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The HorrorPops opened the show last night for Reverend Horton Heat at the House of Blues and pretty much tore it up. The best part was the go-go dancers they had on stage. I spent more time watching them than the band! The Reverend also put on an awesome show. He is one superb guitar player! Still, by the end of the night I was kinda bored. There's been plenty of shows more exciting, but it was still fun to get out.

- Friday, December 30, 2005 at 12:17:26 (EST)
The kids spent the night at their cousin's last night, so I had a movie binge that kept me up way too late. First off was the new King Kong release. It was most excellent! The beast was a true hero that was easy to love and relate with. At the end, it was very sad to see such a noble spirit exploited the way he was. The second movie, Empire, was also very sad. It was the story of a drug dealer that wanted to quit the game but couldn't break from his past. Again, I ended up feeling very bad for the hero. The double feature was quite thought provoking and I laid awake for a while just thinking about things. That's what good movies do.

- Thursday, December 29, 2005 at 12:19:45 (EST)
We've really been fixing up the kids room lately. Caleb got a new bed and last weekend we went to Bed Bath & Beyond to get comforters, sheets and pillowcases for both kids. To make room, we got rid of a lot of stuff by giving it away. I put an ad in the paper for "free stuff" and people came and took most of it. It was kinda sad to see the kid stuff go. So many memories... One couple got the crib, car seats and swing for their newborn. I'm happy that it will be used (and that it is out of our house!). Life goes on and we can't hold on to everything, as much as we would like to.

- Tuesday, December 27, 2005 at 13:46:15 (EST)
Today's Christmas and the kids just opened up their iPod Nanos. Now they are off showing them around the neighborhood. It must piss off the parents that I always give my kids such cool stuff. Oh well.

- Sunday, December 25, 2005 at 13:54:41 (EST)
We took a vacation to Hollywood and had a great time! One of the highlights was trying to fit our hands in the moviestar concrete prints at Grauman's Chinese Theatre. Saphira decided she wants a star on the walk of fame... Talk about ambitious! We spent a couple days at the Universal Studios Themepark. Highlights were the Revenge of the Mummy, Jurrasic Park and Back to the Future rides, but the Backdraft, Shreck and Terminator shows rocked as well. We all agreed that Van Helsing was scarriest! Our hotel was right in the middle of town and we roamed Hollywood Blvd. day and night with our skateboards. Great fun! As an added bonus, we saw the excellent movie Cinderella Man in our hotel room while eating pizza delivered to our room!

- Saturday, December 24, 2005 at 11:26:10 (EST)
We watched Forrest Gump last night and were all glued to the screen. It was such a beautiful and sad story. I laid awake for a while and thought about my own "Jenny" and the similarities between Forrest's life and my own. I suppose that's what the best movies do, relate on a personal level. Saphira wouldn't admit it, but I could have sworn she cried herself to sleep. I guess she was touched by the film too.

- Tuesday, December 20, 2005 at 15:42:24 (EST)
We had a garage sale this weekend and it was hardly worth the effort. I was up at the crack of dawn both days to get things set up for the "morning rush." Well, it came on Saturday and we made $34 before 8 am. For the rest of the day, we sold stuff for a quarter or a dollar here and there. On Sunday, we didn't even have one customer! After paying for the classified ad and a pizza, we actually lost money on the weekend! A good thing is that I finally cleared out the basement and garage and closets to make a giant driveway pile for some charity to pick up. Clearing out some clutter feels good, but man, what an effort it took!

- Monday, December 19, 2005 at 12:35:05 (EST)
I got a cable yesterday from eBay that connected my stereo's output to my computer and ripped a few records to mp3 files. It sure takes a long time to record, split and tag the files, but it's cool to have some of those old records on my iPod. The first on was Alternative TV Live at the Rat Club (1977). After that was the Flesh Eaters Forever Came Today, and Secret Life Of Punks, an 80's OI Compilation. Finally, I ripped some great singles by local 80's punkers (Funeral, 5051 and the Penetrators). Pretty cool stuff!

- Tuesday, December 13, 2005 at 14:26:36 (EST)
We saw The Chronicles of Narnia this weekend at the drive-in. Everybody agreed it was pretty darn awesome. It is such a great thing that we can even go to a drive-in at all. I bet most towns don't have one anymore. I remember when we had one right in our neighborhood. The last movie I can remember seeing there was Tron. For a couple decades now that drive-in had been a strip mall.

- Monday, December 12, 2005 at 13:42:08 (EST)
Oh boy! I am in graphic design heaven! Since my Mac G3 got ripped off I've been using PC's. Granted, XP Pro works pretty good but it's crap compaired to the new G5 iMac! The interface, the tools, the plethora of downloadable utilities... I remember now that design is fun! My old font collections were giving me problems, until I installed FontExplorer X from LinoType. What a beautiful piece of software! It's like the good 'ol days of using Adobe ATM under OS9! I got all my type libraries to work and printed a sample page from Illustrator using some of my favorite fonts like Gladys, Leucadia Beach, Addmorph, Sacred Cow, STA Portable, Tooth 13, and even my own TYpEWriTEr and Nissanage fonts! I am so happy I could do a little dance!

- Friday, December 09, 2005 at 13:42:01 (EST)
Man! Have I been in the computer setup zone lately! First it was formatting the PC for a clean XP install. Then it was setting up the wireless network. Next came getting the Pocket PC to sync. When the iMac came, it was easy to set up. Getting the Logitech Game Controller to work required a bit of research and app fiddling. Last night was devoted to getting the Hp PSC 1510 All-In-One Printer/Scanner/Copier installed right. Lots of people had problems, but it worked for me first time! Then, I stayed up until midnight trying to get Font Book to work. I did a bunch of research today and will hit it again tonight. I've got thousands of great fonts collected from all over and I'd love to use 'em again! Whew! My daughter has a new nickname for me. "Lectric Carer."

- Tuesday, December 06, 2005 at 17:41:40 (EST)
We went to see Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire this weekend at the drive-in and the kids thought it was pretty scary. That is, until we watched our new DVD of Edward Scissorhands. They thought that one was even scarier! Of course they loved it. Johnny Depp is one of our favorites and we have lots of his movies (Pirates of the Carribean, Finding Neverland, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory...) I want to get the Jim Jarmusch / Johnny Depp masterpiece "Dead Man" but I'm afraid it will be a bit much for the kids. Maybe I'm making them grow up too fast with the things we do. I can't help it... I just don't like kiddie stuff much!

- Monday, December 05, 2005 at 15:34:45 (EST)
Our new iMac is a really nifty piece of technology. After pulling it out of the box, I haven't had to open the manual once! I did surf the Apple support site a bit to figure out the X11 UNIX Porting Utility needed to run OpenOffice. I ended up loading NeoOffice instead. The thing hasn't crashed once and last night we watched a DVD (Because of Winn-Dixie) while I downloaded apps and surfed support sites and set up my mail account and goofed around with the many utilities and programs that came as a bundle. Boy, did that make the kids mad! They want to play with it as much as I do! Tonight, I'm gonna hook up my PC external drive and try to transfer many gigs of music and videos... I hope it works! The kids Christmas iPod Nanos need to be loaded up!

- Wednesday, November 30, 2005 at 16:11:33 (EST)
We unpacked our new iMac tonight and the first thing we did was watch the "Rock and Roll High School" DVD on it. Then I installed the Adobe Creative Suite and OpenOffice. After this, it's off to bed.

- Tuesday, November 29, 2005 at 02:14:39 (EST)
Took the kids to Joshua Tree last weekend for our annual Thanksgiving trip. We've been doing it for like 15 years! We had a great time climbing, hiking and eating. We only set up the rope once for a big ol' climb and Saphira made it to the top! Caleb had a little trouble though. What the heck... He's just a little kid! All-in-all, we had a great time and can't wait to go back again real soon!

- Monday, November 28, 2005 at 15:52:49 (EST)
We went to see Zathura this weekend. It was awesome! Easilly one of the best movies of the season (right up there with Corpse Bride and Charlie's Chocolate Factory). We went to the neighborhood movie theater for the first time and really had fun. We also went on a shopping spree at Target for winter clothes and ended up getting a new tent and air mattress as well.

- Monday, November 21, 2005 at 12:41:17 (EST)
Saphira scored a goal today at her last soccer game of the season. Yippee!

