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Welcome to Off on a Tangent, the online repository where I share my creative endeavors with the world.  Inside you will find fiction, news, commentary, poetry, music, and more that I have produced over the years and am still producing today.  I am always open to feedback, so please don't hesitate to contact me and let me know what you think!

Another Bad 'Best Buy' Experience; Network Infrastructure Upgrades
Sunday, 07 January 2007

I got a Best Buy gift card from my parents for Christmas and needed to buy some network and systems equipment, so I went online and got an order together last Friday.  They have a nifty feature where you can place an order online (and pay online), then go pick it up same-day from a store.  Best of both worlds: online convenience; same-day delivery.

The Ugliest Cars of the 2007 Model Year
Wednesday, 03 January 2007

There are more big changes on this year's list of the ugliest cars.  Two models featured on last year's list (Honda Insight [#4 TIE] and Chevrolet SSR [#1]) have been discontinued, while several newly-introduced ugly cars have managed to push two more (Toyota Matrix [#10] and Honda Element [#9]) off the list.  Additionally, my style tastes have changed as some models become less offensive with age (and others grow more so).

Saddam Hussain Executed by Hanging
Friday, 29 December 2006

Saddam Hussein, former dictator of Iraq, was executed by hanging at approximately 10:00pm EST this evening (6:00am 12/30, Iraq time), reports senior U.S. officials and Hussein's lawyers.  The U.S. military in Iraq is on alert for possible reprisals by Baathist insurgents and other terrorist forces operating in the middle-eastern nation.  Hussein was sentenced to death by an Iraqi court for crimes against humanity during his twenty-five year rule.

Cats and Christmas and So On…
Friday, 29 December 2006

So it's been a little while since I've written a life entry, and something very odd has happened in that time.  We have a cat.  Those of you who know me well are probably aware that, on average, I'm not a cat person.  I traditionally prefer the campany of dogs (over cats or people, lol), but this feline won us over somehow and has since become a member of the family.

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