Archive for July 2010

The Inceptionator


Deep Within The Mines Of New Zealand

For three months, I’ve avoided looking too closely at the guts of the enormous WordPress engine that drives our site. Things like that are sometimes better off untouched and unquestioned…I don’t know how it turns my words into posts, I just know it does. My own technical understanding of the WordPress site architecture is that […]


So I’m assuming the entire readership of this site has gone and watched the craziest movie of 2010 already, right? Otherwise, you should stop reading, because I’m going to ruin it for you right here… Marmaduke does indeed end up getting together with Mazie at the end. It’s a brilliant story, I’m sorry, I just […]

Despicable Me

Factory – Band Of Horses Despite the rash of sports related posts that have come up in the last few weeks, I feel it’s only logical for me to give my two cents regarding the “LeBron to Miami” story. I had actually begun a treatise on the nature of the superstar athlete and modern idolatry. […]

Don’t Yunel I’m Loco?

I know you’ve all been refreshing this page constantly all morning waiting to get my reactions to the Yunel Escobar trade. It’s a wicked smart trade, I love it. Alex Gonzalez was great this year, and I’m happy that he gets to participate in meaningful games this September with the Braves. But he’s 33 and […]

The Chimera Is Born

That is my new nickname for the Miami Heat free agent trio, by the way – the monstrous fire breathing, three headed creature of Greek myth. LeBron is obviously the lion, Wade is the black mamba-like serpent, and Chris Bosh is the useless and seemingly out of place goat head. Also I’m sure there are […]

Within The Schwarzschildian Radius

I recently put together a list of environmental variables that we use in blah blah blah blah blah, and I returned it fairly promptly to the original requester, who is in our group but not on my day to day team. I don’t work directly with her every day, but we’ve been the same projects […]

The Judge Of All The Earth

So Lonely Was The Ballad – Jamie T I can be too hard on people sometimes. I’m aware of this. Once, for a grade school yearbook profile or something, I remember listing one of my “Dislikes” as “Judgmental hypocrites.” Get it? I hate people judging others, but I was clearly judging others! Ha! One of […]


Destined to fight the world's evil, The WAMBAG endures massive battles involving impossible stunts, races on horse-pulled carriages, and the desecration of enchanting medieval castles (all done with dizzying computer graphics). Not only does the eye candy keep on coming, the tongue-in-cheek writing and deep Transylvanian accents perfect the film with a dose of dark humor.



Atom, RSS 1.0, RSS 2.0 - no idea what the difference is.

Tagboard (!?!)

Apparently PHP7 doesn't support the same function calls I wrote in 2008? I should fix this at some point.

Recent Posts