Monthly Archives: July 2006
Gibson’s Anti-Semitic Tirade — Alleged Cover Up – TMZ.com TMZ has learned that Deputy Mee audiotaped the entire exchange between himself and Gibson, from the time of the traffic stop to the time Gibson was put in the patrol car, and that the tape fully corroborates the written report. I really need this tape for … Continue reading
Google WiFi Mountain View Coverage Map Coverage of Google WiFi Mountain View access points shows that one of the access points is right next to my home. I’ll have to check it out when it goes live to see what type of upload and download speeds I can receive. This will be a nice backup … Continue reading
Final Fu This show is hilarious since the girls are so outmatched by the guys. I saw the episode where the twins were beaten badly by their respective male opponents. In the obstacle course competition, the girls also come in dead last. Comic books and action movies notwithstanding, women just aren’t built to fight like … Continue reading
Landis attacks in mountains, climbs to third I told him how much I was looking forward to Saturday’s time trial, when he would have the opportunity to salvage something from a Tour gone awry. His smile came back. “You know,” he said, “we may be able to get some of that time back today.” He … Continue reading
For those who are considering a Barracuda Network Device server Funny thread since Barracuda Network’s just down the street from my company. I occassionally see their Scion Xb all done up with their Barracuda graphics. Glad I’m running SpamAssassin and saving some money.
I had trouble working yesterday morning due to the Landis bonk on Stage 16. Today’s even worse with Landis’ miracle performance. Between all the articles, blogs and forums, it’s hard to keep my mind away from Floyd Landis. FLOYD LANDIS!!! Just don’t pull a Rasmussen on the TT, you crazy fool!
At 6:50 AM this morning, I turned on the TV to OLN for the morning check on the Tour. My mind went “WTF!!! WTF!!!” when I saw Floyd Landis was in the virtual yellow jersey with one more climb left in the stage. I had tears in my eyes as I ran back to the … Continue reading
I’m somewhat shocked and depressed that Floyd Landis cracked so badly today on Stage 16. It looks like the yellow jersey and even a podium finish may be out of reach for him now. I fell for his background, character, and attitude even before the news about his hip came out. The Hollywood story for … Continue reading
Schleck wins L’Alpe d’Huez; Landis back in yellow Landis is in yellow again. Now Phonak will have to protect the yellow jersey all the way to Paris. Leipheimer had a good day today, but a lot of riders have to crack, and he’s going to have to ride consistently in order for him to have … Continue reading
CIA – The World Factbook — Israel With all the recent unrest concerning Israel and its neighbors, I wanted to check out the size of the country. According to the CIA World Factbook, it’s slightly smaller than New Jersey and its population is only 6.3 million. No wonder it’s so concerned about its security – … Continue reading