Total Comments: 225 First Post On: 08/15/2005 10:49 PM Last Post On: 04/03/2010 01:37 PM #1) Monday, August 15, 2005
I remember this one time at this horn party, the horn chicks were like, all over Hubcap.
The horn chicks were talking about Hubcap for weeks after that.
Damn, Hubcap was the coolest.
*sigh* The good old days.
#2) Tuesday, August 23, 2005
The last time I "celebrated" my birthday, I received a Happy Birthday Dog Pile from the trumpet section.
#6) Tuesday, September 20, 2005
...and oh yeah, you've definetly have squirrels in your attic. I'd call an exterminator right away. You don't want the little buggers getting too comfortable in there. Next thing you know....midnight fridge raids.
#7) Wednesday, October 05, 2005
And you notice that is was at 12:22am? That is only two hours away from 2:22! That's just too many twos to be coincidental!
It's gotta be a conspiracy!!!
#8) Thursday, October 06, 2005
I always thought that was a Chia-Toilet. That would be cool to have. You'd never have to clean it. In fact, it would be better if you missed once in a while.
That and Chia-Floor.
#9) Tuesday, October 11, 2005
My clearance paperwork just went in. I hope to beat your time by at least six months. Well see what happens.
And Legos are far better. Once you are done with them, you have a great toy to play with. And if you get bored with it, you can tear it apart and use your imagination and combine it with other Legos to make up new things. Let me see you try that with do-it-yourself furniture!
Oh yeah! I opened the window in the winter and you put a sweater on...
#11) Thursday, October 13, 2005
1. I cannot keep a philodendron alive. I am the only person I know that cannot keep a philodendron alive. I cannot even spell philodendron on my own. I have copy and pasted your spelling of philodendron for this item. I applaude your ability to spell philodendron. It may not even be the correct way to spell philodendron, but since I don't know any better, I will continue to spell it as philodendron. Perhaps the reason I cannot keep a philodendron alive is because I cannot spell philodendron. Or perhaps it is because I don't remember to water it.
2. I too pull out my old video games on occasion. Actually, I don't pull them out. I emulate them on the PC (but that's besides the point). As I have gotten older, I have gotten much worse at playing them. The last several times I have tried to play The Legend of Zelda, I have not even made it past the third dungeon. I attribute all of this to my inability to see past crappy 8-bit graphics and horrible gameplay (and repatative gameplay I might add). I often wonder how I could have wasted so much of my childhood playing these games. I wonder what I could have accomplished in my life if I hadn't wasted so much time with them.
#12) Friday, October 14, 2005
Hey, thanks. I totally forgot that today was my birthday until I did an ls -al (+1 geek skill) at work this afternoon and saw that some files said Oct 14 next to them. For some reason I thought my birthday was tomorrow.
Ah well. 27 doesn't feel any different that 26......except...wait...I feel.....nevermind, just gas.
(See Anna, that's how you do ellipses!)
Dave and I were just reminicing last night about the pony keg on the trip to WVU. I wonder how many laws I broke doing that?
The front of the bus, the front of the bus, the front of the bus SUCKS!
Oh, and that crazy guy in the trumpet section was named Ed. He was in my rank. He was alot of fun even though he was quite weird.
Probably a good fit for my rank.
Have a good weekend Y'all.
#13) Friday, October 14, 2005
Oh, and don't worry if you forgot my real name. I still have friends to this day that don't know or remember my real name. I've made an effort over the last 10 months to get people to start calling me Dan. I decided it was time to grow up. It's not working well. Mainly because I still don't respond to Dan sometimes.
Hideous is one of those words that I always feel I am spelling wrong and have to look up to reassure myself that I am spelling it right.
#16) Friday, November 04, 2005
I would assume in Finale 2006, they have devised a plugin that reads your mind and automatically transcribes exactly what you are thinking?
If not, why Finale 2006?
I think the marketing tagline for Finale 2007 should be "This version lets you write music, just like the last five versions!"
Of course, my open and honest idea of marketing is why I'm an engineer.
#17) Monday, November 07, 2005
I like trying new things. Tonight I will be trying a new brand of frozen pepperoni pizza. While I was in the freezer section trying to decide on which one, I thought I might try something other than pepperoni, but decided that would just be too much newness for me in one shot.
#18) Monday, November 07, 2005
Initial results are in. Fruchetta Brick Oven Pizza gets 4 stars for taste, 1-1/2 stars for texture.
