Sold out…


Mobile Blogging from here.

I’m sitting at Ben & Jerry’s with a strawberry orange banana smoothie. Micheal and I showed up to the theater a little to late. The 9:45 showing of Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen was sold out. I hadn’t planned on staying out really late tonight; however, after driving this far and waiting this long to see it I might as well wait a little bit longer. We decided on the 10:20 showing instead.

Sadly, this will be my second time watching this movie and probably won’t be the last time before it leaves theaters.


ATT Live Day 2…

I had three awesome sessions. First was Top Issues in Groupwise. Second, the one session I was propably looking foward to the most was instructed by the famous Laura Chappell. She presented to us 20 problems with 20 solutions using Wireshark. By the way, she started ChappellU. In contrast to WiresharkU ChappellU consists of mulitple open source solutions and instructional videos and much more for what I consider “really inexpensive.” Finally, the last session I attended was titled Become a Linux System Admin Rockstar. I’m rock’n like a rockstar Linux style.


Drop in the Bucket

I was with some co-workers going to lunch one day and we were listening to the song, “Country Boy Can Survive” and a part of the song intrigued me. The lyrics were:

“…But he was killed by a man with a switchblade knife
For 43 dollars my friend lost his life
Id love to spit some beechnut in that dudes eyes
And shoot him with my old 45
Cause a country boy can survive
Country folks can survive…”

After I heard that I told my co-workers. “I’d like to do that one day, spit beechnut in some dudes eyes. I think I’ll add that to my bucket list.”

They laughed.


Twitter and WordPress…

After signing up for Twitter I took sometime to find out how to post my updates to my wordpress blog. As you can see I found out how to do that. For those of you who would like to do the same just reference this link. The link will take you to the forums on This is the information I used to get it rolling.


HSTI 2008 Day 1

Driving to Hot Springs was a long and lonely 3 hour drive. Since I was by myself I was able to drive around and see what Hot Springs has to offer. Fortunately I was able to hang out with some folks from other school districts that I knew.