May 13, 2005

Oh yeah....

It's FRIDAY the 13th!!!!

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May 05, 2005

That's One Fat Cat!


My wife adopted this cat when she was a tiny kitten. We had no idea we'd adopted the Goodyear BlimpĀ®


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May 04, 2005

Test entry

This is a test entry from my Treo. I hope it works!

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August 25, 2004

Moments of zen from the August 24th Daily Show

The highlight of the show was this moment...
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And then I discover my all-time favorite band performs the music for the show!!! Unbelievable!!!!
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August 12, 2004

Buddy, got some spare change?

I can't even begin to figure out what category to put this entry in. But if you've got an extra $35K and have some idea how to code 3D software, hustle on over to EBay!

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August 02, 2004

Welcome To Cooper's Coop

Big excitement, I have a new blog! A bit about me, where I live, where I work, and what I do......

Welcome to the new and improved version of Cooper's Coop. I got really tired of the old site, as static and boring as it was, and have been kicking around the concept of starting a weblog. So here goes......

A little about me. I live in the "Research Triangle" area of North Carolina. If you live anywhere else on this planet, you have probably cringed after reading this, but if you've ever spent time here, it's a great place to live. Some places have beaches, some places have mountains.....we have both. We have lots of trees, mostly lots of wide open land (even in our cities, but that's another story), and mostly pretty nice people. Remember, the Triangle has been described as a "great place" to live by several major news publications. Kinda too bad about that, because after reading that, lots of people have moved here that don't get our lifestyle. They should go away......or get with the program!

By profession, I pretend to be a "Java Developer" for a major Unnamed Pharmaceutical Company (hereafter called UPC). It kinda sucks, but it's a living. In my copious free time, I run sound for two bands, one a MOR rock band called Big Mama E & The Cool, the other an indescribable enigma called Nucular. I also play softball with a great bunch of people (it's coed) and we pretty much kick butt. And, in the fall, I coach a girl's basketball team. You'll hear plenty about the latter two activities when in-season, otherwise not. The bands I'll talk about all the time. In fact, for those of you new to me, here's the Big Mama E website. Download a song or two and give them a listen. You'll be glad you did.

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