Since I’ll hit 20 years of blogging this November, this year I’m posting a daily list of anything I published on this day in the past.

There are 25 posts previously published on March 22nd

  • 2019
    • No More ‘Florida Man’ Jokes From Me While I didn’t know how little support Florida gave its less privileged residents, the common themes in all these stories really are glaringly obvious once pointed out.
  • 2018
    • The latest addition to the game library: Unstable Unicorns, with the Kickstarter exclusive cards and Rainbow Sprinkles, NSFW, and Dragons expansion packs (plus the Apocalypse pack eventually once it’s reprinted, due to some shipping and inventory issues).
  • 2016
    • Outfit choice for the last day of work before #nwc39: Batman shirt, belt, undies, and socks. I’d make a terrible superhero, totally botching the whole “secret identity” thing…but in the role of “eight year old dressing himself”, I’m good. :D (82/366)
  • 2015
    • Finally put together this neat little sheet metal model of the Black Pearl that I got last Christmas.
    • Found a great pair of Chucks while out shopping today. :)
  • 2014
    • When your two year old nephew gives you a hat to wear, you don’t say no. :)
    • Hanging out with my niece Finn.
    • At Prairie’s mom’s place in Vancouver for a family visit weekend.
  • 2009
    • International Talk Like William Shatner Day In honor of William Shatner's 78th birthday today, 3/22/09, I am declaring March 22nd to be 'International Talk Like William Shatner Day!' Now, since talking like our hero is a bit more challenging than walking around going, 'Arrr', I've included the following video tutorial for your edification.
  • 2006
    • Registered (Spring ’06) With the end of winter quarter comes the beginning of spring quarter. As before, Prairie and I figure we can afford to put me through two classes this quarter (I'll be taking summer quarter off, and should have financial aid for next fall).
    • The President Supports Abortions Infuriated by South Dakota's HB 1215, Oglala Sioux Tribe President Fire Thunder has pledged to open a Planned Parenthood clinic on reservation land, where it will be under tribal jurisdiction, rather than that of the Government of South Dakota.
  • 2005
    • Which religion? I know I'm not going to have time to really go as much into this as I'd like while I'm on my lunch break, but I found an interesting little online quiz through Subzero Blue: Which religion is the right one for you? Apparently I test as an agnostic.
  • 2004
    • It’s alive! Alive! I've been quite amused recently at a couple of older posts that have apparently taken on something of a life of their own over the past few months.
  • 2003
    • Chocolate bombs The protesters also threw chocolate eclairs at the consulate, shouting 'Let's bombard the consulate!' In Portuguese, chocolate eclairs are called 'bombas de chocolate,' which translates as 'chocolate bombs.'
  • 2002
    • New e-mail addy redux I've updated the original 'New e-mail addy' post to reflect this, but the e-mail addy I thought was going to work...won't. So, my real new public e-mail address is djwudi@myrealbox.com.
    • Nemesis I'll always have a soft spot for the original, but Paramount has just released the first promotional artwork for Star Trek X: Nemesis -- a redesigned Romulan insignia!
    • Drivers IDs are scary I suppose it's inevitable, but it's still kind of scary when you read just how much can be gleaned about you from your drivers license.
    • I hate your politics! Yeah, well I hate your politics, too! Beautifully written, very funny, and very true.
    • Should gay priests adopt? Okay, now this one's interesting. A column by conservative columnist Ann Coulter, 'Should gay priests adopt?' Is there a point in here somewhere, or is she just trolling (being intentionally inflammatory with little purpose other than riling people up)?
    • New York, New York Some fascinating links courtesy of this MeFi thread to sites and books looking at the New York of the past.
    • Copies are evil Aw, crud. Republican Alaskan senator Ted Stevens has joined the (if you'll excuse me) idiots backing a bill that would ban the sale of all electronic devices without embedded copy-protection chips, according to this WIRED story.
    • Thujone Thujone -- the mystery ingredient that gives absinthe its mystique.
    • Go Hoosiers! I'm not much of a sports fan, but after having two parents who went to IU, it does catch my eye when the Hoosiers beat Duke by one point, and move into the final eight.
    • Nixon was no stoner Apparently the biggest reason marijuana is illegal in the US today is because Nixon wanted it to be.
    • Google vs. Scientology 2 Google has replaced the links it removed yesterday after a fight with the Scientology organization. This still shouldn't have happened in the first place.

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