Here’s what really happened on the walk today – this is only one of the puddles – there were two others.
Really there was also this one….
and this one…
MLB.com: Gameday Screen clipping taken: 9/25/2008, 10:44 PM
Screen clipping taken: 9/25/2008, 10:44 PM
This guy trained me back in the day at Ontrack – pretty impressive.
Data recovered from melted Columbia disk- msnbc.com: “Jon Edwards often manages what appears impossible. He has recovered precious data from computers wrecked in floods and fires and dumped in lakes.
Now Edwards may have set a new standard: He found information on a melted disk drive that fell from the sky when space shuttle Columbia disintegrated in 2003.”
During the baptism yesterday, the pastor made a reference to “The Life of Riley” and everybody in the church laughed. Naturally I thought it was the Sports Illustrated guy he was talking about, but upon further review, I found out what he was really talking about.
The Life of Riley – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia: “The Life of Riley”
Here’s the reference I knew:
SI.com: “RICK REILLY, 49, is in his 23rd year as a senior writer for Sports Illustrated. He has been voted National Sportswriter of the Year 11 times, including this year. He is the author of the weekly ‘Life of Reilly’ column, which runs on the last page of SI.”
Create at least one day this weekend that is truly amazing
I like this idea and I’m going to try it. It’s from: