Categories: "Personal"

Return from UT Tyler

Much of my blogging ceased when I started back to school in 2008. There are some, but few, entries between 2008 and 2012. Now, I have a little more freedom to write, and with a much improved platform in b2evolution, writing will be easier to do.

To be continued..


October 28th, 2006
Going to the movies is generally a good escape although I have grown more and more indifferent to the movies and video entertainment in general. I suppose much of it is my fault. Having been a writer and student of writing I've learned most of the basic more »

Spreadsheet Mania

October 27th, 2006
One of the things that always baffles me at work is the amount of time that is spent entering and re-entering data into the computer to create a report. The way that reports are generally formatted the data in them aren't generally re-useable without bei more »

Book Fair

October 25th, 2006
Tomorrow is the first day of the Fall book fair. The book fair that I'm talking about is where you can purchase used books at a fraction of the cost. The Smith County Medical Society Alliance sponsors the sale and proceeds go to provide scholarships for s more »


October 24th, 2006
Cell phones. What's the deal? For fifty bucks and up a month you can have a cell phone and never worry about having someone around when you need them. Cell phones do have a purpose but the craze with cell pho more »

Just about me

October 23rd, 2006
Being monday and all I thought I would take a break from my usual commentary (or criticism) for the blog and say a few words about me and what I do. By "what I do" I don't mean what I do for a living but what I do after work. I guess you could say this more »

The Political Fulcrum

October 22nd, 2006
Don't Vote! Every year you hear candidates and organizations plea for you to go vote or that it's your duty. You'll hear that from the conservative Free Market Foundation and the liberal League of Wom more »


October 21st, 2006
Elections are only a few weeks away now. Last Sunday our visiting preacher prayed for our elections and urged us all to get out and vote for good Christians to be elected to leadership. He of course was concerned about moral and family values. more »