The conspiracy continues. My gas tank is still three quarters full but gas dropped to 25.4 cents yesterday. On top of that Safeway gives 3.5 cents off per litre so all I can say is at least I’m happy that I don’t have to wait in line for cheap gas.
I think there is a conspiracy going on in Lethbridge. Actually I think it’s all across Southern Alberta. Every time my gas tank is full, the gas stations drop their prices. When it comes time for me to buy — they jack them up like crazy. It’s as if they actually know when I need […]
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. […]
Yesterday I left home for my trip to Israel. I am very excited. Mandy picked me up around 4:30 and we arrived in Lethbridge with no problems. Mandy’s grandparents are very excited for us and have shown us video’s of Israel and have been giving lots of travelling advice. I am very excited. We will […]
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 […]