I will cook the next one according to the crispy directions.
Tomorrow will also be the cold-pizza review of tonight's sample. I'll let you know how it goes.
However, at $5 per pizza, it may not remain on my list for very long. I may have to go back to making my own pizzas.
(Why you ask? Because, apparently, I live in the pizza dead-zone. Four pizza places within 10 miles of me, and none will deliver. Somehow, I feel my rights as an American have been violated. I should sue.)
#19) Tuesday, November 08, 2005
What's really effective is to roll your head around in one big circle while keeping you eyes sqarely fixed on the person when you say "oh no u dinant".
That really completes the whole "big-fat-pissed-off-black-woman" routine.
#29) Wednesday, December 14, 2005
Please explain to me the laws of physics or the poor construction methods of modern vehicles that should prevent me from driving 90 miles an hour down an straight, empty Texas highway...
#30) Wednesday, December 14, 2005
I must be one of those 99% of people that isn't responsible enough to make decisions for myself or live my own life. Oh if only the government would do it for me, I'd be so much better off....
Those little f'ers will drive on the wrong side of the road to get around a traffic jam.
#32) Monday, December 19, 2005
Ha! I'm glad I'm not the only one keeping a VT Photocopy card around. Mine still has $4 on it. There's no way I can throw it away with that much still on it. At least I keep mine in my wallet in case I ever need to make a copy while I'm in the Burg.
And yes, I still remember Egghead. I may still have my discount card for them too.
#33) Wednesday, December 21, 2005
You forgot the rule about attempting to park on top of the 6 foot pile of snow even when driving a 2WD car. Those are my favortites.
Just because you see me backing out of a spot on top of a mountain of snow does not mean your Acura is capable of the same feats.
And no, I will not help you get your vehicle down off the pile even though I do have a winch which could do it. Have a merry Christmas.
#34) Thursday, December 22, 2005
Yeah, I believe the little retard is right, that is the BC game. Sun down was near the end of the game. I believe we also crushed BC in that game.
I think that is the picture that they abused for the VT MasterCard as well.
#37) Monday, January 02, 2006
I distinctly recall staying the night in a hotel room after the Orange Bowl. I distinctly remember this because I did all my drinking the night BEFORE New Year's on that trip. I wasn't a very smart freshman.
Oh, and I'd hardly call them cheap. We had four days in Miami around New Years. Nothing cheap about that.
Turn the bus around.....you ain't got no green card!
Ever since that trip, I have a seething hate of Gloria Estefan.
#38) Friday, January 06, 2006
I don't recall ever seeing a no left turn sign on a merge lane going onto a highway in the state of Maryland.
Perhaps Marylanders are just far superior drivers.
Or perhaps we don't give a rat's ass if someone trys that little stunt.
Or perhaps I can't see the sign blur by as I descend on the highway at 90 MPH.
I am after all, a superior Maryland driver with the ability to weave in and out of traffic at high speed.
#45) Wednesday, January 11, 2006
9x9 sudoku only? Are we writing a program for elegance or will any program do? Just brute force it. It's only 9!x9! combinations possible, and when you start out with a few starting positions, I'm sure that number comes way down. And a few more easy rules to get started....oh wait, I'm sounding like acomputer geek...why would you want to write a program to do that?
#60) Wednesday, February 01, 2006
Although your leap-day code may be working (well find out for sure in the year 2008), your code to display-previous-days-this-week-even-though -they-may-be-in-last-month code seems to forget how many posts there were on those days.
#62) Friday, February 10, 2006
If you want an example of a 400-sqft living space, the IKEA in College Park, MD has the "complete euro-hippie" house setup. Go upstairs, follow the conformist path to IKEA goodness until it makes a hard right hand turn into the kitchen furniture section. At that turn, there is a little cubbyhole setup. Sit down in there and try to imagine that you live there every single day.
#69) Friday, March 10, 2006
I just finished cleaning my garage enough to get my Jeep in. It's almost spring and that means I need the emergency space for the Jeep in case the top is down and it starts to rain.
Anyhow, while cleaning, I found my bowling ball which I have owned since 1997. I remember going to Squires every Tuesday and playing three games ($0.75 before noon).
I haven't used the ball since then. I have no excuse as I have two bowling establishments within six miles of my house.
