Attributes of a TimeChaser: Witty, sarcastic, opinionated, loyal, sometimes spaztacularifically geeky.
Chasing Time for: 32 years
Nicknames, Aliases, Pseudonyms and Nom de plumes: TC, Toki, Times, Chase, Timey Boy, Old Man
Interests: Music, Scifi/Fantasy, Anime, Science, History
Major Fandoms: Doctor Who, MythBusters, Top Gear
The Watercooler|The Who Files|Radio Times
Breaking local news here. A "suspicious device" was found at a library in a nearby county that's serving as an early voting place today. From what I've heard, sounds like it was a leaking cooler that had wires sticking out of it. The bomb squad blew it up and nothing happened.
BUT THEN THEY FOUND A SECOND ONE NEARBY. Oi.
Personally I think its some nut trying to interrupt voting, for whatever reason. The irony is, even if I'm right, whatever side the dude thinks he's helping, he's messing up voting for all parties, not just the one he doesn't like.
Crazy people don't use logic.
"I'm Not a Doctor (and I Don't Play One on TV)"
This post is brought to you by the Letter S for Surgery.
Fooling around aside, I'll be going back to the hospital on the 14th for pre-op procedures for my latest pacemaker replacement operation on the 15th. Needless to say I'm not looking forward to any of this. I'd prefer Star Trek medicine where they don't have to get invasive to fix things.
But I suppose, the sooner its done the better. Thanksgiving won't be ruined by me having to sit and stew the entire month waiting for the operation.
This will end up being my fourth pacemaker since the first one was installed back in '96.
It's been a few months since I posted anything on here, but I wanted to let people know that I am still alive.
As you'll likely be aware, today is my birthday, so I thank everyone who sent gifts or posted on my guestbook.
My day had been pretty quiet. That's what happens when you get older: birthdays become just another day usually. Maybe that's just me. I got to choose lunch for today, watched some MythBusters on DVD. I already got my gift a couple of weeks ago.
In the time since my last post I've done a lot of reading and a little writing - you can go HERE to read my only posted story at the moment. I attempted to finally get into reading the books of the Star Wars expanded universe, starting with Heir to the Empire by Timothy Zahn. Unfortunately I thought it was quite poorly written. I'm not sure how it tends to get positive reviews from readers. Right now I'm reading Lord Foul's Bane by Stephen R Donadlson, the first book in his Thomas Covenant series. Its emotionally taxing but definitely the best book I've read for some time.
I continue to wait for the new season of Doctor Who. I think we're close now, probably sometime in September if I had to guess.
So that's it for now. Gonna go have the rest of my lunch for my dinner now. Yumy fried cod and fries.
I guess it's time to update on my life again.
I was able to get up on Easter and go to the church service. The choir performed, so I didn't have to sit through a sermon (which suits me fine). I really went to see people and say hi, because it's been 2-3 years since I last went to church on a regular basis. Afterward we went out to lunch.
In yet another attempt to find something that can maybe help me get a bit healthier, I've started going in for acupuncture. My dad started on it for his arthritis and says its really helped him. I'm not a fan of needles, but its not so bad really. They're very thin, and I mostly don't feel them go in except one or two that'll sting for a moment. The annoying part is just laying there for 25 minutes.
And Pond has now claimed my lap. >83
She passed away very early this morning. My dad and my uncle were with her at the time. I'm glad she finally went, I hated seeing her just laying there in that bed in her state...
Various relatives have been arriving and we'll have a private family get-together to remember her.
I want to thank everyone here who shared their sympathies with me.
Things have finally slowed down here. The last groups of family members returned home today.
I guess now it's just a matter of getting used to grandma being gone. It was easy to overlook when there were so many people here.
Thanks again to everyone who commented with their concern and sympathies.