I’ve started my very own Braves blog. It’s an outgrowth of the season preview I wrote for Baseball Think Factory. I was hoping to write there, but for whatever reasons that hasn’t happened yet. So, I decided to do it myself.
This link to some current pictures of Mr. Jittlov was posted in the alt.fan.mike-jittlov newsgroup, with the description “I took ‘em, I posted them. With permission.”. I thought the Gunters might be interested in seeing them, and figured at least some of you didn’t keep up with that newsgroup.
Do any of you remember the Flexi-Disc that was in some Fantagraphics book or other years ago? Featuring The March of the Sinister Ducks? A bizarre side project featuring David J (of Love and Rockets) and Alan Moore (yes, that Alan Moore)?
This just seems tremendously appropriate. And, it’s a lot of fun. Anyone have any idea what the signs say?
If you haven’t seen Mythbusters on the Discovery channel yet, set your TiVo to record it. Remember all those times Martin would tell us about microwaving CDs, or grapes, or such? These guys do that, and a lot more. Plus, they blow up a lot of stuff.
Lisanne and I will be taking Kenn’s family to see minor league baseball in Macon on Saturday evening. Certainly anyone who would like to meet us there would be more than welcome.
Tickets are $7 for the best seats you’ll likely ever have for a professional baseball game. Food’s dirt cheap there too, and the parking is free (or at least it was last year). Need a map?
Opening today in Sandy Springs, a new movie theater that a lot of the Gunters will probably find interesting. It’s like the Tara, only with more screens. And a cafe. And old movies too.
If only they weren’t opening Easter weekend, I’d be all over the free movies this weekend!
I had a number of link of the day candidates provided to me yesterday, plus while you’re waiting around for hours for tapes to arrive so you can fix a broken Exchange server, you’ve got time to find some fun sites as well. So, let’s go, shall we?
Don sent me this yesterday. Have fun, annoy your colleagues!
Greg sent me two on Monday. First, there’s yet another example of “people will buy anything”. And then we have an example of “people will say anything to get out of a speeding ticket”.
And here’s what I found last night. Possibly the worst beer ever. (Believe it or not, I found it on a baseball weblog…)