This Tuesday is election day. If you haven’t already voted early, like me, you better get your ass to the polls and cast your vote. This is possibly the most important election in our lifetimes.
Democrat, Republican, Libertarian, Green, etc. I don’t care how you vote, who you vote for, what if you agree with me or not, I just care that you get out to the polls and cast your vote.
If you don’t vote, you’re dead to me… DEAD TO ME.
I’ve fallen into a rut that I’ve kept up for the last few months. I always mean to post more often, but things always come up, things like life responsibilities. I like to have some time away from computers, and I also like to have some time to just do nothing. So I guess it’s just a rut I need to work hard to break.
I recently purchased (on mommy-daddy credit) a new computer! For those of you who haven’t seen it, it’s a sexy machine. I know, I know… “Tom, why did you buy a Windows machine?” I bought it for a few reasons: 1) when I work from home, it’s faster and I don’t have the issue of the machine disconnecting because of lag, 2) its price-point was what I could afford right now, 3) it fits on my desk, 4) it’s good to have multiple platforms at my disposal, 5) I wanted a Windows machine just to have one around.
Overall I’m very pleased with the machine. It does everything I need it to do right now and over the next four months, I’ll have it paid off — just about the same time my truck gets paid off. After this machine and my truck are paid off, I’ll be able to get back into the Apple world with a machine I actually want, and not a machine that I need.
I went Geocaching this weekend and snapped a few photos that will be making their appearance on my photoblog over the next few weeks. I’m hoping to get out and do some caching again some time this week.
You can also check out my Facebook profile to check out photos from the CAC COPE and Climbing Committee trip to the Red River Gorge (they were all taken by Tyler, here’s the album (need to be logged in because you can’t get a public link from an album that’s not yours…)). That weekend was a blast and the best part, the Natural Rock Program was approved! Starting in the Spring, we will be guiding groups to the RRG to cut their natural rock climbing teeth.
That’s all I really have for now. Go vote tomorrow, scrubs!
Some of the world’s greatest feats were accomplished by people not smart enough to know they were impossible.