Sunday, October 31, 2004
Thursday, October 28, 2004
I am soooo sad that your relationship with Royce has ended. You 2 were together for almost 3 years, and it has taken the CC1 community by SHOCK. I can only imagine the pain you're going through. Please , take care of yourself, and don't even think of doing anything stupid. You are one of my closest friends in the whole world, and I care about you.
Wednesday, October 27, 2004
Sunday, October 24, 2004
Saturday, October 23, 2004
Thursday, October 21, 2004
Wednesday, October 20, 2004
Tuesday, October 19, 2004
Sunday, October 17, 2004
Wednesday, October 13, 2004
Sunday, October 10, 2004
Thursday, October 07, 2004
1: Treat the writing of a personal email as your would writing a letter. Check your
spelling and punctuation, and DO NOT USE CHAT ABBREVIATIONS!
2: If sending an attachment,let the recipient know it's coming. Attachments are the main
tool hackers use to plant viruses and such.
3: When emailing a message to more than 1 person, use the Blind Carbon Copy setting on
your email program, so that people can't see other people's addresses.
4: Instead of forwarding, if at all possible, cut and paste the pertinent information onto a new
email, so that the reader doesn't have to look through lots of forwards to get to it.
These suggestions should make your email experience much better!
Monday, October 04, 2004
|When I was 8 or 9 years old, and I was starting to get interested in History, my Aunt gave me a book about the presidents. Even though it had been printed in 1959, I loved that book. I never went anywhere without it, and finally, it just fell apart, it had been read to death. After spending 20 years looking for a replacement, I finally found an updated version of it, and this one's being taken care of:P What a gift!
Saturday, October 02, 2004
Yes, I was a Boy scout back when I was a kid. There are 2 trips we went on that I just can't help remembering. The first one, we were supposed to go on a skiing trip to some place in Va. Even though I was sick and my throat was killing me, I went, because my Dad was a leader in the Troop. BAD IDEA! We got there, got out gear out of the cars, and started hiking towards the cabin we were going to stay in. Man it was cold as hell out! Well, after a couple hours of walking, someone stopped looked at the map and said "Humm, something looks wrong here." Turned out that the map was in error, and that what was supposed to be a 3 mile hike was instead a 23 mile hike! Needless to say, after the leadership huddled together and decided to go back home, because it was too late at night to hike that far, I was the first one to start heading back. But, there were a few of the boys who wanted to keep on going, but they were told no. That was the closest thing to a mutiny that I have ever seen. When I got home, I slept for 2 days.
Our next adventure started about a year later. We were going to visit the training center for the Federal Emegency Preparedness Agency (FEMA). This time we didn't have to hike, but this time, the weather was a problem. It was obscenely cold, and the fireplace in the cabin we were in didn't put out enough heat......Now comes the neat part. The next night, we stayed in a gym, and slept along an indoor jogging track. There was also an indoor pool there. I had been told that it was there beforehand, but being 12 yrs old, didn't believe in it. While others had their swim suits, here I am swimming in my longjohns! Also, they had a 24 hr cafeteria there, which we made liberal use of. Now that is one trip I'll never forget!