Monday, October 24, 2011
Wednesday, October 5, 2011
I'm on my way home and saw on Twitter about Steve Jobs this is unbelievably terrible news. He had so much passion and was such a brilliant guy. You've got to watch this great speech that he gave. Thanks Steve
I know my friends from Integrated Stadium Seating (ISS)
Will miss Steve has well.
at 10:56 PM
Monday, October 3, 2011
As I'm sitting here with my arm in sling, browsing through Netflix and i've come across Cher: The Farewell Tour
I remember going to that concert. It was on a Saturday after a UT install. I had a friend of mine helping me out and we decided we would go after we were done. Well I'm looking back and this was in 2003. I had no idea it was that long ago.Completely different subject. But I had someone I used to know want to be my friend on Facebook. Keeping in mind that's the only time I'll look at Facebook if there is someone requesting to be my friend. So let me take just a quick second to please ask you to leave any comments on LOW not Facebook. Anyway I met this girl on a plane flying into Austin and long story short got her number and called her and she came to the stadium. This is when we used to have to put the trailers on the Hill as we called it and at gate 32 which in normal people terms all this tell you is that that's a lot of forklift driving. So she pulls up and has gotten out of her car and me and Pacey are there to greet her about that time my friend Mike Metze drives around the corner on a forklift. He stops to see who this strange creature thats visiting us late at night at the stadium and he says to her right off the bat. How are you going to drop a forklift with those high heels on? And without missing a beat she says back to him, Don't underestimate what I can do in heels. Anyway just thought I would share that random little memory I had of The Polar express Girl.
at 7:23 PM
I was going through some old things the other day and I found my dad's high school diploma. I pulled mine now and it's astonishing how much they're the same. So I went and had them framed. My dad went on to be the high school principal at Wall High School. I am very proud of him for doing that. It's quite an accomplishment. Now I'm thinking about if someone's going through my old stuff what are they going to find? And what are they going to think was an accomplishment for me?
at 4:43 PM
Saturday, October 1, 2011
I remember rolling up to the hospital in the back of the ambulance. I told the EMS guys as they were unloading me that I really appreciated their help and that they were fantastic. They told me no problem. Your tax dollars paid for it and kind of laughed. I thought great this Obama Care Stuff has already kicked in. That means I won't get a bill for the ride. At that moment I was loving this Obama Care Stuff. But today I got a bill for $604.34 for a 12 mile ride to the hospital. But let's not forget they did have to crawl up into the attic and get me so it was about an hour of labor as well. So evidently I was wrong!! This Obama Care Stuff has not kicked in. This was not covered by my taxes?? I called the billing number on my bill and said there must've been a mistake because the EMT guys told me that my taxes covered this and she politely told me that they where mistaken and did I want to make monthly installments? Darn!! I don't keep up with politics very much but therefore a second I was really starting to like this Obama Care Stuff. Whatever it is?
BTW: What do my taxes pay for? Oh that's right that war we are in, helping those people that don't want help. I am sure we will find those WMD's any day now.
at 7:46 PM