Let me know when bowling night is and I will travel the excesive miles to join you.
#70) Friday, March 10, 2006
In my senior year AP English class, we read Hamlet as a play because the teacher had no lesson plan. It took us a full quarter to read through it aloud. This is AP mind you.
Nowadays, I can read through Hamlet in three sittings.
I suspect that I and all my high school senior bretheren (and sisteren) were illiterate.
#71) Friday, March 10, 2006
I have a friend named Thor. That's his real name. He actually looks like a Thor too.
#73) Monday, March 13, 2006
Mmmmm.... Bacon cheeseburger on a Krispy Kreme. All they need to do is batter dip it and deep fry it. Then they can sell them at the Texas State Fair.
#74) Tuesday, March 14, 2006
I just threw away my Construx last year. My parents asked me to get all my crap out of their basement (I don't understand why as it is still full of their crap). As Construx are far inferior to modern day Lego Technics, I threw the Construx away.
#75) Wednesday, March 15, 2006
Anna, though you may look like a cross between Chelsea Clinton and "The Rock", let me be the first to say, your butt is not as big as Mariah Carey's.
And wow Brian, I never noticed, but you do have Carl Sagan's nose. I guess that's why your so smart.
I'm going to melt every last Corea LP I have right now!
#79) Monday, March 27, 2006
There's a Pico iPod? Somehow I doubt they will continue with this naming scheme as the marketing or the Femto iPod will be quite difficult. Maybe they should just skip a few and go straight to the Zepto iPod. I might buy something named Zepto.
#87) Tuesday, April 11, 2006
I'm glad I contributed in some small way to the World's Largest Pep Band Book. (May God have mercy on my soul).
I want royalties!!!!
#88) Wednesday, April 26, 2006
I see how it is..."All us'n Virginians"! Don't invite the Marylander bowling. We don't want his kind around...
Well hmmmpht to you too!
#89) Thursday, April 27, 2006
You should have gone out there and started teaching them the finer points of the "Musical Rumble". I'm sure if you can find a few Italian kids to mix in with the Hispanics, they'll be quite good.
#100) Monday, May 15, 2006
Yeah, god forbid that the people that work 60 hours a week for 40 hours worth of pay get promoted over the people that work 20 hours a week for 40 hours of pay. I mean, that would be rediculous.
#104) Tuesday, May 16, 2006
There's nothing wrong with creamed corn, although I'll admit my mothers homemade is way better than the stuff out of the can.
I still want to know how they get ALL of the silk off the corn before they put it in the can.
#105) Wednesday, May 17, 2006
I've had a crush on Alyssa Milano ever since she was on Who's The Boss? That was like 20 years ago. You would think the crush wuold have worn off by now, but no....alas.
#106) Tuesday, May 23, 2006
I had three wisom teeth extracted two days before going to Tech for my freshman year band camp. It in no way affected my embouchure. The pain killers made it that much easier to play rediculously loud and high.
Heh heh. High.
#107) Friday, May 26, 2006
I may actually cause three people to leave the state of Virginia at the same time this weekend.
I hope the state can manage without its tax base for a while.
#108) Tuesday, May 30, 2006
So you spent the evening watching The 4400 rather than spending quality time at my party? I'll try not to ruin it for you with spoilers, but here's a description of what you missed.
The burgers were tasty and right on the mark for doneness. People drank and ate for 8 hours. Noone got food poisoning. And Dave died in a horrbile mishap with the tiki torches....
OOoo. I guess that was a spoiler. Nevermind.
That's OK, it's already rumored that he will be back for the next party.
#109) Tuesday, May 30, 2006
Dave has always had burger approval rights in his contract. He was demanding more bacon for next season so I quickly wrote him out. I relented after ratings went down though.
#110) Monday, June 05, 2006
Does the bacon cooking gadget make the bacon end up with a crease in it, or is it possible to lay the bacon out flat again after cooking?
Although, I have to say, when time is plentiful, I enjoy cooking bacon. There's something about the sense of mild danger when cooking with a pan full of scalding hot pork fat that really helps to get the day started.
Yeah, and Phillip, my Dad just had quadruple bypass surgery last week, so have some bacon in his honor. Cause he won't be having any time soon!
#114) Wednesday, June 14, 2006
For fun, someday, you should mow your yard in a spiral starting from the center. When you get to the borders, just start overlapping until you get to an unmowed area where you can continue the pattern.
