Five favorite Nicolas Cage movies: Honeymoon in Vegas – 1992 Next – 2007 Wild at Heart – 1990 National Treasure – 2004 The Rock – 1996
Monthly Archives:: February 2009
And now, for your fitness fix, here is the recipe for the mega-awesome shake I had after the gym tonight: 4 ice cubes 1 cup 2% milk 2 cups water 1 banana 1 4oz Häagen-Dazs Coffee Ice Cream 1 raw egg 2 scoops Cytosport Chocolate Muscle Milk Throw everything into a blender. Hit the ice-crusher… Read more »
If you scroll to the bottom of this page, you’ll see that in my footer I display how long I’ve been publishing this site. It’s pretty simple to do this; all you really need is the DateDiff plugin and PHP’s default date() function.
I find it tremendously awesome that the mysterious and unbelievably cool Spaghetti Cat makes a cameo in the Fall Out Boy video for I Don’t Care.
This excellent presentation has been floating around the ‘net for a few days now, but I just got a chance to watch it. If you are confused and mystified by how everything seemed to suddenly fall into the toilet, by what caused your 401K to wither away, or just by why everyone is getting laid… Read more »
Five favorite Tom Hanks movies: The ‘Burbs – 1989 Sleepless in Seattle – 1993 Saving Private Ryan – 1998 Apollo 13 – 1995 You’ve Got Mail – 1998
There’s a woman in my office who also happens to be the lead singer of Eloise. If you happen to be in Los Angeles and you get a chance to catch a show, you really should. I haven’t been able to see them live yet, but I have several of their songs in heavy iTunes… Read more »
Here’s a handy list of all the WordPress plugins I’m currently using to publish this site.
I have been reading Batman stories for as long as I can remember. When I was a kid I used to gorge myself on Detective Comics, Batman, and — my favorite — The Brave and the Bold (which was back then always tales of Batman and Superman teaming to fight the bad guys). One of… Read more »
This weekend I finished reading It Never Rains in Tiger Stadium by John Ed Bradley. The book is the memoir of an LSU football player who decided to become a writer, but it is so much more than that. Bradley writes about coming to terms with no longer being on the team and his decades-long… Read more »