October 2005 Archives

Burning up the Ice

I can't tell you how much more interesting it makes reading Islander game recaps when they have a player named Satan.

God Lives Underwater

No, not a new religion (though, maybe I could get some stars to convert and make millions). God Lives Underwater was a band in the mid-90s. I used to really dig them. Saw them at least twice, once over at TTs and once at Avalon. Maybe saw them more than that, my brain don't work as well as it used to :) I even have a t-shirt :) So, I was very saddened to read this article:

David Reilly, a founding member of God Lives Underwater, died Sunday of complications from longstanding stomach problems. Reilly was the band's vocalist and chief programmer, and he also played guitar and synthesizer on God Lives Underwater's four albums. Corporate Punishment Records released Reilly's first and only solo album, Inside, in 2004. Label President Thom Hazaert said in a statement, “I am honored and humbled to have had the chance to work with someone like him, an amazing artist and visionary, who in my eyes will always be one of the most talented people to ever walk the Earth. David will remain forever in our hearts and will be sorely missed by everyone at CPR.”

Wine RPMS for Fedora Core?

Since the "official" packages linked on WineHQ are about 4 or 5 versions back, is anyone else maintaing RPMs of Wine for Fedora Core 4?

One other little update

I'm still not smoking. It's been 6 weeks now. Started the Step 3 patch this morning. Should be totally off the patch in 2 weeks. Still amazed I've actually gotten this far.

Almost Back

Since last I wrote, I moved, both physically and virtually. Broke all sorts of stuff here. Still putting all the pieces back together. More over the next few days as all the pieces come back together.


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