June, 2004

  1. Ugh

    Today was the first day of Day Camp. Four more to go. I am completely exhausted. Unlike last week, which went by at sub-snail pace, this week should be over pretty quick. Unfortunately, that brings me one week closer to the end of summer, ergo b…

  2. I really hate thinking about college

    I really hate thinking about college. It’s not that I’m not looking forward to college, because I am. I am so pumped. It just requires such a paradigm shift. A shift I haven’t experienced a long time over 4 years. A shift that bring backs so many …

  3. Reconnecting with old friends

    I spent most of today tracking down people from my 8th grade class at Billings Middle School today. The project was really all Ted Kalmus’s idea. He suggested that I try and find out where everyone is. Well Ted, I did…almost. I tracked down ev…

  4. Big Antenna

    I was driving to SAAS to drop of some stuff and saw this tiny little car with this fricking huge antenna and thought it just might be worth writing about. Don’t mind the white blurry part, that’s just a crack in my windshield. Seeing as I was dr…

  5. I got a job…sort of

    I interviewed at Molly Brown Temp today. I knew about them becuase they supplied subsitute teachers for SAAS. Anyways, it looks pretty promising. Pay starts at about $10/hour and I have the opportunity to work at several different companies, so …

  6. 3D Images using Tachyons

    I was watching Bicentennial Man and this one scene comes on where Andrew Martin (Robin Williams) is chatting with Richard Martin (Sam Neill). Andrew, being a robot, is projecting a dancing scene from the wedding. Anyways, I got to thinking how…

  7. And I thought it couldn’t get any better

    Some of you may remember an incident a few months back when Jeff Staples went to Tolo. Long story short, a few of us guys got together and completely wrapped his date’s car in pallet wrapping plastic. It took about an hour and we got it all on film. I just happened to have saved…

  8. Ted Kalmus

    I didn’t know what else to call this blog, so i just labeled it Ted Kalmus. Who
    is Mr. Kalmus? Ted is my old 8th grade teacher, one of a few who have joined the
    ranks of teachers I truely enjoyed learning from. And not because they were
    ea…

  9. Poked, Prodded, and Pricked

    I went in for my physical today. You know, that biennial exam where you get to breathe deeply a few times and then cough. Anyways, being that I’m off to college, I needed to get my medical exam to ensure the fact that I, in fact, do not have any…

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