September, 2005

  1. Stewie Griffin Quotes

    Probably the two greatest quotes from Family Guy, found from Quinn’s Facebook Profile:

    "Ha! I got your hat! Take that, hatless! Now go back to the quad and resume your hackey sac tourney! I’m not gonna lay down for some frat boy bastard with hi…

  2. How to Tie a Tie

    I’m putting this here mostly for my own future edification (in addition to a blog, this site serves as a permanent scratch pad for my random stuff).

    ^ This is the tie I know how to do.

    Via digg via http://www.neckties.com/knots.php

  3. Nightly Builds

    I’ve made Nightly builds of my plugins available. Builds are only listed if anything has changed (using an MD5 checksum). Builds usually work because they are exact copies of what I use on my site, but I make no guarantee whatsoever. Have at it, e…

  4. 1.5 Billion

    The World Health Organization (WHO) is saying that 1.5 billion! (yes, billion) people will be obese by 2015. For the record, obese means having a BMI higher than 30. Now it’s important to note that I’m not bashing on obese people just because I ca…

  5. Buy “Best Buy” Below Cost

    A rather interesting article and good tips from an insider on how to push Best Buy sales tactics to your advantage and end up with the deal of a lifetime. This really only looks like it would work when you’re buying large items, like a new TV.read…

  6. I’m #1! I’m#1!

    In my ever increasing egotistical self-infatuation, I am finally ranked numero uno on Google for the search term "andrew ferguson" (without quotes, though). My life is now complete and it only took nine years!

  7. My Call to Lockheed Martin, et al.

    Here it is folks. I’m putting myself out on the market and I think you, Lockheed Martin, should listen. There is no doubt in anyone mind about the shortage of engineers being produced at American colleges and university’s. What ever the reason may…

  8. Moore’s Law Applied to Dating

    For those that haven’t the slightest clue as to what Moore’s law is, "Moore’s law is the empirical observation that at our rate of technological development, the complexity of an integrated circuit, with respect to minimum component cost will doub…