Monthly Archives: September 2004

SpaceShipOne was successful in it’s launch this morning and is currently awaiting confirmation that the flight qualifies under the rules of the Ansari X-Prize. Watching the ship go up was a heart pounding experience, especially during the few moments of unscripted tumbling. However the pilot appeared to have gotten the craft back in control quickly. … Continue reading

I received an email from a former employer of mine (Appraisal.com) stating that my membership as a Bronze Level appraiser was going to be upgraded to ‘Courtesy Membership.’ While this is very nice of them to upgrade my membership for free, I’m not sure how I will benefit from it as I am clearly not … Continue reading

A few weeks ago I finished reading Neil Pearts’ “Traveling Music – The Soundtrack to My Life and Times.” It was an enjoyable read allowing one to tag along with Neil on one of his travel adventures while listening to him discuss his various choices of listening pleasure. Some might find his descriptions of the … Continue reading

Soviet Space Shuttle Found In Bahrain?

Ok, I really think this is more coincidence than goddly, and the paths only show where the eye went; some of the blue counties were still affected by the storms (people who attribute random acts of nature to some goddly power are just plain nuts). It is kinda funny though…

They really shouldn’t let him talk. While in Poplar Bluff, Missouri President Bush made the following comment: “We’ve got an issue in America. Too many good docs are getting out of business. Too many OB-GYNs aren’t able to practice their love with women all across this country.” Practice their love with women? Yeah, ok, whatever … Continue reading

For the past few weeks I have been contemplating the upcoming election and considering going for that 3rd party vote once again. President Bush seems hell bent on taking away our liberties in the name of security; apparently he disagrees with Benjamin Franklin1. Mr. Kerry’s answers to some questions seem weak, especially on science related … Continue reading

After much work and re-arranging of the site structure, I am pleased to present to you the brand new Speljamr.com web site. Over the next few weeks I will continue to work on the features and design of the site. Some of the upcoming features will include a portfolio of work section and a library … Continue reading