Got our first hail of the year today – pea sized, and not much (thankfully) – but it’s here.
New record for longest blog title I’ve ever had. I think. First, the pros: it’s concise, finishing at a mere 91 numbered pages, including sample questions and the index. Second, the cons: it’s 63 pages of bullet points with little-to-no explanation of terms, examples, etc. William Manning appears to have done an admirable job of…
The 50th Law The greatest fear people have is that of being themselves. They want to be 50 Cent or someone else. They do what everyone else does even if it doesn’t fit where and who they are. But you get nowhere that way; your energy is weak and no one pays attention to you….
This morning I got stuck in an elevator for about 20 minutes during a power failure in the building. The ironic part? It’s the elevator that my colleague and I had thought would be most likely to screw up because it makes funny noises, doesn’t always know what floor it’s on, etc. Sigh.
In case you ever want to know, here are a couple pages that spell-out how to say “thank you” in hundreds of languages: http://www.deepestfeelings.com/holidays/thanksgiving/thank_you_in_many_languages.shtml http://www.etailersdigest.com/greetings/saythanks.htm
It seems something is amiss here at antipaucity.com – the CentOS Apache test page displays, when it should be displaying the main page of my blog 😐 Oddly enough, all direct links work fine. If anyone has some thoughts, I’d appreciate any feedback!
I’m a huge fan of the Discovery Channel series, Cash Cab. While in New York this week, I kept looking for the elusive 1-in-13000 cabs that Ben Bailey drives, hoping for the opportunity to hop in and play the game. Well, I didn’t have a chance to get in, but I saw the cab Tuesday…