Nothing funny or amusing to report today. So instead of a funny or even slightly amusing story, I’ll relate the lame pun I heard on CBC Radio last night while driving home to lethbridge: “[With increasing threats from George W. to Saddam Hussien Canada is left between Iraq and a hard place.]” Yuk. Yuck.
Since I can’t think of anything better to post, I’ve decided to write about my new computer. I purchased a 19 inch monitor but had to take it back. The picture on it was compressed at the top. I got a new monitor — same model (NEC AccuSync 95f) and it has the same problem. […]
Created in the summer of 1996, I just discovered, “Skiing in the Middle of Nowhere” on an old hard drive.
It’s March 6, 2012, but I’m writing this here to point out some of the oldest stuff I ever put on the web. My “International Art Camp” trip to Japan. Update: My brother scanned all of our family negatives including the photos I took on my trip to Japan. Here they are:
Some history about my great-great grandfather, from an old file I had kicking around on an old hard drive: John Brewitt Milner. JOHN BREWITT MILNER John Brewitt Milner was born 27 Jan. 1830 in Gringley, Nottingham, England, the son of John Milner and Ann Johnson. John Milner was a shoemaker from Mattersey, Nottingham, who was […]
The first time I had my name published in the newspaper was June 15, 1985. I was six years old. It was the results from a BMX race in which I placed second. I remember being in first for most of the race and not understanding that I needed to keep peddling super hard right […]