This evening we attended a fundraiser at a local independent multipurpose theatre – The Retro Dome – where they had a mixer, a performance of songs (Barbara, Bette and Carol Burnett), a raffle, and an auction. We won the picture below in the silent auction, and now resides in the place of honor that once […]
Changes have been happening, both at home and online…
For the past month (or so) we had been gearing up for the opening knight of Spamalot. It all started when our friend Kevin discovered that the show would be opening on his birthday. He made all the calls to Broadway San Jose’s booking office, and committed a group of friends to the night. Then we made the […]
Yesterday we voted. Yes, that’s right, we voted early – but since this isn’t Chicago, it won’t be often. The Santa Clara County Registrar of Voters office is just around the corner from my office, so Jerry came over for lunch and a vote. We had lunch at the California Cafe, which is the cafeteria […]
A “No” vote on CA Proposition 8 will annul no marriages. A “Yes” vote on CA Proposition 8 will annul over 10,000 marriages (many with kids.) Which vote is REALLY “protecting marriage”? (NOTE: Each and every single vote WILL count. There is no “electoral college” for referendums.) re-posted from KPRoche’s LiveJournal. Feel free to […]
I just thought about this. The “Yes on 8” campaign claims that if this proposition passes, that the institution of marriage will be saved. They are wrong, and here’s why.
Today is Leap Day, the day Jerry and I chose for our wedding. While we know that we will only have an anniversary once every four years, there are many who were born on this day who suffer from Advanced Age Confusion Disorder (AACD). For more on this disorder, you can visit the LeapDay08 web […]
Dyson sucks! (And that’s a compliment if you are a vacuum cleaner)