Friday, June 29, 2007

Wet Silvie

Look at that sad looking Silvie after she was caught outside in a very heavy rain storm.


Thursday, June 28, 2007

The gangsta rant

I have really no idea who the 2 people in the pic below are, but that look is super annoying. What is it with those yuppie west coast boys trying to look and act like gangstas? Let me just tell you, those oversized baseball caps make you just look like an idiot with a tiny head and even smaller brain.
And look at all those tattoos, wow I am scared now. :-)

Monday, June 25, 2007

A very inconvenient truth

Last night we finally watched "an inconvenient truth" after having it ordered from Netflix more than 3 months ago. There never seemed a convenient moment to watch what we knew would be a very disturbing documentary, and thus we pushed it back and back.
I am glad that we finally watched it and would recommend for other people to do the same. Hopefully some of the politicians in charge will also look at this information a bit closer and take it serious.

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Tuesday, June 19, 2007

It is a metric world

Well, let me rephrase it. The world almost completely utilizes a metric system, other than those red countries on the map. Wow


via: core77

Sunday, June 17, 2007

10 months, YES

It has been 10 months since our first date and I feel so happy and lucky.


This weekend I got reunited with my friends Peter and Eric. Eric now lives in Miami, and Peter just moved back to Chattanooga from Maryland.

Wednesday, June 13, 2007

Playboy gets a social conscience?

Are the folks at Playboy getting a social conscience? Or is this fighting fire with fire?

Tuesday, June 05, 2007

Getting ready for the Tour de Georgia

A friend sent me this pic recently of me and Steve Carpenter pre-riding a stage of the 2006 Tour de Georgia with Trent Wilson and Jeff Hopkins of team Jittery Joe's.

Sunday, June 03, 2007

The crossing 4th Street dilemma

Every time when I have to cross 4th street either on Market or Broad Street in Chattanooga, I wonder what the person in charge was thinking. I am physically quite fit and walk at a good clip, but it is virtually impossible for me to even get across halfway (barely 2 lanes out of 4) when the pedestrian "walk" light turns to red again. That means the average overweight person will barely get across 1 out of the 4 lanes.

Who is in charge of those traffic lights? Or more importantly, has that person ever tried to cross the 4th Street Autobahn there?