This only works in relatively square yards that are roughly flat and lush.
For added fun, offset your spiral center in the yard.
Then go upstairs and look out the window and enjoy.
#115) Thursday, June 15, 2006
Ms. Vickie's Potato Chips come in a variety pack of plain, BBQ, and Jalepeno. All are quite tasty. The 36 pack also costs $0.33 less than similar Frito-Lay products. A win-win combination.
I am going to the beach this weekend. Rehoboth to be specific. This is my family's choice of vacation since as long as I can remember. I suspect that I am now one of the old timers who grip about the town not being the way it used to be.
I suspect though that I will not mind and still manage to have a good time.
Mainly because I will be with friends and not at work.
I suspect that if I could convince my friends to come out here to the "sticks" for several days straight, I could have just as much of a good time at home.
However, noone should ever consider my house a vacation destination.
#125) Tuesday, August 08, 2006
I tend to think new humans become socially acceptable to display in public once they are house broken and can form complete sentences.
Prior to that, they are no different than a parrot minus the attractive plumage and should be treated as such.
#126) Monday, August 14, 2006
It makes perfect sense. They close down at midnight Saturday night (which is actually midnight Sunday morning, but well let them slide on that common mistake). They then reopen on Sunday at 6am.
Presumably they close down to get a little cleaning and restocking done. But since they have to do this the other six days of the week, it is more likely that they close down for six hours so their frozen turkey bowling league can go unseen.
They advertise themselves as 24 hours a day. Not 7 days a week. I see no problem with such subterfuge. In fact, I encourage it. Anyone who feels the need to do their grocery shopping at 4am Sunday morning deserves to pull up to the store and yank on the locked door.
#127) Monday, August 14, 2006
I recall doing some 2am grocery shopping at Kroger during college. But in my defense, it was a weeknight and I was pulling an all nighter.
At 4am Sunday morning, the only place you're allowed to go to is IHOP.
I couldn't even get my moutain bike for that little and I have to peddle that POS.
#130) Tuesday, August 29, 2006
I would also surmise that if this guy is such a hard core gamer and more interested in the story than actually playing a game, then his attention span is too short to spend more than a few days cheating at a game. With that said, at $45-$70 a game (I assume that is what they cost, I haven't bought one in several years), he can't be bothered to actually pay for the games either. He is probably stealing the games too. Someone that cares should look into that angle.
(Note, I didn't actually need the parenthesis around stealing, but felt it balanced out the two sets of parenthesis earlier in my post).
#131) Monday, September 18, 2006
I once started writing a composition in high school. It was during my Spanish phase. I was well into it before I realized it sounded like the perverted love child of Chick Corea and Maynard Ferguson (and believe me, that love child would be a pervert!) I dropped it and have never looked back.
What a waste of $500 that Finale was. I was so much better off just "borrowing" your copy B.
LEARN - That the only reason 74% of all threats against federal employees are against IRS employees is because USPS employees are no longer classified as federal employees by the FBI.
LISTEN - The title of the song with Anna's melody should be "The Legend of Zelda, A Link To The Jazz Club".
#145) Wednesday, January 10, 2007
I think you should do your blog in the style of a choose your own adventure novel for a while. And no matter what choices we the readers make of the course of several weeks, at the end, we end up dying.
#146) Friday, January 19, 2007
The human tounge can gain a tolerance to spicy foods in much the same way that a human liver can gain a tolerance for alcohol. Unfortunatly, the human anus never develops a tolerance to spicy poop.
(Heh heh, I just mentioned the tounge, liver, and anus in the same paragraph...heh heh!)
#147) Tuesday, January 23, 2007
WTF is Chris Li wearing a tie to poker night? Was this covered on ESPN 8 "The Ocho" and my TiVo forgot to record it?
#149) Monday, February 05, 2007
I vote for CARAMEL bannisters and a MILK CHOCOLATE accent stipe for the wall. If you can fit a ROASTED PEANUT color in there somewhere maybe you can tie down a sponsorship from M&M Mars to get the rest of your house painted in snack food theme colors.
#150) Monday, February 05, 2007
I don't know about the rest of the week, but I bet you visit Popeyes at least once for lunch in you week off.
#153) Wednesday, March 14, 2007
Wow! One on my first pass. This is harsh. Two are driving me crazy because I feel I should know them. The others I have absolutely no idea about.
