Monthly Archive: March 2011

Review: The Catcher in the Rye 2

Review: The Catcher in the Rye

The Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger My rating: 5 of 5 stars (DISCLAIMER: I know the immediately conclusion that will be drawn by those of you who stalk my blog and are non-fans of me, but no – I am not a deranged killer because I give The...

Yes… I’m alive – and InvaderCON is finally completed. 0

Yes… I’m alive – and InvaderCON is finally completed.

So my blogging has been pretty lax lately (except for the book reviews and a photos each week) due to working on Green Mustard‘s newest project: InvaderCON. Well, InvaderCON over.  I’m sitting in the Marriott still processing it all.  The short version: it was amazing. The slightly longer version: it...

Flickr Friday: That fresh “just mowed” smell! 0

Flickr Friday: That fresh “just mowed” smell!

When we bought the house, I wanted a condo. Shannon really wanted a house. I said okay… as long as I didn’t have to mow the lawn. This is a photo I took a few years back on the day I bought her a new mower to make sure she...

Review: Cadillac Beach 0

Review: Cadillac Beach

Cadillac Beach by Tim Dorsey My rating: 4 of 5 stars This may be my favorite Serge A. Storms book. I am in love with Florida: the beach, the history and the lifestyle. I’ve call this place home for over twenty years and the longer I stay, the more interesting...

Flickr Friday: Self Biking Photo (without crash!) 0

Flickr Friday: Self Biking Photo (without crash!)

A couple of months ago, Shannon and I went riding out bikes out near the beach. I somehow managed this shot without wiping out. I occasionally update new photos (and old ones that I scan) on my Flickr account.  Each Friday I post one on my blog from my collection...

Review: Break No Bones 0

Review: Break No Bones

Break No Bones by Kathy Reichs My rating: 3 of 5 stars To recap my prologue in the review I wrote for Bones to Ashes: I am a fan of the series Bones who has decided to try and read the Temperance Brennan novels and see if I enjoy them...

So here I sit at #MomoCon in Atlanta, Georgia and… 1

So here I sit at #MomoCon in Atlanta, Georgia and…

Man – this reminds me of old school JACON. MomoCon is the largest free anime convention in the United States.  Last year, the event had over 8000 attendees on the campus of Georgia Tech and this year it looks about the same.  Wasabi Anime is on hand to “bring anime...

Flickr Friday: Colorado ChooChoo from the Arkansas River 0

Flickr Friday: Colorado ChooChoo from the Arkansas River

I took this while white water rafting on the Arkansas River. I occasionally update new photos (and old ones that I scan) on my Flickr account.  Each Friday I post one on my blog from my collection that I think is kind of eye catching. You can see the complete...

Review: Bones to Ashes 1

Review: Bones to Ashes

Bones to Ashes by Kathy Reichs My rating: 2 of 5 stars I totally dig the TV show Bones. It’s smart, fun, has David Boreanaz (aka “Angel”) and let’s face it: Emily Deschanel is hot. As a result, I decided to try and read the books which (I was warned)...

Tron on Ice (hey @JoeySnackpants, check it out – with photo!) 0

Tron on Ice (hey @JoeySnackpants, check it out – with photo!)

Sorry I haven’t been writing much lately (outside of book reviews and photos every Friday.)  I’ve been hammering out a ton of content for the new Wasabi Anime website, so my spare time for penning silly stuff on the Internet geared toward personal glorification has been somewhat limited. Let’s change...

Flickr Friday: The Disney Water Park Pyramid of DOOM! 0

Flickr Friday: The Disney Water Park Pyramid of DOOM!

Coronado Springs at Walt Disney World. I occasionally update new photos (and old ones that I scan) on my Flickr account.  Each Friday I post one on my blog from my collection that I think is kind of triangular. You can see the complete set this photo is from here.

Review: Atomic Lobster 1

Review: Atomic Lobster

Atomic Lobster by Tim Dorsey My rating: 3 of 5 stars Best. Driving. Audio. Books. Ever. (Especially of you live in Florida.) I got introduced to Tim Dorsey’s books because he did a book signing at my local small town book store in Florida. Having lived here over twenty years,...