TomGreen.com – check it out…

Remember Tom Green? I do… funny guy.  He’s a comedian who might be best known for marrying Drew Barrymore. He’s odd. He’s funny. He’s done a lot of random stuff. I still remember hearing about him when I lived in Seattle. The first time I saw his show, he was following a local pizza delivery driver with a plain cheese pizza and a tackle box filled with toppings. When the pizza driver went to the front door of the house he was delivering to, Tom tried to sell …

Hahhaa.. I’m such a geek – I LOVE this picture…

A good friend of mine emailed this picture to me… The original subject of the email (which he forwarded) read "Cake text printer doesn’t speak Italian, pens errors instead" because it was forwarded with another picture. (Look at the larger version of the photo of the Raisin Ingredients.) As is typical with most people using computers, I did not read the message before I began studying what was "funny" about the picture (and I actually was waiting for a loud scream or some scary zombie to jump up …

John Wayne Airport is apparently stingy with electricity…

I recently took a flight out of a John Wayne (Santa Ana) Airport, and was surprised to find that there was not a single electrical outlet anywhere in the public seating areas of gates 10 to 14.  There are outlets at the gate desks, but that’s out of reach for the public seating. I had more than 1.5 hours of waiting for my flight, and didn’t want to run my laptop battery down before I got on the plane (I like to be able to put on a …

Fuel cell cars…

Wow.. I’ve loved the idea of this technology for a long time… although I don’t know a lot about it, I understand that the big problem has been trying to get fuel cell technology to the size of a small car – for obvious reasons. Well, it looks Honda may do it again… over five years ago they “leased/loaned” five of the first generation of the “zero emission” fuel cell cars (Honda FCX).  I think there was even a story in the news that after the five years …

Before you buy… check RipOffReport.com

As a computer geek, people often ask me about buying online.  Personally, I buy A LOT of stuff online.  I’m less worried about credit card theft online, than I am about the companies who "sell" their wares.  I have had many bad experiences with companies because I didn’t check them out first. My examples have gone like this:  There’s this thing that want, so I search on Google, Froogle, or some other website that lists items for sale from various vendors.  I find the item I want and …