A Brief Explanation …
You might have noticed (let’s hope) that I haven’t been posting much over on the WWYG?! blog the last few weeks. It’s not that I’m tired of it or anything of that sort. And I’ve got LOTS of LOST episodes to continue to rewatch and recap.
No. This is a purely technical problem.
I mistakenly let me domain lapse and I’ve been trying to work my way through getting it back to me again. Don’t be concerned; I don’t think anyone else is trying to get it or anything. I just missed my yearly payment for the URL and it has become inactive in the interim.
It is more complicated by the fact that I am shifting my domain ownership from one vendor to another and I’m having a bit of trouble figuring out how to get my old vendor to unlock the frozen domain URL so that my new vendor can take ownership. And all of this is happening while work deadlines are tightening and I just haven’t devoted lots of time to sorting out the bureaucratic nonsense.
In short, I haven’t disappeared. Just kind of receded into the background noise for a bit. But things will get sorted soon.
Until then …
Hey … um. Do you think Jaimie Fox is gonna win the Oscar for Best Actor tonight?
Asking for a friend …
Been watching “Chuck,” s1 this weekend.
Here’s a neat nugget from episode 2, “Chuck versus the Helicopter.”
Squish squash, sling that slang;
I’m always right back atcha
… like my boomerang!
The underlying bureaucratic key is the ability to deal with boredom. To function effectively in an environment that precludes everything vital and human. To breathe, so to speak, without air.
The key is the ability, whether innate or conditioned, to find the other side of the rote, the picayune, the meaningless, the repetitive, the pointlessly complex. To be, in a word, unborable… .
It is the key to modern life. If you are immune to boredom, there is literally nothing you cannot accomplish.
Meeting in the middle requires that I make half of the journey.
Old school game night with a pop culture twist.
Doctor Who Yahtzee!