It’s been a while since I’ve done much offroad riding, but I didn’t think I’d forgotten simple rules like “When riding across a grass field, don’t fall into the only blackberry bush around.”
Campus Police stopped by the library today to drop of a picture of a fellow who had been arrested yesterday for exposing himself to some ladies. Turns out it was not his first arrest….on this campus. Apparently, his gig includes going to Portland colleges and showing willy daylight.
At least he’s found his calling.
The story of one student’s attempt to clarify if M$ was trying to make him pirate software…
When the waiter set our beers down, I noticed the odd phrase the place had chosen to represent itself. Then I noticed that it was much to light. Then I noticed that my eyes hurt from the deceiving brightness of a cloudy Portland sky. Maybe we’d left too early for dinner, but we were hungry, and pub faire sounded good.
We thought O’Connor’s was supposed to be an Irish type place, but the menu and the decor suggested that maybe it was southwest. Regardless, we got the fish, chips, and pints we’d come for, even if I had to squint with each sip.
Afterwards, we hit up John’s marketplace for a couple brews. Chatted with one of the wonderful owner’s and headed home. We watched Iron Chef because I wanted to make sure Iron Chef Chinese kept his title, then we listened to music. Laying on the floor, guitars, fiddles, mandolins, dobros, and voices. I think Manzanita would be a wonderful name for a daughter. Bluegrass music is a thing of the past, and the same for rock & roll. But we’ll enjoy it once more tonight.
I’m taking a Database Design class this term. I’m both excited and terrified at the same time. I got a lot of my introduction to DB when I was in GIS. Now I’m hoping to learn it so I can do web development stuff with it. But I also want to learn database development to help me with my understanding of GIS as well. Then I can run my own data warehouse…. muahahaha..