Anomalism 3-5    2004-03-05 06:47:27 ET
Hellow everyone,
Tune of the now= Tool, lots of Tool. After that maybe lots of Massive Attack.
I found a library in Jefferson OH where I can get on line. I've missed you all. We are officialy out of our old house and living in our realestate agents basement till the renovations are done. I hope this does not last too long, we have all 5 cats with us (oh boy). It has been a long time since I have been in a transition like this and it feels realy wierd and disconnected. We found out this week that we don't actualy have a septic system at the new house and will have to put one in,(this is not fun) So much for my fun money for the next 5 or 10 yrs.

 Another anomalism 2-21    2004-02-21 11:57:23 ET
The demolition crew(two Amish guys) has gotten all of the old plaster torn out and there is nothing but framed in walls left. Now I guess we can start putting the electrical and plumbing and ducting in. We ordered the showers, they will arrive monday. This whole thing is way the most complicated thing we have ever done. If you don't count raising two kids, but I tend to think of that as a different catagory all together.

 Anomalism 2-21    2004-02-21 11:42:42 ET
The big move is getting closer to the wire. I've spent most of the last two days packing my basement stuff. Today was fans and tools, yesterday was models and ammo. Seven years of accumulating stuff is agressively resisting being packed up. There is so freaking much stuff on that work bench and I haven't gotten to the power tools yet, Not that there's that many, it just doesn't look like that much till you have to box it all up. The real drag is that it all has to go into storage, it would be so much easier to just put it in the truck and then put it in the new house. I wouldn't have to be as organized about it. Yuo know stack some in the garage, some in the basement, but no it all has to fit into the storage cubicles. You see I have a 4 bedroom house with a full basement and a walk in attic and a 2 car garage, all well stocked with stuff and it all has to fit into 2 10'x20' units. This is going to be an adventure.

 Anomalism 2-15    2004-02-15 15:44:01 ET
Well we are getting ever closer to the big move. We will be losing DSL after the 23rd and moving on the 27th. Most of our stuff goes into storage for a month and we will be living in our realestate agents basement until the renovations are far enough along that we can move into the new house. We don't have a new phone # yet so we don't know if DSL is even available out there(man I hope it is), or cable. I may be stuck with dial up. I probably won't be able to post much if at all but don't worry I'm not leaving SK, you people mean too much to me. This is a very cool place and I'm glad to be a part of it, thank all of you!

 Anomalism 2-11    2004-02-11 08:31:49 ET
My head feels cold, (my wife just buzzed my hair). There seems to be an ever increasing salt componant in my hair color, (fascinating captain).Went to a little hole in the wall pistol range in Lorain last night cuz we were having serious withdrawl. 3 of us fired 350 rnds 9x18, from 2 guns, 200= rnds .45 from 2 guns, and about 300 rnds 7.62x25 from 2 more guns. A noisy good time was had by all. We were there about 2 1/2 hrs and it only cost 21 bucks. Moohooha! It was our first time shooting our surplused Soviet Makarov s and also our first experience with the 9x18. The Maks are inexpensive compact guns that are mil spec so the quality is good. The 9x18 is equal to the 380 auto having moderate velocity and stopping power, good for a purse gun or for plinking. They do have a big kick for thier size. I'm not certain why but I'm finding that I realy like russian guns, they form the bulk of my collection. (Also fascinating captain).

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