- Saturday, November 19, 2005 at 15:51:11 (EST)
Saphira got some big bucks for her birthday and decided she wanted to go to the swap meet to spend it. Caleb had some prize money from getting farther than me in Tomb Raider (he jumped across the channel into the hole in the opera house roof)so he was on a buting spree as well. It's funny, they'll spend my money without a thought, but when it came to their own they got all chinsy and selective. I ended up buying them a bunch of stuff anyway that they needed but wouldn't spring for. That's just being a daddy!

- Tuesday, November 15, 2005 at 14:26:14 (EST)
This is the first blog entry on the new handheld mobile pc (os 5). Waitin' for the iPod to update on the machine that had a clean install of Windows this morning. Setting up for the cable that gets hooked up today with a new modem and wireless router (Apple Airport). Had to plug in the TV input as well. Time to go make another playlist!

- Friday, November 11, 2005 at 16:05:37 (EST)
The Soviettes pretty much stole the show when I went to my first all-ages punk show in like a gazillion years. It was entertaining, but only for a while. I went to see Against Me! cuz I liked some of their music, but during their act I was bored out of my skull! At least I got to see Annie of the Soviettes rise up to her tip-toes as she screamed her songs out. I loved her when she did that. It was sooo feminine! Other than that, the show was pretty stupid. The teens were annoying, the pit was pathetic and the other three bands sucked. I wish I would have stayed home with the kids and lit our pumpkins.

- Monday, October 31, 2005 at 12:53:01 (EST)
Man! Did we have a wild time last night for Simcha Torah! We started out at Young Israel where all our friends are. It was fun, but tame. Seeking excitement, we headed over to Chabad on our way home. What a party! There was a keg of Newcastle Ale, which was a nice surprize. The main event was dancing with the torah in the street. It was a mob scene! My kid's agreed that it was just about the craziest party they had ever seen. With this kind of upbringing, my hope is that they will think their heritage is cool! I think it is!

- Wednesday, October 26, 2005 at 17:09:52 (EDT)
We went to buy DVDs and when I saw Rock 'n' Roll High School I snatched it up saying to the kids "you're gonna love this"! They did. We all agreed it was most excellent when the Ramones "rocked the roof off" of Vince Lombardi High with giant explosions. We all agreed that it was also very cool when Johnny was in Riff Randall's room singing "I Want You Around" to her. For the rest of the weekend they made me play the Romones on vinyl and iPod. They will make their daddy so proud if they grow up to be good little punk rockers!

- Monday, October 24, 2005 at 13:29:08 (EDT)
We had a couple dinner parties in our Succah this week. Grandma Shirly came with Momarsh. My folks came too. We slept in the Succah on the first night of Succot and had to bolt when the rain started. I was wet by the time I got them in the house and put the Succah bed in the garage to dry off. On the second night we slept in it without a hitch (except a few mosquito bites). Now that it is Chol Ha Moed, we don't have to sleep in it, but we probably will cuz it's pretty special. We've eaten all our meals in it and I've done my prayers there too.

- Thursday, October 20, 2005 at 14:23:15 (EDT)
We went to Buffalo Breath Costumes last night to get ready for the Hardy School Holloween carnival this weekend. Saphira had a heck of a time finding something that was not a lame-old itchy kids costume. She settled for the "Gothic Princess." She has no idea how cool I think that is! Caleb already got a killer "Lord Vladek" knight get-up, but decided he wanted a Kentucky Long Rifle. He didn't know it, but I got that to go with my cowboy outfit! I also got spurs for my boots! Yee-Haw!

- Wednesday, October 19, 2005 at 13:07:51 (EDT)
Saphira's team won their first soccer game yesterday and Caleb's team had their first tie! Thing are looking up for my little sports stars!

- Monday, October 17, 2005 at 12:37:32 (EDT)
We're deep in the High Holy Days right now. Rosh Hashannah was last week and the liturgy in synagogue brought tears to my eyes and a renewed desire to do my prayers each day as I used to. Since that day I have been getting up at 5:45 am to do them before getting the kids to school. On Yom Kippur I spent the whold day in shul except for a two-hour break in the afternoon. Yesterday we set up our sukkah and decorated it with drawings, fruit and vegetables. We will use it for the next week for special kiddushes and mitzvos during the week of Sukkot. Next week is Simcha Torah, which ends the High Holy Days. La Shana Tovah and Gut Yom Tov!

