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I quit the radio business. With 2 weeks notice, I'm on through Labor Day. Is that irony? I don't really have a good excuse, other than I'd rather be at home on Saturday than at the radio station. My usual methods of talking myself out of it (free concert tickets, free t-shirts, etc) have dried up anyway... and my weekend shift doesn't even buy a tank of gas anymore. (Even before Katrina.) 21 years is a good run though... and who knows what the future holds.

LKLF: I've been married 3 times. 1987-1990, 1993-2002, 2005-Present. Ironically, wife #1 dumped me for a jarhead. Wife #3 is a former jarhead.

My website was actually linked from some college kids blog. He seemed impressed that I email NASA asking why we don't have a webcam on the moon. There is nothing impressive about that... if they had emailed me back... that might have been something. If they had actually installed a webcam, THAT would have been impressive. (After all, that movie set they used for the moon landings has to still be around....)

I stumbled upon one of the greatest shows ever.... Penn and Teller's "B*llsh!t". I caught all of Season 3. I guess I'll have to rent the first two, as it has been replaced by "Huff" on the InDemand choices.

The Wedding Crashers and The 40 Year Old Virgin are two of the best movies I've seen in the last 10 years. I think it's funny how every media outlet laments the "woes of Hollywood", and not a single one seems to recognize that we're paying $8+ a ticket... AND we have to sit through commercials before the movie starts. Rehashed movie themes can still be creative, but 8 bucks is 8 bucks.

"You know how I know you're gay? You listen to Fleetwood Mac's Silver Springs"

LKLF: I have 2 sisters, both younger.

If Santa Anna had only been patient, he wouldn't have had to suffer through the negative PR of the Alamo, and still gotten what he wanted.

I'm afraid to watch Risky Business. I liked Tom Cruise a lot more before I thought he was certifiable. (When those Scientologist handlers want you to simmer down though, your ass disappears.) Since you have to give them all your nasty secrets when you join up, and Nicole Kidman doesn't have custody of their kids anymore, it makes you wonder what she told them.

Back to kick ass TV: Battlestar Galactica. Wow. At this rate it's about to tie Deadwood. F*ck!ng Wow. I was looking up Michelle Forbes on IMDB (because I made the mistake of finally watching Kalifornia) and found out that they're getting ready to work in two Pegasus episodes this season. She's no Lloyd Bridges, but then again Baltar banging Starbuck would have just been creepy in the old series.

Running my own webpage is fun. I highly recommend it. My webbug keeps reporting all kinds of neat searches that lead people to my site. My nude picture of Mariska Hargitay seems to be a favorite, and all the weird tech shit I post. It is creepy to see searches for "Chris Lester Guam" though.

On the 8th day, I think God really did make sweet tea.

It won't check your grammar... but the new Google Toolbar will check spelling on webforms.  Keep an eye on them though... I suspect they are more devious than Bill Gates, they just aren't rich enough to prove it... yet. (And by the time they are, we'll all be running OSX.)

We all owe a big debt of gratitude to Internet porn, it drives the technology. Face it, a 56k modem can surf just fine, but broadband makes those titties load justlikethat.

LKLF: My mom is real, but "Dad" adopted me at the age of 8. (They married when I was 5.) My mom and bio-dad divorced when I was 1.

"Don't you draw the Queen of Diamonds, boy. She'll beat you if she's able. The Queen of Hearts is always your best bet... but what if the Queen of Diamonds has really big tits?" --Eric McGuire.

Nelson rocked. Apparently the assbags at VH1 don't agree though. They seem to land a seat in every negative countdown the show puts together. This from the same people that said Clinton on Arsenio was a greater moment than The Beatles on Sullivan. "I can't face another night on my own...."

I'm sorry, but I think one of the greatest cover song ever is Jimmy Buffett's rendition of "Uncle John's Band"... then again... I think "Fool In The Rain" is Led Zepplin's greatest song ever. Speaking of which, it wasn't until last year that I learned that Quiet Riot's biggest hit was a cover.

Those French sure are some peace loving, civilized folks. We should be more like them, and use live kittens and puppies for our fishing trips.

My son was playing the demo of MLB 2006 yesterday. And to think I thought Saucer Attack on the C64 was the sh!t.

They keep moving the average life expectancy. I'm due for a mid-life crisis sometime, but I'm have a bit of an issue locking down when. Doing it late will just seem empty.

"You know how I know you're gay? You like walking through Linens 'N Things."


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