I've created a Blog. Not sure what I'm going to do with it, but you can check it out if you want. Click Here
Well, it's been a while since I've updated this thing so I thought I'd update it quickly. Hopefully, I'll get it done before people start coming to it.
Bullet Dodged, today, June 16, 2004.
Yesterday I was working on updating a subdirectory that I'll be using for some of my Call of Duty screenshots and I accidently overwrote the CoD index page to my MAIN index page. Luckly for me, I had saved my page on my hard drive. I've been wanting to update my page for a time now and figured that I would just start over. Well, I forgot about some of my Java script that I have running and it's been so long since I've done it, it would take me a long time to re-do it. So, today, I think I'm going to start keeping a backup of my Index file on the server under a different name, just in case I'm doing a 2am change and lose my mind. :)
Here is some of my screen shots from Call of Duty.
So, how many older people do you have to tick off in a comedy routine to get kicked off of a cruise ship? Apparently not too many as my new friend Derek Richards found out. Follow this link to a write up of the situation.
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My military service highlights
Well I was born in St. Joseph, MO in 1967. Went to school at Central High School and graduated in 1985. This is where I met my wife, Martha. We dated for a while and then got married. We've been together for years and married for years. I look forward to the next 90 years.
I have two B.S. degrees from DeVry Institute of Technology (now it's called DeVry University) in Kansas City, MO. I graduated in Feb. of 1996 with a B.S. in Computer Information Systems and then in 2002 I graduated with a B.S. in Telecommunications Management.
I'm currently one class away from receiving my MBA from Keller Graduate School of Management. Once we (Martha and I) get that one done, we'll be 6 classes away from our MISM (Masters of Information Systems Management).
We don't have kids as of yet, but are pursuing adoption. In Missouri, you have to be a licensed care giver before you can adopt, even if you're not going to be a foster parent.
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Well currently working as a contractor at Sprint. Before this "gig", I used to work for a company called Geeks On Call. Geeks is still in the Kansas City area, just the guy I worked for decided to close shop. It's a franchise company out of Virginia.
Well I like computers and I'm very interested in the technology and where it's going. With mobile computers and mobile communications the way they are today, I'm excited about the future and what it'll hold.
I'm currently in a gaming clan that likes to get together and play online games. It's a blast. I'm known there as PrByTor.
I used to play games on the Internet Gaming Zone. It has games you can play with other people on the Internet, For Free.
There are a number of games to play. Look me up I go by PrByTor2112 (my original handle PrByTor was inactive by me for too long) and I'm usually in the Spades or MahJong areas. PrByTor is short for Prince By-Tor a character in a couple of songs by the rock group RUSH. (Which, IMHO, the Best band in the world!).
I love cats! I've had cats for as long as I can remember. We currently have four cats, Grace,Ellie, Sabrina and Holly.
Grace got her name because she isn't graceful, Ellie was a stray black cat that we couldn't think of a name for, so someone suggested "LBK" for Little Black Kitten. Well, the "L" turned into "Ellie." Sabrina was named because I just like the name. :) Holly was named because we found her a couple of days before Christmas. Her story is a long one, I'll post a link with her story. Once you read it, you'll know she is one very lucky kitty.
Well, my Guestbook crashed. I've changed it to the GeoCities Guestbook. Please drop me a line.
(Guestbook started 3-7-1998)
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