Moving Day

Editor’s note: This photo is from a previous incarnation of the site; I had just packed sans roommate to move out of the awesome loft apartment we shared…

Breakfast of Champions

Editor’s note: This photo is from a trip to Atlanta back in 2007. They seriously need one out in San Diego. This is not a bad picture for a camera phone, and it even got included in some Atlanta hotspots book/brochure thing. I got introduced to the Flying Biscuit when I went up to visit …

Atlanta

Editor’s note: This photo is also from the Atlanta trip; I honestly had never tried to picture DL Hughley as a bouncer before that. It’s suprisingly effective. Atlanta at night as we drive around trying to find some new Chinese place in Atlantic Station. Turns out it wasn’t in Atlantic Station, so we ended up …

Sleeeeeeeepy cat

Editor’s note: This is one of the early photos of Wifecat. She was a stray that followed me into the house one day and never left. The first 6 months she was weirdly attached to me; she would follow me from room to room but never “cuddle” or curl up with anyone. She’s only slightly …

It’s all over but the shoutin’

Editor’s note: Another historical post. This relatively short post is deceptive. It’s hard to imagine what life changing events would grow out of it. It’s no secret anymore that the company I work for has been sold, and the news has really changed the atmosphere around my department and the company as a whole. It’s …

Oh what a tangled web we weave

Editor’s note:I was rereading this post before reposting it and at first I couldn’t remember what it was about. I remembered around the time I hit the second paragraph. I think it’s a little melodramatic but it’s still a decent piece of writing. In the chaos of moving, holidays, and my own enlightened self interest …

Not so fat Albert

Albert was the first neighbor we met after moving into the new place. Albert was roughly middle aged and didn’t really seem to fit in well. He drove a beat up Cadillac when he left his apartment which was rare, and he continually left his door open and blared hip hop music over the parking …