Sunday, March 28, 2004

Springtime For ...
Me! I've just opened up the house, following the rigors or winter (and getting paged, and keeping up with my kid), and it's marvelous. Probably less time to blog as I survey the damage to the yard, driveway, garage roof, & etc. I love the smell of roofing tar in the morning!


Saturday, March 27, 2004

Easy Week/Angry Ex
This has been another good week, the kid is doing well and the ex is ever angry. She's got a lot of third party cheerleaders, including a private school to which I send money that drags it's feet on sending me information about my daughter. Sending me that information is a legal obligation. Many have felt that I should be sending the ex even more dollars than are extorted from me by the state. Few have been able to put that into words. To those third party cheerleaders, I sincerely say screw you! I've been split from the ex nearly eight years. The divorce decree states we are to live separately, with no interference. Those third party cheerleaders need to be tried for contempt of court, then hung.

These buttinskys spare no effort to denigrate me in front of my daughter. The "fer the chirdlen" professionals (I use the term professional loosely here) can't offer any insights into combatting this. Basically, the only way to combat this is to be honest with the kid about these people. I don't speak ill of my ex to my daughter. But it's open season on any and all others that attack me in front of my daughter.

Music Music Music!
The rock collection of CD's remains at two: Roy Orbison and Credence Clearwater Revival. FYI, for those of you with questions, no normal guy really liked folk music in the 1960's. This was just a way of getting close enough to hippie chicks to have a chance. The end of the 60's means never having to look interested in any folk music while bored out of your mind.



Friday, March 26, 2004

And so another week comes to an end. It was a pretty good one, too.


Thursday, March 25, 2004

Captain SQL Comes Througn Again!
Yep, I certainly did. Another query successfully optimized through superior inquisitiveness, knowledge, and good old American Know-How. The savings just keep piling up!


Saturday, March 20, 2004

A busy end of week. Met with the ex on Wednesday PM and worked out some details for the kid's party coming up this summer. Also expressed my thoughts about Jr. High School and got more than I wanted in return. It turns out she's been hiding the fact that I kick in big $$$ to the school in terms of tuition, under spousal support, which means under threat of imprisonment. So the school thinks I'm scum. How wonderful. Also, a renewed threat to homeschool the kid after Jr. High. Not acceptable.

Thursday night got with the girl friend. Nice.

I met with teachers Friday PM and went over the Jr. High math curriculum. It turns out they will be competitive without the local public school How nice. Then we went to a '60's retro party and it didn't happen. Later we ingested massive amounts of fried onions and pizza. Urrrp!


Sunday, March 14, 2004

A nice weekd. Had my daughter this weekend and took her to see "A Midsummer Night's Dream". Obiously trying to impose the literature of dead white European males on her. I read that someone had an idea to draft techies from age 22 to 44. This is great. We can get our hands on nukes. Just let them project managers try to skip code reviews!


Friday, March 12, 2004

I have to rip on the practice of "poundage" for collecting child support. This is the government practice of charging a fee for collecting the support. This is money for nothing. It's not "fer the chirdlen". It's free money for booze and drugs for corrupt officials. I complained about this to my State Representative, a Harvard grad. It took Harvardboy two years to respond to me with the lame excuse "it's the law, it's just the way it is". He got paid to evaluate crappy laws like poundage.

I note with glee that Harvardboy lost the Democratic primary for Congressman recently. He got badly trounced by a bimbo. Good. It must be extremely humiliating to be beaten by an "inferior". I recommend that he goes into private practice and continue his habit of two year response to those he supposedly serves.


Tuesday, March 09, 2004

I'll provide the entertainment in May. I have a colonoscopy coming up then. I plan to sell the video to users, attorneys, and social workers that want to see someone sticking it up my a@$.

Fooled 'em for another year! Cappy SQL comes through, delivering 100% every day! As officially noted in the official review. Massive SQL savings for user and analyst alike!

Arguments about education abound, already. This is going to be painfully. But I've had it up to the eyeballs with lawyers and social workers telling me what's best for my kid. If you show concern for her, you're accused of living vicariously through her. If you don't show concern, you're neglecting her. I spend almost double court mandated support because of what these parasites think. And I don't believe they have the results to justify it.


Friday, March 05, 2004

School conference today. Kid doing great, private school not keeping pace with what's offered in public school. Computer store rebate ripoff going big time. Wait 10 weeks while they play the float. Phooey.


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