Tuesday, September 27, 2011
A few weeks before I had my first interview with PIVOX, I got a requests for applications from the the California Board of Professional Engineers, Land Surveyors, and Geologists (CBPELSG). Other than being a typical application, it asked for a list of counties worked in, and the kind of work done there.
Then in the first week after I was hired, I got a phone call telling me I had been selected to review a case, and that the documents would be on their way to me. They arrived a week or so later, and I was to review documents related to a case closure that was being appealed. The geologist who had approved closure of the site was being asked to reverse his decision, or the complainant would request censure.
I spent the evenings of about a week looking the documents over, reviewing the last three quarters of the site, and making my decision.
So I got that in the mail this weekend, and just in time, because Friday night, I got sick.It started with itchy eyes, and by Saturday morning half of my head was plugged up, and I slept until 10:00. Sunday was the same. Monday I stayed home, and did a little work, but ended up falling asleep during Monday Night Football.
I'm in the office today, and I'm drinking as much water as I can.
Sunday, September 11, 2011
I so enjoyed the other books about Richard Feynman, but the book I'm on now is not thrilling me.
I’m not really in a Lovecraft mood either, so that’s out.
I’ve read my comic up to the end of “Flashpoint”, and the newly re-launched “Justice League”, but for right now, that’s all I’ve got.
As I sit here and type, I look across the room at the bookshelf full of hardcover and trade paperback graphic novels. Perhaps, I’ll pull on of those off the shelf.
On an unrelated note, Kevin Smith’s newest movie “Red State” is available on demand from just about every cable and/or satellite TV carrier. I think it’ll be available through the month, and while it’s a departure of his normal stuff, it’s still a good movie. It’s also very intense.
Tuesday, September 06, 2011
I like plasma spheres. I can remember as a kid seeing them, and how insanely expensive they were. Beyond the reach of the common man.
Then the Eye of the Storm came out, and my parents got me one for Christmas. It can act normally, or you can adjust the intensity, and even have it react to ambient sounds.
Then other things came out, and I even got a small plasma sphere. Jennifer and I even have small discs that react similarly to a plasma sphere.
So go. Vote! And then I can have a plasma “sphere” on my wrist.