- Sunday, October 16, 2005 at 19:08:33 (EDT)
We had a pretty packed weekend. The kids had soccer games on Saturday (both teams lost, again) Then, we went to see Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit at the drive-in. It was watchable, but not even close to being as good as last week's The Corpse Bride. Still, we had fun. On Sunday we spent a whole lot of time at the Birch Aquarium in La Jolla. It was mega-cool and the kids just loved it. There were interactive displays and the most incredible giant tanks full of environments. We actually stayed there until they closed and kicked us out! Next stop was Pet Kingdom to check out turtles for Saphira's birthday. There was one there for $7,000! The ones we wanted (baby aquatic turtles) were not for sale and the bigger ones would need a tank of some kind. Baby tortises were like $169. Leave it to my daughter to want such an exotic present!

- Monday, October 10, 2005 at 12:56:23 (EDT)
Went with the kids to see The Corpse Bride at the drive-in Saturday night. What a great movie! We loved it! I thought it would be too scary for them, but no. I kinda fell in love with her. She was so sweet and beautiful, even if she was rotting. That Tim Burton really knows how to make movies! The next day we went to Chuck E. Cheese to win a disco ball for Saphira's birthday party. By the time we won all the tickets playing games, they were sold out! So, we went and bought one at Toys-R-Us instead. It's funny. It took $30 to win 1/3 of the buying price playing games and we bought one for $10! I have to tell myself every time I go there. "It's not the value of the prizes that counts. What matters is that the kids have fun playing."

- Monday, October 03, 2005 at 17:16:29 (EDT)
Sunday was the Poway Rodeo. We had to be stylin', So on the way we stopped at Boot Barn. Caleb was easy. When shown where the kid's boots were, he picked them right away. He even got matching spurs! Pretty cool! Saphira is too sophisticated (and big) for kid's boots, so we had to look at ladies stuff. You know, grown-up boots can be $300, and those were the ones she liked, of course! We finally found some purple snakeskin boots with pretty colored stiching up the legs in her size. They were twice as much as her brother's, but she is well worth it. We all had western shirts already. I put on my boots and bought a new hat. At the rodeo we looked the picture of a frontier family. We saw buckin' broncos, calf roping, steer wrestling, bull riding and barrel racing. We sure love the rodeo!

- Monday, September 26, 2005 at 12:08:10 (EDT)
The kids complain that I get to see so many concerts and they never do. So, when I saw that Big Sandy and the Fly Rite Boys were playing at the Adams Avenue Street Fair this weekend, we just had to go. They put on a great show and I took turns swing dancing with the kids. Caleb was pretty bold about it, but Saphira was shy in her adorable big-girl way. The problem with street fairs is the kids want to buy everything! First, Saphira got earrings. Then Caleb said "She got something" and demanded a studded wristband (I got a studded belt!). She got a chinese umbrella, then he got a ninja sword. By the time we were done with the carnival rides and snacks, I left the fair penniless. Well, I've always said that money was to spend!

- Monday, September 26, 2005 at 11:59:42 (EDT)
My iPod is kinda like an extension of me these days. I get so much new music that I am constantly updating it. Like yesterday, I got some more Mink DeVille songs. At home, I decided to listen to them and ended up listening to every album I had! The kids were at my folks (mom wanted to fix them up for picture day) so I stayed up late laying on the couch reading with the music blaring. I guess some things never change!

- Thursday, September 22, 2005 at 17:05:46 (EDT)
I got my first root canal. Ouch!

- Monday, September 19, 2005 at 13:51:34 (EDT)
Went to see the New York Dolls last night at the San Diego House of Blues. I didn't think they could be a band without Johnny Thunders. By the time the night was up, however, I was right up in front with more hoots and hollers than I have had for any band in a long long time! It was like a greatest hits night and so much fun! Viva Los Dolls!

