hand, by all means, leave a comment and help the guy. He's most likely using a PC, so, keep that in mind: Tell me what you think of this idea. I was recently looking for one central place to manage my whole life. […]
My lease (an apartment here in south Florida) is up at the end of May, 2005. However, it looks as though I'm moving back to Pennsylvania as early as October or November of this year. What advice does anyone have for getting out of the lease as quickly and painlessly ($$$) as possible? Finding someone […]
I must have really misunderstood the relationship between the United States of America and Puerto Rico. How in the heck can they have their own Olympic team? Aren't they a territory of the United States? Shouldn't they be competing for the US team? Their independence day is July 4, 1776 (gee, that's the same as […]
What if this happened? Fortunately, Jeff has the answer.
Today I watched the Kerry on Iraq "documentary." My dad says "believe none of what you read and half of what you see," and since this is a documentary and not "real life," I'm placing it a little further towards "what I read" and not "what I see." I think that changing your mind is […]
I missed this yesterday, but I thought I'd take a stab at it now as people have been asking me how I really feel about certain things. 1. I have never voted for a Democrat in my life. True. I haven't ever really voted for any local elections, having only voted for representatives, senators, and […]
Bill may have liked Napoleon Dynamite, but I thought the movie was a bomb. I laughed at exactly one scene - the election speech dance scene - and only because it the dance was so well and unexpectedly performed that it caught me off guard. I didn't feel like laughing at the shoving of tater […]
This is exactly the kind of thing I think that I hate most about President Bush: They never stop thinking about new ways to harm our country and our people, and neither do we. I don't like that we have a President who can't say "nuclear" properly, or one who can't get the "fool me […]
Hey, to save you all the trouble of posting on my blog with the same old crap I've been hearing for the past five or six months, I've created some campaign posters for you all.
So sayeth Florida's laws: Dates Registration Closes for 2004 Election Presidential Preference Primary......... February 9, 2004 Primary Election .............................. August 2, 2004 General Election .............................. October 4, 2004 I have mailed my registration in to vote in the general election. For Bush.
My sister pointed me towards a new movie called National Treasure. It looks rather interesting. I've always been a big fan of this type of movie, regardless of the facts in which it may or may not be based. I read The DaVinci Code and a few of Dan Brown's other books, and I used […]
Carey and I went to the Pirates/Braves game on Wednesday, July 28th. I took a few shots of the game, and this is my favorite. The Pirates left 11 men on base and Perez pitched wonderfully, but a solo HR in the 4th was the deciding factor in the 1-0 loss. What struck me most, […]
I've still got a few Gmail invitations. To give them away, we'll have a simple contest: tell me your favorite post here on NSLog(); (and be serious) and "win" a Gmail invitation. I have two now, but I imagine I'll be restocked after they're gone. I'll send invitations in order of comment entry. If you […]
I was going to say something clever about this, but I think the image below says it all for me. Soon as I see Quality News, I'll pay for it. Until thenÃ¢â‚¬Â¦