MY RECENT POSTS
- A Long Time coming
August 13, 2010 09:55AM
- I was waterboarded...
May 04, 2009 08:25AM
- "Knowing", I wish I had known
before I went
April 05, 2009 11:18AM
- BFI Part Eight, "Airpain"
March 04, 2009 08:54AM
- BFI Part Seven "The Dogs of
February 19, 2009 09:00AM
MY RECENT COMMENTS
- “I completely disagree
with your opinion. You
couldn't be more
May 19, 2009 08:21AM
- “Freedom of speech is a
fantastic thing. Freedom of
May 11, 2009 08:11AM
- “Wonderful film, saw it
last night. It has almost no
except maybe the
May 08, 2009 09:47AM
- “Did the play that night,
sight at about 50%. My eyes
about 95% now,
May 04, 2009 10:37AM
- “God only hopes you don't
get arrested by the Haiku
like I was. Enjoyed
April 05, 2009 11:21AM
Been quite a while since I have posted anything, more than a year as I see by my last post.
I was really getting into it when I got a new job and just lost track of things.
It wasn't really a new job, but an old job… Read full post »
...in an emergency room last week.
Let me back up a bit. I was in a play, "Run for your Wife", a british comedy, where I play Bobby, a flamboyantly gay neighbor, and at the end of the play I come out covered in paint as the paint from his upstairs… Read full post »
Went to see the movie, Knowing, last night. I enjoyed most of the first half of the film.
SPOILERS WILL NOW FOLLOW, ADVERT YOUR EYES IF YOU WISH TO SEE THIS MOVIE.
Nice suspense, while I knew what the numbers were about, (Don't you think trailers now a days give… Read full post »
Last thing we had to do in Fort Benning was go through an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) course. Barely missed stepping on an anti-personnel mine, then narrowly missed another mine covered with pine needles. The guy behind me stepped on it, so I was dead anyw/… Read full post »
Then to add drama on top of drama, there was a problem with the data in order to obtain an I.D.. Seems that this database was an old Pentagon system and they had me listed under my step-father’s last name, which I used while I was in/… Read full post »
I recently ran into a blog, fender bender, nothing serious, where a writer did a haiku on ecology. You can see it here. And since then I have become obsessed with Haiku. (EDIT: It's not Haiku)
My heart falls into a void
The… Read full post »
Trying a new title for the book, it has to do with the way "I am a border enforcement advisor" is pronounced in Arabic.
It started out with dramatic music drums beating, trumpets blaring, and strings crying as the title appeared, “You are a Hostage.” Overlayed o… Read full post »
Once I got on the airplane I had other worries. Turbulence. To say the second half of the flight to Denver was bumpy was like saying the Eiffel Tower was an erector set. When there’s turbulence, I liked to watch the flight attendan/… Read full post »
What he managed to do was get a few of us who wanted to say good-bye to our families a roundtrip ticket and enough time for about twenty-four hours with our families. It was better than nothing.
It was quiet on the truck ride back from… Read full post »
Sorry for the indention and spacing, I copy this from word and it doesn't want to play nice when I copy and paste. DT
Saturday came. Like a prisoner on death row, I was dead career walking. I put in my resignation papers with… Read full post »
There comes a time. Actually, there comes many a time when you have a chance to change your life and make a decision that will change that life. Many of those decisions are made without much thought or effort. This decision made me feel like I was/… Read full post »
I recently returned from a year and a half in Iraq working as a Border Enforcement Advisor. What is that, you ask? Well, that is the subject of this series of posts. I am writing an autobiographical account of my experiences over there and I will… Read full post »