I think the winner will get four right.
#154) Thursday, March 15, 2007
Every possible melody and every possible chord progession has alredy been written. Don't believe me? Just look it up in the book of Bach Chorals. Seriously, there are only so many possible combinations or notes and rhythms, and with millions of people spewing out music, I'm sure we've heard them all.
#156) Monday, March 26, 2007
And that Probability and Statistics for Electrical Engineers (and Computer Engineers and Computer Scientists) was a load of CRAP! There wasn't a single problem that was tailored to my degree. Not one mention of a computer or an electron. All it was, was an attempt to get all of us idiots that didn't care about real math out so we wouldn't screw up the grading curves. I won't mention which way we would have screw them up. I'll leave that to the reader....
#158) Tuesday, May 08, 2007
I find it interesting that you mention a Nude Gay Pride Parade in a post about Rehoboth Beach.
Little San Fransico indeed!
#159) Wednesday, June 20, 2007
Ha ha! I still have a half used bottle of that after shave too. Somehow I've toted it along all these years thinking I may still get some use out of it. Too bad I grew a beard.
#160) Monday, June 25, 2007
As a side note, Debbie Hall was married off this weekend as well. I would post you all a picture, but for the first time in my life I didn't take a camera to a social event.
To all the happy newlyweds, congratulations!
#161) Thursday, July 12, 2007
Liza, Bill and Ted sounds like a great movie if only they could get Keanu Reeves to sign on.
Wild Stalyons Rule!
#162) Wednesday, August 01, 2007
Thanks for making the site not work in Firefox and making me use Internet Explorer. I hope your stock in Microsoft is doing well.
#163) Monday, August 06, 2007
Ah, the day of the 120 lbs. CO2 missile. That same day, I marched in a homecoming parade, had a bungee cord (that was not doing a good job of holding a CO2 missile in its place) snap and slice the back of my hand open, and oh yeah, we lost to Temple. Generally speaking, a bad day. I hate parades.
#164) Friday, August 17, 2007
Good thing you aren't going to a real beach. Then you would have to have some real fun on your real time off.
#166) Wednesday, October 17, 2007
STAT 4714 was segregated so that the EE/CpE/CS crowd wouldn't dumb down the course for the other people that actually cared about it.
Was CS 3724 taught by Col. Sanders when you took it?
CS 1044 was the only CS course I took where I actually learned something that I still use today in my job. I only took two EE/CpE classes where I learned something I still use today. I learned nothing of value from any other department. That to me says that CS is the 2nd most important department at Tech. My logic must be flawed somehow.
#169) Tuesday, October 30, 2007
I've had the pleasure of handling both hand woven core memory (1K) and machine woven core memory (4K). All I can say is 360K! Yikes! I bet that weighed almost as much as a small car.
#174) Friday, February 08, 2008
Just on a whim, I looked up Plinkette to see how the ol gal stacks up. I was amazed to see that there are two other people in the world who would name their toon Plinkette. Or else you have two more Plinkettes in other realms. How many Plinkettes do you have?
#175) Monday, February 11, 2008
I spent all Saturday rearranging my garage. I needed full access to the entire back wall of the garage so that I could tear out the work bench and all the drywall. This is all in preparation to re-frame the back wall prior to putting the addition on the back of the garage.
I too got very excited the first time I walked into the garage on Sunday and saw everything had changed. You're right about how quickly we can forget what we have done.
I'll come help rearrange the nursery if you come over to help me rip out drywall.
#176) Tuesday, February 26, 2008
I would like to see my tax dollars spent teaching young Americans that there is not a dark side of the moon, only a far side.
#177) Wednesday, February 27, 2008
Yeah, no point in having them clean four teeth that are just going to be ripped out in a month or two....
#179) Thursday, February 28, 2008
Oh, and I think you meant that I missed #4. I named it Hot. Is that the name of the album? I didn't even try to answer #7.
#180) Thursday, February 28, 2008
You can't imagine how much time I wasted trying to get #9. I listened to just about every song from every group I could think of that was known for two guitars. You know what kind of hell I went through by listening to that much Queensryche?
#181) Thursday, February 28, 2008
Yes, I know. That makes me more ashamed that I didn't recognize it. It's not like I don't watch that movie a dozen times a year...
