I voted recently in the primary. I knew that I lived in a Republican county, but was somewhat surprised to discover that there is not a single Democrat running for office in Dent County. And nobody is running for County Attorney on either ticket.
I’ve been watching a number of cop shows lately. It’s getting to the point that if there is a Catholic priest involved, it’s a plot twist if pedophilia isn’t an angle.
I wish that Microsoft would let me just update all of the Windows updates required over a sustained period of time. Like, I say “update to current” on my laptop and let it sit in the corner over a weekend and then it will be done. I want to be updated and I can go a while without using it, but it can’t seem to just do one without the other and I don’t want to have to hand-hold it.
I upgraded one of my laptops to Vista and that thing is going to be upgrading until next year. Plus, it’s Vista. Wish me luck.
I’m going to keep saying this until I am blue in the face, but that Google Docs cannot handle documents greater than 500kb makes it impossible to take it seriously. Come on. 500kb? From the same people that trailblazed 2GB worth of email space?!
I would be remiss not to point out iPhone’s latest failing. But it’s not a failing, says Steve Jobs. As long as you hold it with three fingers while standing on one leg and hopping up and down it works perfectly. Non-issue. Somehow this is AT&T’s fault.
Arapaho, like Deseret, does not rely on air conditioning the same way that the south and southwest does. We happened to get a house with AC in it anyway. If the last few days have taught me anything, it’s that air conditioning will not be optional in the future.
Two days in a row I’ve gone to the local barber shop and two days in a row I’ve been told that they can’t see me today. They don’t take appointments. Maybe I’ll just grow my hair out shaggy. When it gets cooler, that is.
It seems that whenever I am travelling, I do so in bunches. I’m heading out to Delosa as we speak to spend time with relatives and see friends in Colosse. Then, two weeks after I get back, I’ll be flying out to the east coast for my cousin’s wedding. I’ll go from not having seen my parents in six months to seeing them twice on two different coasts!