I’m sure that Jean () will give us a much longer and detailed summary of our wonderful family weekend. But, before she does, I thought this article was apropos, considering that we visited the PA Renaissance Faire for our first Continue reading Eyeball on a Stick
So it’s been nearly a week since we returned from Pennsic. Overall, I’d say that we had a very good time. Definitely the best of the last 3 with the twins. What made this war unique was the fact Continue reading Hey, Where’d the Boat Go?
This is the moment Hungarian weightlifter Janos Baranyai’s first Olympics ended in agony when he dislocated his right elbow in the ugliest moment yet of the Olympic weightlifting competition. Video: Elbow Ouchee Now Playing: Steve Gibson with Leo Continue reading Um, Ouch
Coming Soon.. behind the scads of other Scadian post-Pennsic entries the last two days… Thanks to for the comic reminder. Now Playing: Amber MacArthur and Leo Laporte – net@night July 2008 – net@night 61: Amber Mac ‘n’ Cheese Continue reading Pennsic Wrap w/ Cheese
Translated from parceltongue: Get over to this website as soon as possible and watch an exclusive trailer for HP and the Half-Blood Prince. Coming in November… glee… Now Playing: Amber MacArthur and Leo Laporte – net@night June 2008 Continue reading SsSss SsSSs Ss!!
= Sunday July 27, 2008 = Me: *Yawn* Alia: Dad, you yawn like a hippopotamus Me: *blink* She’s been able to say the word hippopotamus since very early. Who know why.. is it easy for kids to say? Continue reading What big teeth you have..
-George Carlin This image isn’t some special effects from the latest Hollywood movie, but rather a picture of a lightning storm in Boston circa 1967. Last night, I experienced a lightning storm of that magnitude over the Philadelphia Continue reading Electricity is really just organized lightning
If you’re going to raise geek children, it’s a good thing to have geek friends. Saturday was the twins 3rd birthday party. The first present opened was an Imaginext Pirate Ship by Fisher-Price It has Pirates. Continue reading We’re going to need a bigger boat