Thursday, February 28, 2008

Happy Birthday Mommy!

February 28th is my Mom's birthday. My Mom, who died of cancer in 1969, would have been 84, if she were still alive. She took me to my first hockey game in 1968 and instilled in me a love for not only hockey, but baseball as well. I wish she had lived long enough to hear me broadcast hockey, because I know she would be very proud.

I miss you Mom and I still love you very much!

Wednesday, February 20, 2008

You know what REALLY fries my grits?

Recently, I've had two very important groups in my life come down on me, after other, unnamed sources made complaints against me. In neither case, was there any give and take, no discussion, no investigation of any kind. It was simply these unnamed people making unfounded, unsubstantiated allegations and me then being told not to be a part of something I enjoyed any longer. Just what the hell is wrong with people these days, where anonymous people can make allegations against someone and the target of their garbage is immediately found guilty, without any chance to defend themselves?

Those people, especially in the first of the two instances, should be deeply ashamed of themselves. As much as my wife and I love Kearney, we now must question that love and whether or not we want to raise our son in this community after what has transpired in the recent past. This was not easy to write, but I felt I must. I am sick of the people who can't face a problem head on and instead whine and cry to someone else and then hide behind that person. I am about as disgusted as I have been in a very long time and find myself becoming more and more disillusioned with my current situation.

Thank you for reading what I've had to say. It's more apparent to me every day, that despite what others you might view as friends may say, the only person who can truly "have your back," is yourself.

Saturday, February 2, 2008

What do you do to kill time in Green Bay?

Why, you take the Lambeau Field tour, of course. I was fortunate to be the only one in my tour group, which made it a whole lot more fun. I hope you like the pictures.

Lambeau Field, home of the Green Bay Packers.

Truck full of cheeseheads in gift shop.

Lambeau Field Atrium.

Bart Starr.

View of the field from one of the luxury suites.

One of my tour guides.

Here's where the Packers enter the field. This was the best part of the whole tour.

Oh frozen tundra baby!

Wow, was that ever fun!?!?!

Oh Baby Vision

How to watch the videos on Oh Baby Vision

In the upper left hand corner, there's three horizontal lines. Click that once or twice and it'll bring up thumbnails of all the movies. Click on the one you want to watch and it'll start. It may play the next one automatically, or you may have to click the little box to bring the thumbnails back up.

Now with the addition of more videos, just use the scroll bar on the right to choose the one you want to watch.

I hope you like 'em