#182) Monday, March 10, 2008
..."or shatter the dreams of the one's who thought that being Drum Major would get them lots of women (it does not)"
#185) Friday, May 09, 2008
Ah, t'wer only I was an EE, BU, I'd immediately get on that for you. But alas, as a lowly CpE, I will have to make a half-hearted attempt at doing that in software alone. I'll use assembly though to make it look like it will work if only I can figure out that one last bug...
#186) Monday, June 16, 2008
WOW! Tops damage and tops healing all while going "woo woo!!!". I'm impressed.
You play that game way too much!
#187) Monday, June 23, 2008
They probably saw all the wildlife because the fat boy scout troop was ahead of them on the trail dropping their foods all over the place. And they were fat so the bears came out to take a look too.
#189) Wednesday, July 23, 2008
Perhaps you can start a new weekly feature on the site where you update everyone on your more recent bowel movements?
#190) Monday, August 04, 2008
Nice site. You should sell the source code for the site online and make like, $10 for the next name that tune contest prize!
Seriously. Soon. Right?
#194) Wednesday, August 20, 2008
"all pieces will be the same mulatto colouring, with sides determined based on ability"
How will you know which pieces can jump higher and move faster if they are all the same color?
#195) Friday, August 29, 2008
Just an aside. They no longer use pressure switches for traffic control. That ended about 30 years ago. Since then, they have been using Hall Effect sensors in the road. Essentially, just a big loop of wire. They are much less prone to breaking.
So the guy probably did trip the sensor.
But he is still a giant douche for stopping in the middle of the intersection.
#196) Friday, September 05, 2008
I spent many a day trying to figure out how you managed to wake up on time when I roomed with you. I never did here that damn watch of yours beep.
I on the other hand have no problem smacking the snooze button on the world's most annoying alarm clock even when it is placed across the room. I'm still amazed that I can sleep through an hour-and-a-half of snooze alarms and not remember getting up to hit the snooze button.
#197) Wednesday, September 10, 2008
I'm waiting for some one to make a home shredded that can shred a whole hard drive. Until then, I will continue with the sledge hammer.
#198) Tuesday, September 30, 2008
Lactose-intolerance fart jokes are funny until you are stuck in a van with Debbie Hall after she has a milk shake.
#200) Tuesday, December 09, 2008
People wasting time at the gas pump getting those last few drops in. Its not like they aren't going to be near a gas station in a few days when their tank starts getting low.
#202) Monday, December 22, 2008
I like money and random number generators. Tell your random number generator I'll be her friend if she picks me.
#203) Monday, January 05, 2009
Becca's new avatar makes me think that Virginia Tech is a dangerous place with lots of flying corrosive chemicals, thus necessitating the need to wear eye protection at all times.
Or perhaps that is just to keep the state required 75% of Virginia resident students from poking their eyes out with the compass from the freshman engineering kit.
#204) Monday, January 05, 2009
Oooo... And look! My avatar grew a beard and pulled his shirt down off his head! Me likey.
#205) Monday, January 26, 2009
Actually, our main sequence star we call The Sun will eventually turn into a red giant and consume the inner planets in a fiery inferno that boils off all our atmosphere.
The liberals will of course blame this on CO2 levels as the result of mankind's dependence on fossil fuels whilst holding a press conference from Al Gore's Head's palace on Europa as the outside temperature drops to 80 below.
#206) Wednesday, January 28, 2009
So what are the odds that they let CS majors into the Prob & Stat for Engineers course? Display it as a Poisson distribution.
#215) Thursday, June 11, 2009
I cried inside the day those black t-shirts arrived. What a horrible print job. The original artwork was actually pretty nice. I spent a lot of the summer of '98 working on that image too. Oh well.
#216) Monday, June 15, 2009
Annual beach week/end. This is where I rent my parents' beach house in Rehoboth. And by rent, I mean pay them nothing and invite all my friends down. There will be drinking. This year's new event is a planned tour of the Dogfish Head Brewery in Milton, DE. Somehow, I will work clowns into the plans...
#223) Thursday, August 27, 2009
I'm Beavis (aka Dan). I'm thirty. I just moved two tons of wood pellets and am exhausted. But now I can heat my house for the winter. I also just racked the latest five gallons of beer to secondary. It will be done in another week. Then I have to wait two weeks for it to age before I can drink it. I am sad. Football starts next weekend. So I am happy.
Oh yeah. I don't have any babies either. So I am happy.