Lex Luthor has always been the greatest of Superman’s Rogue’s Gallery, so the casting of Jesse Eisenberg has the Interweb in an uproar. But the casting makes perfect sense, whether you (or I) agree with it or not.
One of the most controversial but incontrovertible rights of an American is the right to keep and bear arms. But a DA and circuit judge in Mississippi’s Hinds County seem to believe they are above the law.
My Chicken Little instinct was sure that Bond was falling, if not fallen. Then Skyfall proved the little runt wrong.
This will be the final article chronicling the construction of this project. Another article may be posted later on setting up the machine and some of the tweaks I had to make, but the construction was the most unique part of the project.
In the second installment of this HTPC build, the Atari case is prepared for assembly. There’s a lot that goes into such a project, and this is where the rubber meets the road!
I’ve gradually noticed that I wanted to spend less time in the computer room. So I’ll be building a modern machine inside an Atari 5200 box as a home theater PC!
I’m a ringtone guy. I change them fairly regularly, if and when I find some I like. However, I’m not a believer in buying anything when there’s no need, and prices tend to be exorbitant for what you get.Because I’m a cheap rascal, I make my own from a variety of sources. Some people have asked me about how this is done.
I’m a fan of football. Having grown up watching and playing it, I see no time in the future where I won’t be watching it. It’s an “always have, always will” sort of thing.
But there are some things I could totally do without: see how many you agree or disagree with! I’m sure there’s other stuff I haven’t listed here, but those are the major ones.
I have hated the entire concept of eminent domain ever since the state came to my father and made him sell some of his frontage property in order to put an off-ramp from the newly four-laned federal highway 45 back when I was a child.
A big win for our Republic today, as the Supreme Court narrowly affirmed the right of Americans to keep and bear arms in their decision on District of Columbia V Heller today. This won’t result in a nationwide Castle Doctrine, though it would be nice, but at least the right […]
I’m a volunteer music director at my church, and, as such, I’ve gone through a number of accompaniment tracks over the years. During that time, I have acquired many tracks that were simply out of my vocal range or were too uncomfortable to deal with. Some time back, though, I […]
Often times, in discussions online and off, our stated principles, beliefs, and opinions earn us labels. Of course, labeling is a convenient means of categorizing a person and their beliefs in a set group that is easily identifiable, if not very accurate. More often than not is used as a […]
Posted on August 16, 2007 | 3 CommentsAll due apologies to Lynyrd Skynyrd. Just couldn’t resist that title. Seems like the only blogging I do these days occurs when something I see on television angers me to the point of ranting. And, as usual, the culprit is the Hannity & Colmes show. There was a segment tonight […]
Posted on January 29, 2007 | 2 CommentsIn today’s world, there doesn’t seem to really be many shining examples of leadership. I don’t personally believe we’ve had a credible leader since Ronald Reagan graced the nation by sitting in the Oval Office, and in the years since the end of his last term there have been very […]
Posted on December 3, 2006 | No CommentsMy opinion on this subject may not be considered worthwhile, as I don’t know the names and stats of every kid on every team in every conference of every division of college football. But anyone who does is a blithering moron for it, so I feel my thoughts are just […]
Posted on October 6, 2006 | 58 CommentsPractically nobody outside East Mississippi knows about or remembers Coach Bull Sullivan. He’s one of those legendary figures you hear about in hushed, reverent tones from the elders of the community. In my area, there are still a number of people around who played for him…such as one of my […]