I have a loving wife, an awesome son, and in a few days we’ll have a daughter. We own a small “starter” home, we pay our bills on time, we’ve never missed a mortgage payment, and we donate what we can to charity. For these reasons, among others, I consider myself lucky. I’ve always tried [...]
Note: If you don’t get it, you aren’t watching enough Futurama.
For a very long time, pretty much as long as I’ve used Twitter, I’ve gone by a policy of following back whoever follows me. This has gotten me a lot of followers, but I also ended up following about 1200 accounts, many of which were nothing but non-stop spam. It eventually got to the point [...]
I love reading the comics in the news paper. I generally read all of them every day of the week when I’m at work. I’ll admit it, I even read The Family Circus, presumably as a result of some sort of obsessive compulsive disorder. For as long as I’ve been reading through the comics every [...]
It’s been a long time coming, but the day is finally here. I have been using Firefox as my primary web browser since it’s initial release back in 2004 and even toyed around with it in beta before that. I’ve installed it for friends and family because they were having issues with Internet Explorer, and [...]
Depending on when you read this post, you may notice that the site looks a bit different. Okay, a lot different. I’ve decided to redesign the layout and theme of Chai Life from the ground up. Instead of doing it in the background then making the finished theme live, the site will look extremely barren [...]
Good news, everyone! If you’re a fan of this blog (or me, for that matter), you can now “Like” our new Facebook Page. This will allow anyone out there on the Internet to get all of the latest blog updates instantly via your Facebook wall instead of checking back here all the time. So, please, [...]
I listen to NPR. A lot. Specifically, I tune in to Milwaukee’s WUWM and occasionally WPR; The #1 and #2 presets in my car. In an average week, my ears get to enjoy at least some of the following programs: Morning Edition, All Things Considered, Fresh Air, On The Media, Radio Lab, Wait Wait…Don’t Tell [...]
My son joined his Mom today to protest Governor Walker’s proposed removal of collective bargaining rights for state workers. Needless to say, I am very proud of him and, of course, my incredible wife.