January 7th, 2010
|08:57 pm - OWOWOWOW DAMMIT STOP POKING ME OKAY I'LL UPDATE|
How long has it been since I've actually sat down and made a meaningful journal entry? I missed my annual recap on my birthday. I missed posting my list of doomed-to-fail resolutions. I didn't say a word about my car accident in October, or my trip to Puerto Rico in December, or buying a PS3 and becoming addicted to Dragon Age: Origins. So what am I going to say now?
I don't know.
I'm pretty happy with life right now. I've got a good job in a bad economy and I'm financially secure, and I have a wonderful girl who could not be more perfect for me. There are things I could improve about myself, but really, I can't complain about anything.
Happiness breeds contentment, though, and I don't want to be content with where I'm at now when I could improve my life even more. So here's my first New Year's resolution: going to the gym at least three times a week.
So far, I'm failing. What else is new?
September 26th, 2009
August 19th, 2009
|05:55 pm - Trying to get Access...|
Would I happen to have any Microsoft Access gurus on my friends list? In particular, anyone familiar with macros/coding? I'm working on a database form and I need to figure out how to add multiple records to a table through a subform. If you can help me, then you are awesome.
March 25th, 2009
|09:53 pm - Revenge of the State|
Some of you may remember last year, when I attempted to get New York State to pay me 44 cents in overpaid taxes. Well, they did not pay me my 44 cents.
This year, they claim their revenge of sorts; I owe them seven dollars.
I'll get you next time, Gadget. Next time.
January 20th, 2009
December 20th, 2008
This is my 1337th LJ entry.
And the 1337est.
November 27th, 2008
November 4th, 2008
|08:11 am - An Open Letter to Americans|
It's Election Day, and this year it's a big one.
Voting is not just a right bestowed upon the American public. It is also a responsibility - a responsibility we have to ourselves and our peers to help guide the future of our nation. We owe it to our country to vote responsibly.
Please, forget all the smear tactics. Don't think about who is BFFs with whom, or who did something funny-looking on camera. Think about the issues that will matter most to this country in the next four years. Think of things that REALLY matter, and vote for the candidate you feel will best handle the serious issues facing us.
And don't stop there. Learn about local politics. Pick up a League of Women Voters guide and read it. Vote for the people who will have a much greater impact on your daily lives, and do it with the knowledge necessary to the democratic process.
Vote. But vote responsibly.
January 1st, 2000
|12:00 am - Earlier entries are friends-only.|
My journal is still (mostly) free to read without registering a LiveJournal account. However, the archives will no longer be viewable to non-friends. If you wish to read them, you will have to register an account and have me friend you.