>finally a haircut

>Today David gave me a Chelsea haircut. So far I'm loving it, and most of my fears about looking like a butchered poodle or being criticized as being disrespectful towards the skinhead community (I'm not a skin and have almost no interest in ska or reggae). As for the former concern, it looks and feels great, and as for the latter concern, well, I was reassured by some people I trust that it would be fine, and I could really care less if anyone says otherwise.


>the possible return of the stolen beach cruiser

>A while back David's beach cruiser got stolen off the porch when we had went back inside the house for 15-30 minutes. He ran off to hunt the guy down that stole it, and after a while I started getting worried about him, so I started following the tracks myself. Then, not far from the house, I saw two guys on bikes riding towards me. I had to squint in the dark to make them out, but I recognized David's bike. I let out a yell and chased them down the street, waving my cell phone at them (I really couldn't think of what else to do at the time, I was pissed beyond rational thinking). Well, thanks to that incident, David managed to track them and his bike down. He showed the cops where they were, but nothing could be done that night because they had hidden the bike inside the house so he couldn't prove they had it.

Well, the cops just contacted David and told him they believe they have it. So - yay! ***UPDATE*** It looked like his bike, but it wasn't - too small.

This is the third time (that I know of) that someone in our neighborhood has had a bike stolen straight from off their porch while they were home. Please, lock stuff like that up or store it inside! Even if you are home, these scum bucket crack heads don't seem to care at all.

Tags: beachcruiser got stolen, bike stolen off porch, scum bucket crack heads



>So here are some updates -

  • I'm in college for Information Tech with a specialization in networking.
  • I'm ghost writing content for website owners
  • Brennan is 4 months old. He can play by himself now, laughs, can almost sit up unassisted, and is trying to crawl and even walk. He's established a strange sort of grunting system that he tries to use to communicate with us. The funny thing is we're learning to understand him!
  • David is working for a German cafe downtown.
  • I'm on laptop #5, but I'm pretty sure I'm going to be sticking with this one for a while. It's an Acer Aspire 6920 - one of the Blue Gemstone series laptops. As in the laptop I had been drooling over for months and hoping it would come to the U.S. soon.
  • We are all incredibly happy, and it shows. People are always remarking at how happy we look, and are always shocked that Brennan is such a happy and sociable baby.
  • Mom has went absolutely bonkers over her little grandson.
  • I think great grandma is pretty fond of him, too. ;)

Tags: collegefor information tech, specialization in networking, ghost writing content, grunting system, german cafe downtown, laptop #5, acer aspire 6920, blue gemstone series, happy and sociable baby, absolutely bonkers, great grandma is pretty fond


>so much for introductions

>Ah, the ever-dreaded first post on a new site. What to write... what to write?

I suppose I should tell you what this blog is about. It's about me... from my personal life to rants about world affairs to snippets I find here and there along the internet. Perhaps it's a bit of a soul search.

Either way, it is a new beginning