Tuesday, June 24, 2008
Monday, June 23, 2008
I’ve jumped on the latest internet bandwagon and decided to do the 100 pushup challenge. The site has a graduated 3 times per week workout schedule which is set up to guide one in attaining the ability to perform 100 pushups in one set. It’s at least a six week program so a certain level of commitment is required.
For my initial test and I was able to perform 17 good-form pushups. Quite the downslide considering that I could do at least 50 during my Marine Corps days. I’m looking forward to adding 83 to my current total.
Friday, June 20, 2008
I finally tried the game out the other day and I was ready to get into it. Unfortunately the up-close camera position completely turned me off. I gave it a shot and continued to play in the hopes that the camera angle would grow on me. It didn’t so it ended up going back in the Gamefly sleeve after less than a couple hours.
On the plus side I liked the gameplay.
Thursday, June 19, 2008
Wednesday, June 18, 2008
Yesterday I made the switch from a partial fast during the day to a full fast – meaning no food products at all during the fast period just water, coffee, and tea. I wish I could go monk style and add beer to that list. J
Since it was my first day I decided to go with a 16/8 split: a sixteen hour fasting period with an eight hour eating window. I intend to move to an 18/6 split over time.
Things went quite well. I got up at 0615 as usual and had my customary 2 cups of coffee around 1000. I didn’t experience any hunger pangs until 1250 and they were slight. At about 1320 I decided to have a cup of tea and break my fast later than the 1330 time that I had originally planned.
I ended up breaking my fast at 1430 and everything went well. The only hiccup came later that night. I was done with supper by 2000 and I figured I was all set. At 2130 I was logging the day’s intake into The Daily Plate and I was stunned to discover that I had only consumed 1,031 calories. I simply wasn’t comfortable with a number that low so I added a large glass of milk
Tuesday, June 17, 2008
I went through a court session for the case that UACC is bringing against me due to not recognizing a revocation of acceptance on a vehicle that the dealer (Auto King of
The lawyer for United Auto Credit Corporation (UACC) is Douglas E. Doornbos. This “man” fits the bill as the stereotypical unscrupulous lawyer who will do anything to win no matter how unethical it might be.
In my case he refused to answer interrogatories or supply me with UACC’s copy of the contract. A month after I sent my interrogatories he sent me a set which I decided not to answer until he answered mine - I naively thought that as a lawyer he wouldn’t purposefully ignore my interrogatories unless it was legal and ethical. Then he had the gall to file a motion against me for not answering his interrogatories AND he tried to get $200 out of me in the process.
His contact info:
Monday, June 9, 2008
Please quit raining so I can ride my bike!
I’ve wanted to do some trail riding for the past few days; but it’s been raining heavy every day. The problem with the rain is twofold:
· I don’t want my daughter to get drenched and freeze her butt off as a result.
· The trail I usually ride is likely flooded in multiple areas.
More thunderstorms are expected this afternoon, tonight, and during the day tomorrow so it doesn’t look like I’ll be getting a break anytime soon. Maybe the radar will show enough of a gap for me to go for a quick ride after work, there’s another trail that I’d like to try and it should be less flood prone.