The Many D’ohs of Homer Simpson!
The Many D’ohs of Homer Simpson!
10 years ago today I started this blog.
If you have been reading this from the very beginning: Thank You!
When I first started this blog, I had a lot of things to talk about. This entire blog started over a breakup, and I wanted to a way to work through my frustrations. Then it morphed to a way for me to get my thoughts out about a number of topics. And over the past few years … it has been mostly dormant.
As I have gotten older, my life has changed in many ways — and those changes required my time … which meant time away from my blog. I have changed careers, relationships, cars, homes, friends — but my blog is still as a left it.
I am trying to slowly get back into blogging because I miss writing about the most mundane moments of my life on the hope that I will contact with some stranger who feels the same. It still amazes me when someone I never met stumbles upon my blog and leaves a comment.
In my effort to revive this blog, I have been posting items from my RSS feeds and Tumblr in between my postings. I think at some point in 2015 I am going to give this site the face-lift it deserves.
As I type this in my home in Dallas, TX; I still remember the day I started this blog on Bloggger when I was in my dorm room in Buffalo, NY.
Here’s to 10 more years of misspellings and grammatical errosr ( <—- on purpose) …..
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Deals to reduce greenhouse gases (such as 1997’s Kyoto Protocol) have been in place for years. However, they’ve typically limited the reductions to richer nations — poorer countries have objected to previous attempts to broaden the scope due to requ…
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Earlier this year, Sony Pictures released one hell of an internal IT assessment. The report showed that not only was the company ignoring basic security protocol
, its IT security was plagued with unmonitored devices, miscommunication, and a lack of accountability. It’s dated Sept 25th, almost two months to the day before hackers exposed thousands of the company’s most sensitive documents.
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Google will soon close its Russian engineering offices and relocate 50-odd employees, according to The Information. The search giant didn’t say why it made the move, but it may have been prompted by a recent crackdown on internet freedoms within the …
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This has been a wretched year for big corporations in the US: Target, Home Depot, JPMorgan and, most recently, Sony Pictures have all had to deal with unauthorized security breaches over the past few months. As far as Sony Pictures is concerned, the problems began on November 24th, when various reports pointed to a high-profile, studio-wide cyberattack at the hands of a group calling itself "#GOP," aka the Guardians of Peace. Since then, the startling situation has turned into a colossal headache for the company. The hackers, who are believed to be from North Korea, have leaked some of its unreleased films online; revealed highly sensitive information, like passwords and executives’ salaries; and gone as far as threatening employees and their families. As it stands, Sony Pictures is in a deep, downward spiral with no end in sight.
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It’s been over a decade since the MTA did away with subway tokens, those dirty metal bits of New York-ness that seemed unremarkable until, suddenly, they were gone. Since then, rumors have swirled about the fate of the 60 million tokens once in circulation—where were they? Now, we have an answer.
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If you think a crowded restaurant is one of the worst places to fly a drone in, photographer Georgine Benvenuto will most likely agree with you. After all, the mistletoe drone TGI Fridays unleashed in its Sheepshead Bay, New York location didn’t lead…
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In case you forgot about the historically massive Sony Pictures hack last week
, a group of hackers just reminded the world that they exist and remain angry. In a new post, hackers identifying themselves as "the GOP working all over the world" leaked data that they claim came from Sony’s servers. Their demand? Pull The Interview or else.
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Pregnant woman blasts anti-abortion protesters outside a clinic in London
This nasty-looking storm (yes, that’s a storm not some hostile extraterrestrial unleashing otherworldly Armageddon) only confirms what we’ve always known: Mother Nature can be truly terrifying.
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This is not the first time I’ve heard someone in a rainbow flag say this.
Nobody wants a 3rd Wolverine movie, please give us X-Men Origins: Storm
Get Angela Basset for this role … please.
me at job interview: i think the customers are always right and have to be treat with all respect and ethic ever!!! doesn’t matter how rude they’re you have to manage the situation carefully and politely :-)!
after getting the job and facing a customer for the first time:
At 4 am when I was making this, it seemed really funny to me.
Why are people stupid? I mean …. really ?!?!