- Tuesday, August 30, 2005 at 12:16:19 (EDT)
Man! It was really hot last weekend! I took the kids to the beach and lathered 'em up with sunscreen, then I got a sunburn instead! We walked the shops along Ocean Beach and the kids spent their own money on trinkets and doo-dads. My daughter does chores now, so I bought her a new bikini as a reward. It's very cute with hearts all over it. She didn't want to take it off and even wore it to bed! When we got home, I built the kids a go-cart from their old bike training wheels and some scrap lumber. It steers with the feet on the front axle. They rode it down our hill until they got tired of it, then on the lawn it sat. That's kids for ya!

- Monday, August 29, 2005 at 12:27:25 (EDT)
Just got back from "The Greatest Show On Earth" at the sports arena. It was so awesome that it brought tears to my eyes! There were acrobats, a score of clowns, wild animal tamers, a flying trapeze, jugglers and beautiful dancers. Every time something cool happened, my kids would wave their new light-up toys and scream. The Ringling Brothers circus "saves the day from the everyday" and was a blast!

- Saturday, August 13, 2005 at 18:38:39 (EDT)
I went to see a fun show last night at the Ken Club in my neighborhood. First on was a local band called The Atoms. They did an 80's style pogo-punk with a chick playing keyboards. Next up were The Trashies who called themselves "Northwest Trashcore." They were pretty noisy, but the crowd was into it. Finishing the night was an excellent local band called The Dissimilars. They were everything a punk band should be, and more. What a blast!

- Friday, August 12, 2005 at 12:37:13 (EDT)
The kids and I went to see Dukes Of Hazzard at the drive-in last night. The kids hated it. Actually, my daughter hated it but my son secretly liked it because Daisy Duke kept taking off her clothes. I thought it was pretty cool, however. Guess that's because I'm a grown-up!

- Sunday, August 07, 2005 at 17:50:13 (EDT)
Saw Hank Williams III last night. WOW! He started off doing his country stuff, then kicked it into hyper-drive when his band Assjack hit the stage for the second set. What a racket!

- Tuesday, August 02, 2005 at 14:30:20 (EDT)
Took the kids to the drive-in to see Charlie and the Chocolate Factory during the weekend. What a great show! Johnny Depp is truly wonderful and it was a real kick!

- Tuesday, August 02, 2005 at 14:25:55 (EDT)
The kids are camping with my folk this week, so I had a PUNK ROCK WEEKEND! On Friday night I went to see Life Crisis, Funeral Shock (Bay Area), and Coaccion (Tijuana) at Scolari's Office. Noisy thrash all around with growling vocals. It was my first punk show in like 20 years. The next night I went to a place in my neighborhood I've been wanting to check out, The Voodoo Lounge. I think it was all local bands: The Wastrels, Revenge Club, and Weapon of Man's Destruction. Wow! This was actually a GREAT show! I absolutely LOVED Revenge Club! They has a chick singing and thrashing her guitar. Fantastic! The crowd was very into the other bands as well, which made it a whole lot of fun!

- Monday, July 25, 2005 at 12:11:15 (EDT)
We had another great weekend full of fun stuff. We went to the drive-in to see the Fantastic Four movie. It was spectacular! Lots of action and fun! The next day was our first time at the San Diego Comic-Con. What a show! I could have spent a gazillion bucks there! As it is, I only got some Concrete comics by Paul Chadwick and the new issue of Supernatural Law from the excellent writer and artist Batton Lash (our neighbor!). We also splurged and got my daughter a Mavis t-shirt. We wanted to get my son one of the Star Wars light sabers people were carrying around, but they were $120.00! Ouch! We got lucky and found a booth giving away Star Wars action figures and went through the line over and over again. At least he didn't feel gipped! This morning, the kids said they were still sore from walking so much... I'm tellin' ya, That show was HUGE!

- Monday, July 18, 2005 at 15:18:20 (EDT)
Went to see X last night at The House of Blues. It was a class act all around. It was my first time there and I was very impressed with the club. There was art all over the place and the sound was superb. Billy Zoom played with the band and grinned the whole time. It was the all original line-up I saw in the 80's and they were better than ever! I was determined to hate Waxapples who opened the show, but the $1m sound system made even them sound good.

