Russian Bootleg VHS Cover of the 'Raid on Entebbe' movie - divX just isnt the same
Friday, April 20, 2007
Wednesday, April 18, 2007
"Beer is the basis of modern static civilization," - something i have strongly suspected since i discovered beer circa age 12.
"Beer is the basis of modern static civilization," began Bamforth, Anheuser-Busch Endowed Professor of Brewing Science at the University of California, Davis. "Because before beer was discovered, people used to wander around and follow goats from place to place. And then they realized that this grain [barley] could be grown and sprouted and made into a bread and crumbled and converted into a liquid which gave a nice, warm, cozy feeling. So gone were the days that they followed goats around. They stayed put while the grain grew and while the beer was brewed. And they made villages out of their tents. And those villages became towns, and those towns became cities. And so here we are in New York, thanks to beer." Another syllogism ended his address: "He who drinks beer sleeps well. He who sleeps well cannot sin. He who does not sin goes to heaven. The logic is impeccable." - from Scientifc american
Monday, April 16, 2007
were on youtube
personally would have preferred we went with something a little less buggy and more hip like democracy player - the all new hip as you like Peer to Peer (P2P) RSS syndicated Internet TV applet thats about as web2.5 as you get these days (for those non alpha geeks out there thats a program that allows you to download tv based on channels that you/others create via RSS - all the cool kids are doing it!)
Sunday, April 15, 2007
well day one of six back in the office, tired grumpy and have a cold coming on, looks like the london excesses have hit, my head is full of cold, and im streeming with mucas.
ive got to shift some weight too as im feeling bloated theres only one way and thats hitting the gym and cutting down on drinking. both are difficult - the gym after 12hrs at work is a near nightmare, and drinking as its my only escape from the work, neither are complimentary. why is it that my passions in life fight so hard against my vague stride to become healty
i suppose genes have something to do with it, for those who dont know i take very much after my maternal grandfather both physicaly and emotionaly , cpt. tony lagaay
and not like my maternal grandmother - at least i get the mental stablity and vicarious helpful nature.
ive quit smoking again, and am now heavily relyant on nicorette gum.
enough for now