So, I get up on Thursday, and what to my wondrous surprise should I see? Why, tiny white flakes flitting down from the sky!? It’s freakin’ October 2nd! It’s not supposed to bloody snow! Oh well. I have been secretly hoping this past winter was the benchmark…. like I said… [b]Hehehehehehe… not funny….[/b]
In the infamous (or maybe not so infamous) words of Queensryche – “There’s a Revolution calling”! Mere moments ago, nay maybe longer, regardless… mere moments ago in Darryll-time, the new Full-Length, Squidy Kickin’, pixel arranging, green type havin’ Trailer was posted for Matrix – Revolutions! Go here! Matrix Revolutions Trailer (downloadable using this link) Go … Read more
Hehehehe. Like a kid in a candy store am I. I have been struggling with the question of how I to be able to do more Photography with a growing family and shrinking spare time. After much sea-sawing, flip-flopping, hemming and hawing – I have deliberated to a solution! I bought a scanner today, well … Read more
I got a bug in my bonnet the other night that I had to redo my little Blog here, but not just redo it, redo it in Flash. So here it is gang, a flash based Blog. Yeah, yeah – I know. It’s not done yet. Deal with it. It’s cool and you know it!
You know you’ve got yourself a real keeper when the guys puttin’ in your new furnace take a gander at the old one, and can only muster a “whoa mama”. You have to understand the old furnace to get a “true” picture of the “whoa mama-dom” of it all. It measured close to 20 square … Read more
Puppies… puppies are like clowns, everyone likes clowns…. right? Sure they do, you betcha! The latest and greatest addition to the DeCoster homestead is Goddard, a 15 pound bundle of feet, fur and fangs. He is an adorable 2 month old Weimereiner who takes after his name-sake; Robert Goddard & and The Goddard Space Flight … Read more
In my endeavors to entertain myself over the past few weeks (sans wife and squirt), I have been traveling around my new home. The landscape of the surrounding area is surprisingly similar to that of Oregon, with really one a single outstanding difference: no mountain. The numerous parks, scenic drives and quaint little towns that … Read more
Most recently, I spent the weekend with a my old friend Ted, in Virginia. We spent the most of the weekend plodding around the DC Metro area. We started out at the Pentagon on Saturday afternoon, and after a brief run-in with a very… dedicated? Sergeant, we were on our way. You see this Army … Read more