One of my buddies was nice enough to let me know that BoN was having issues with comments, that is, some were not displaying, and at the end of a post, the number of comments made on a post did not appear. I think that issue is now resolved.
I was thinking that since I no longer require an email address that I would get more comments, but that hasn’t been the case. But some of that probably has to do with the comment issues that have been going on.
You don’t have to provide an email when you comment, but I like it when you do. Sometimes I like to directly reply to you other than making a comment myself.
For those that want to tweet about work, but don’t want to get in trouble. Spreadtweet
David Buehler is a kicker that the Cowboys drafter. He out bench pressed 27 linemen at the combine. Impressive. In an interview, he said he even wanted to cover on special teams.
I can’t believe that I just blogged about a kicker that was drafted by the Cowboys. Cowboy excitement . . . can you feel it?
As a child, I was scared to play baseball. A couple of bullies were pitchers and I thought they would try to bean me. That thought came to mind reading this sad article.
Will the swine flu hurt bacon sales?
I usually avoid trying to go to Southlake – it just kind of has that high-tone 90210 feel to it. But one of my readers mentioned his church was sponsoring a Vietnamese artist for the Art in the Square event, and I thought it would be a fun outing for me and WifeGeeding. It was great finally meeting this reader and his wife, and I only wish I had enough funds to buy one of those paintings.
The first story on CBS Sunday Morning was about an Austin firehouse that follows an all vegetarian diet. It really has me thinking, but I did crack up at how the segment ended with Tracy Smith saying, “Okay. I can’t give up my bacon, I can’t.”
There was also a YouTube segment on that show in which I learned that 15 hours of video are uploaded to YouTube per minute.