Tuesday, June 23, 2009

After a long, long pause...

Sorry I haven't added anything for a while.

I've been excessively busy both at work and home, as well as socially, and simply haven't had much time to write. I'll try to get some regular posting done in the future. For now, though... Back to work!

9 comments:

Pocket Nerd said...

Glad you're still alive and kicking!

David W. Irish said...

Too much so! :)

We've been slaving over our house, mostly, but my job is wicked busy. When we get home after work, we're too tired to want to do house work, so we do it on the weekend, and then we can't get anything else done.

Esra said...

First Michael Jackson dying, and now this? Too much tragedy.

Reynold said...

Look at it this way: You're employed!

And on an unrelated note, do you remember Bob Larson?

GeorgeRic said...

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PuraAbarca said...

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raviholy said...

Dave

Long time no speak! I know you're a busy guy and you clearly haven't done anything to weirdcrap for some time but I really would be grateful if you could remove the link to my (long since defunct) site on it (in the rec cty area). It keeps getting me into trouble cos people who don't understand technology come across it when googling me and hold me responsible for some of the 'potentially-offensive' material on it...:-) Many thanks and I must get hold of a copy of America's taliban some time...

Ravi Holy (raviholy@aol.com)

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