Happy Easter, happy spring, everyone!
At what point in your life did you realize that you’re probably never going to be as healthy/attractive/happy/etc. as you once were? Did you have the presence of mind to realize it at the time? Or have you somehow avoided this altogether (i.e. you’re under 30)?
I had my doubts at 30, but now I’m pretty sure I’m officially on the decline. Nothing drastic, but it’s like when you realize your new car isn’t a new car anymore. Except you can’t save up for a new one, or even take out a foolish auto loan.
Jason Molina of Songs: Ohia and Magnolia Electric Co. passed away on March 16. Very sad.
Stereogum has a post on the ten best Morrissey songs, but it’s also the ten best pictures of Morrissey with cats. Not sure I agree with the list, but who cares? There’s no point in debating whether “Seasick, Yet Still Docked” measures up to “I Know It’s Over”, and they didn’t count Smiths songs in there, anyway.
Kevin Ayers passed away Monday. Here’s “Lady Rachel” to listen to whilst remembering:
Can someone please draw me a picture of a social or colonial spider?
Key Accomplishments:… Oversee and development of ground breaking enterprise solutions
Hopefully these solutions were also “intuitive”.
Whether troubleshooting a network issue, streamlining a business process, documenting procedures, or receiving accolades for a problem solved or a job well done, I approach each challenge with the same “get it done” attitude.
Me too. Especially when receiving accolades for a problem solved or job well done, I’m all “just get it over with, will you?”
I’m hiring, by the way, if anyone wants to do some .NET or BI work for an association.