I have a running theme on facebook where I post, what I call, Jeffisms....little pearls of wisdom either from my mind or skimmed from the internet, for TG's enjoyment here are some Catisms (since no one would recognize the name Jeff )
If an idea is so funny that when you think about it, it makes you laugh. NEVER, EVER follow through with it.
ALWAYS let your wife pick the baby sitter.
Acting like a complete moron may not get you far in life,
In my first programming class my instructor had a really heavy Korean accent. He showed us how to write "hello world!". I could not see the board and guessed at what he said.
My first program announced my 1337 skills to the unskilled masses.
Fortunately, he was amused.
I just applied for this job, and though I do not currently have any formal weapons training or experience with weapons, or weapons training the job itself sounds very very very very very cool, even for a possible part-time gig. It's for a military contracting company, you can probably guess which one, I am not posting the name just because I really want this and I know many of you TG'ers here have military or law enforcement or weapons training and can probably get the job a heck of a lot easier
Originally Posted by Mindkill
No.. it wasn't ghosts, goblins, trolls, or Birdie wearing his thong backwards...
The start of this story is innocent enough. I was minding my own business, playing some BC2 on a pubbie server and pwning some n00bs. I happened to be the gunner of the gunship, piloted by a pub and we were smoking the enemy gunship and transport choppers. I was actually quite shocked on how well we were doing for our team. In quick succession, I downed the enemy gunship and the pilot blew a tank
So if you guys didn't know, I have three kids. An almost 7 year old, a 6 year old and a 6 month old. My wife and I are downsizing into an apartment and we're forced to have her go back to work. She's been able to stay home with the children since she was pregnant with our first child. Now the complexity of working out where the kids will be, made harder by the fact that we decided to send our Kindergartner to a different school than our oldest (who will be in first grade) and the bus drop off