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Friday, July 25, 2003

Bush=Bad, Iraq=Not as bad as they thought?

United Press International: 9/11 report: No Iraq link to al-Qaida

Read the story here.


Posted by SPN on 07/25 at 11:22 AM in News
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We’ve seen “The Light” here in NJ

Krispy Kreme Doughnuts and Coffee - Store Openings

We’ve been enlightened here.  Just two days ago, KK opened a new store just 40 minutes up the road from my house.  I’m so happy.  Unfortunately for all of my friends and family in GA, I have one less reason to drive to ATL.  If anyone near Brick, NJ wants to sample a REAL doughnut, then click and drive.

I hear that another store will be located only about 20 minutes away.

Anybody got a treadmill for sale?


Posted by SPN on 07/25 at 07:22 AM in Personal
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Thursday, July 24, 2003

Black like me—but not too black

We have MJ to blame for this.  No, not Michael Jordan, M* Jackson.  I think that he needs to get onboard with our presidents advisors and attempt to try to lead the country with “facts”.  As far as I recall, MJ has only admitted to one plastic surgery job.  Oh, well I guess it could be true.  His surgery was just in several hundred different procedures stretching for a couple of decades.

Anybody think that their nose is too “normal” then this article is for you.

Yes, I blame MJ for it.  I’m overboard, but then again, I can swim.


Posted by SPN on 07/24 at 11:39 AM in Blogging
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The Black Hand Side

I like this guy’s style. Here is a quote from his site.

My Kind of Leaders
Finally, a bit of honesty from a political leader. The Polish Foreign Minister, Wlodzimierz Cimoszewicz, was refreshingly blunt about the reasons for his country’s involvement in the Bush Men’s “Coalition of the Willing” in Iraq. Simply stated - Oil!
“We have never hidden our desire for Polish oil companies to finally have access to sources of commodities,” Mr. Cimoszewicz told the Polish PAP news agency adding that access to the oilfields “is our ultimate objective.”

Posted by SPN on 07/24 at 10:52 AM in Politics
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The Village Voice: Features: Rice, Rice, Baby! by Ta-Nehisi Coates

I’ve found some stuff and some other sites that make me happy to read.

This is one tough article.

Don’t think that this is a one-hit wonder.  I gotta lot of stuff to add so beware of who might be reading this site over your shoulder from now on.

I’m gonna “shock and awe” and it might not be pretty!

“It’s gonna git political, ‘litical. Gonna git political. Let git more political”


Posted by SPN on 07/24 at 08:36 AM in Blogging
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Wednesday, July 23, 2003

This page is getting cool in my little newbie book.

Tomorrow, I’ll try to give myself a nice graphical header.  On the webpage that is…

Check out my track list on the left side.  You can see what I am listening to at home.

I didn’t write the code.  It is a Mac app. called Kung Tunes.

More later but right now, it’s bedtime.

C’mon Trinity!



-edited 7/26/03 The music list is on the right side now.

Posted by SPN on 07/23 at 10:56 PM in Blogging
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Tuesday, July 22, 2003

Either Dell, or Microsoft XP is crap.

I might have mentioned that I bought Trinity a new computer.  She needed another computer to play the educationale software that I bought her.  Well, none of the stuff I bought her works on the BRAND NEW DELL computer with MICROSOFT WINDOWS XP!

I’ve spent maybe three hours on the phone will Dell trying to get the computer to use the software that worked on an old Win95/98 computer.  That is not as bad as the fact that the software that Dell shipped as a package with this computer doesn’t work either. 

Yes, I bought $90 of software when I bought her computer that doesn’t work either.


Posted by SPN on 07/22 at 09:55 PM in Blogging
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Dang bugs!!

Saturday, we went out on a little bike riding adventure towards the bay.  Riding into the wind is different than riding away from the wind as you may suspect.

Riding into the wind is just a little more difficult because of the added wind in your face.  It is more cooling because of the same reason.  Riding against the wind is the exact opposite.  But...the bugs can get to you more easily.

Riding against the wind forces one of New Jersey’s state birds to fly that much faster.  Because of this, they can’t catch up too easily.  But when you ride WITH the wind, they can hitch a ride on the breeze, thereby catching you more easily.  The bird I am talking about is the Green Headed Horse Fly.  These things are big, slow, and relatively easy to kill.  They bite when they land.  Because they land so hard, it is easy to tell when you are the target.  We were the targets Saturday, I was the meal.  I have about ten bites on my legs as I type this.  I must say that scratching my bites would be much better than typing this journal.  I could show some images, but I’d have to take my hands off of the keyboard to get the camera.  Right now, all I want to do it to tear into my for 45 seconds of feverish scratching.

If I haven’t injured myself, I’ll write later.


Posted by SPN on 07/22 at 03:47 PM in Personal
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Almost a week and no update.

Here’s the scoop. 

Yesterday, I got a phone call from my brother, Patrick.  We talked at length about his future business plans surrounding his calligraphy.  I made a sample flash screen at Check it out.  It is just some code I found on the web.  When he gets his computer online, I hope he will look at it and like it.  I’ve got some other stuff planned for his site.

I’ve been too busy playing some computer games to take time out to update the site.  The two games I’ve been playing are Uplink and Galactica AD.

Uplink is kinda cool, ‘cuz you play the part of a cyber-terrorist/hacker/cracker/spy.  You have to break into other companies computers and access files for various purposes.

Galactica, is a turn-based game that pits your galactic stellar expansion against either computer foes or other human players.  I think I like it better that Uplink. 

I’ll post something else later,

Posted by SPN on 07/22 at 10:33 AM in Blogging
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Tuesday, July 15, 2003


I tried to import entries from the Movable Type weblog on my home computer into this weblog that is running Pmachine.  There were some things that needed to be changed in some of the files.  The developer of Pmachine, Rick Ellis, responded to my inquiries even though the version I am using is Free.

If you look below and perhaps evenin the Archives, you will see the entries from my Powerbook.

Way to go, Rick!


Posted by SPN on 07/15 at 03:05 PM in Blogging
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