Last night Susan and I decided to divorce. 30+ days away from 15 years. We’ve both known it’s been coming for a while and we’ve tried to put things back together. But every time we talk it turns into a hugh arguement. Somewhere along the lines we’ve forgotten how to talk and how to be interested in each other’s lives. I haven’t lived at the house in a year. But at least we’ve found a way to work out the details.
So yeah . . . I said I was going to try and write something everyday. That hasn’t worked out as well as I would have liked but I’m working on it. But on to important things. I heard Mr. Roboto this weekend which reminded me of the whole album of Kilroy Was Here. I wonder how close we are to this view of the future? Continue reading
Thoughts form in my brain
festering below surface
my mind is the pus.
I don’t want to be decieved. Continue reading
So my wife has been telling me this for years but I failed to pay attention. It wasn’t until a discussion was held this past weekend when the words came tumbling out of my own mouth that I had to go, “Hey! wait a second”. Continue reading
This may be a bit late as I’m sure ever other Gen Xer has already said something about John Hughes and how hey affected their life. I wanted to be as cool as Ferris and have everything go my way. I tried several times to build a woman on my computer mainly with the Alter Ego which you can still play online. Continue reading
From wikipedia: The Rorschach test (German pronunciation: [ˈʁoɐʃax]; also known as the Rorschach inkblot test or simply as an Inkblot test) is a method of psychological evaluation in which subjects’ perceptions of inkblots are recorded and then analyzed using, depending on the psychologist, intuitive insight, complex scientifically derived algorithms, or both. Continue reading
The gym shooting incident worries me (http://tinyurl.com/nckvtq) about the future of blogs. For the record I haven’t read the blogs on this one but if what the news reports is even halfway true how long is it until someone in congress decides that in the interest of public safety all blogs must be read. Continue reading