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Wednesday, June 09, 2010

Oh by the way...

The Chicago Blackhawks won the Stanley Cup today against the Philadelphia Flyers in OT.. Didn't see the end of the game.  When I changed the channel, they were already doing that handshake thing, so I said screw it.  Looking back, the team that beat the Sharks eventually became champs.  Disappointing.

On a totally different topic, I'm just waiting for an email from certain people to see if I moved on to the next step or just "moved on"...

The waiting is just killing me..

That's what a Car-B-Q looks like.. nasty... you should've seen the inside.. ugh



Time for a break..

Friday, June 04, 2010



JUNE 3, 2010: Without warning, a mystery object struck Jupiter on July 19, 2009, leaving a dark bruise the size of the Pacific Ocean. The spot first caught the eye of an amateur astronomer in Australia, and soon, observatories around the world, including NASA's Hubble Space Telescope, were zeroing in on the unexpected blemish. Astronomers had witnessed this kind of cosmic event before. Similar scars had been left behind during the course of a week in July 1994, when more than 20 pieces of Comet P/Shoemaker-Levy 9 (SL9) plunged into Jupiter's atmosphere. The 2009 impact occurred during the same week, 15 years later.
This Hubble image of Jupiter's full disk, taken July 23, 2009, revealed an elongated, dark spot at lower, right (inside the rectangular box). The unexpected blemish was created when an unknown object plunged into Jupiter and exploded, scattering debris into the giant planet's cloud tops. The strike was equal to the explosion of a few thousand standard nuclear bombs. The series of close-up images at right, taken between July 23, 2009 and Nov. 3, 2009, show the impact site rapidly disappearing. Jupiter's winds also are spreading the debris into intricate swirls. The natural-color images are composites made from separate exposures in blue, green, and red light. Astronomers who compared Hubble images of the two collisions (in 1994 and 2009) say that the culprit in the 2009 event may have been an asteroid about 1,600 feet (500 meters) wide. The images, therefore, may show for the first time the immediate aftermath of an asteroid, rather than a comet, striking another planet.

Wednesday, June 02, 2010


Picture of my niece's baptism from my standpoint.. I love this camera!! That guy that was moving, don't mind him.. told everybody not to move...


My niece's head, I believe, was accidentally dunked into the water thingie.. she didn't even cry... what a trooper

I'll check my camera to see if there are any worthwhile pictures to upload..

Tuesday, June 01, 2010

Looking back at my previous posts, I noticed something..

The day I posted a picture of my new Sharks jersey, I never got to use it.  I told myself that I would wear it the next day after a Sharks win.  Well, whatayaknow, the Sharks never won a game against the Blackhawks!

Maybe it was an omen?

After a few days of procrastinating... a shot of my new desk.. looks organized and all.. Yeah thats right, I use Hootsuite... they should be paying for this.. hehehe

Oh, the "summit" went well today... I call it a summit, some people would call it an interview... whatever... more pictures to be uploaded in the coming days...