Tuesday, October 20, 2009

It's Back

30 Rock is back! Thoughts?

My favorite part about it being back - related twits from Kate, like this gem:

@breimels "You've got cheesy blasters! Thanks meat cat!" This makes me miss
you... so much.

See it for yourself:

Not So Perfect?

This article is just sort of sad. Makes you rethink all those crazy, happy moments on one of the more popular (maybe with just quirky kids) sitcoms from my childhood.

Tuesday, September 15, 2009

So this is what the future looks like?

Watch Jeopardy? If you do, you might notice that for the show's 26th season, a new set was unveiled. I was no fan of the Moose lodge, wood-paneled set of a few years ago but this new set takes the cake. It's as if the set designers took the mindset of 1940's engineers who tried to imagine what the future would look like. We know how that turned out.

Need A Pick-Me-Up?

Whitney Houston is back, and this is a good thing. No more crack, no more Bobby Brown, and no more reality shows.

Watch. Listen. Welcome Back.

Friday, September 11, 2009

Remembering Stephen Huczko

There's no one way (or an easy way) to remember someone who died on September 11, 2001. Being a part of Project 2996, however, I'm trying to do my small part to make sure that Stephen Huczko's memory is not forgotten.

Stephen Huczko was a police officer for fifteen years, working with the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. Stephen was headquartered in Jersey City, an arm's length away from the World Trade Center. As the attacks ensued that day, Stephen and other members of the Port Authority police force rushed into the lobby of the North Tower, but never made it back out. Stephen, thinking only of others at that time, was attempting to save a female civilian stuck in the lobby.

Remembering Stephen's heroic actions on that day only serves to memorialize part of his life. Stephen lived in Bethlehem, New Jersey, with his wife Kate, and their four children, Kaitlyn, Liam, Cullen, and Aidan. Stephen was an exceptional public servant, having been part of the rescue efforts at the 1993 World Trade Center bombing and when an airliner crashed at Newark Airport. Stephen was also part of a Port Authority Pipe and Drum Band.

We will always remember Stephen's heroic efforts that day, when trying to save every last person from those towers. We will never forget him, or the others who died that day. I only hope my short posting on Stephen honors his memory.

Thursday, September 10, 2009

A Word About Tomorrow

I have signed up our blog to be a participant in Project 2996, which invites bloggers from around the world to remember one person who died on September 11, 2001.

A Blog About Thangs has been selected to remember Stephen Huczko. I will do my best to honor his memory tomorrow.

Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Want To Feel Important?

Want to know what Kate and I feel like most days? Want to understand the mental games the law plays with you?

Then play Supreme Decision!