This is the longer reprise of Megaman’s theme which played during the end credits. It was actually the first GarageBand arrangement that I made. I posted it about a year ago, but I think I only had five followers back then so no one except Scott Friday heard it.
Exposing William to the Swedish Chef. At first it was all fun and games while he laughed and tried to say “bork, bork, bork!” But now whenever we’re trying to feed him, he just yells “BOR, BOR, BOR!” and hurls his spoon across the kitchen.
i'm not cool with wikipedia moving the search box.
It’s muscle memory. I probably visit Wikipedia a dozen times per day, and my hand just knows to move the mouse cursor to the left when I get there. But not any more. Why the hell did they have to put it all the way up in the top right? My brain hurts.
Is it strange that as a black gay man, if I were to get a tattoo of a state, it would be South Carolina's Palmetto Tree and Crescent?
I don’t suppose that it would be any more strange than me getting the outline of a state that I’ve never actually visited. Despite some equality issues that SC has made headlines with over the years, there is still a lot to like about the state. I just wish we made more beer and cheese here.
Funny you should ask. I was finally able to work on it again just this weekend. I had been waiting for over a month for the new speaker to arrive, but now I finally have it. I’m down to the final assembly stage, and the cabinet will probably be on its way back to the band practice space tomorrow. So you can expect to see photos of the finished product very soon!
Amy got William a little training potty, although we haven’t really begun training him in earnest, yet. It has these two little sensors in the bottom of the bowl, and when a liquid hits both of them at the same time, the potty plays a brief musical fanfare.
Last night, for some reason, it just started going off all by itself - sometimes when someone would walk by the bathroom door, other times it went off when we were all at the other end of the house. I couldn’t resist the urge to walk into a room full of our assembled family members and ask, “does anyone know why the pee pee fanfare keeps playing by itself?”
This was followed by much confusion and laughter, which is what I was going for.