- Friday, July 15, 2005 at 14:15:36 (EDT)
We had a bonus-busy weekend! On Saturday we had a girl party and sleepover for my daughter. It was her first one and she was very excited. We had pizza and movies and the girls stayed up VERY late! The next day we kinda goofed around the house, then went to see "Herbie: Fully Loaded" at the drive-in. The movie was lots of fun (we love Lindsey Lohan) and the drive-in was just the place to see it. Monday we did the fair at Lake Murray for the 4th of July. We rode our bikes around the lake a couple time, snuck a quick swim, got painted tattoos and finished up with an awesome fireworks display. Now that's living!

- Tuesday, July 05, 2005 at 16:18:45 (EDT)
Well, I've been pretty big into the music downloads lately using the bittorrent technology. It works really good to get whole albums at once! I avoid the RIAA copyrighted stuff... Most of the things I get are bootlegs and independent artists. My favorite site is KrayTracker where I have uploaded a bunch of old school punk under the username "deeg". Check it out!

- Thursday, June 09, 2005 at 14:05:17 (EDT)
The kids had an auction at their school as a fundraiser. I won a pair of tickets to LegoLand for $105. Turns out they were only $85 at the park! Oh well, it was for a good cause (PTA) and it forced me to take them there when they have been asking for some time. We arrived kinda early and did rollercoaster rides over and over again. My daughter got a very cool new hat and a hair-wrap with beads. My son got a Scorpion sword and cape. We really had a great time and stayed until the park closed.

- Monday, May 16, 2005 at 17:25:29 (EDT)
We lost our ability to charge credit cards for our site at when our computer was stolen. For years now I have asked for a check when I send out orders. Alas, very few people actually pay for what I send and we have lost much money. Well, I set up our order form to use PayPal for accepting credit cards. Today, I recieved FOUR paid orders! Yahoo! I used PayPal to buy a comic book on eBay (my first auction) from a seller in England. When I paid, it came out of my PayPal balance rather than my bank. Kewl!

- Thursday, May 12, 2005 at 17:52:16 (EDT)
Got the kids a kitten last weekend. They love it! We really had to work for it... We went to a bunch of animal shelters, but all they had was full-grown cats. Finally, we got the paper and called around. The one we finally scored is a little black and grey puffball. SO CUTE!

- Monday, May 09, 2005 at 17:09:11 (EDT)
Forgot to mention that the kids and I went to the Lakeside rodeo on Saturday. It was fun. They got a little bored watching the actual rodeo, but were plenty excited about their new cowboy hats!

- Monday, April 25, 2005 at 12:36:58 (EDT)
We went to a couple of Passover Seders last weekend. The first was at an orthodox synagogue I used to go to every morning. We didn't get home until 1:15 am! On Sunday night we went to the biggest Synagogue in town, which is conservative. That one started at 5:30 pm and didn't go so late. The kids are still kinda young and couldn't quite grasp the whole concept. But, they ran around exploring and had a good time. Chag Sameach!

- Monday, April 25, 2005 at 12:33:07 (EDT)
Had a cool weekend with the kids. They are getting so big now that they need to be entertained. So, Saturday we went to Sunset Cliffs and took the "death trail" down to the secret cove and visited the caves there. When we got home, it was still early. So, we went to Chucky Cheese for a little while. On Sunday we rode the trolly to Santee. From there we rode downtown and back again. Lots of fun!

- Monday, April 18, 2005 at 12:29:03 (EDT)
Saw Elvis Costello last night at 4th & B. It's kind of a big club compared to the places I usually go, but it was small for such a major talent. The show was sold out and it was pretty packed. By the end of the night I had worked myself right up to the front of the stage and could see all the band members close up. It was pretty awesome to see one of my heroes like that. Good fun!

- Thursday, March 24, 2005 at 15:20:31 (EST)
My Daughter got a gift card for Christmas, so we went to buy some DVD's. On a whim I picked 13 Going On 30. It turned out to be a GREAT movie. It had an 80's sountrack of songs I grew up to and all kinds of witty fun stuff. The ending was so perfect that I actually cried! I know, I am a sap! We went to bed, and I couldn't stop saying how much I enjoyed it!

- Wednesday, January 05, 2005 at 15:29:55 (PST)

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