The Church

February 2, 2006



January 26, 2006
  1. Taco Bell
  2. Subway
  3. Moovies
  4. Chu’s Express
  5. Jersey Mike’s Subs
  6. Plastic Surgeon
  7. Janitor at Sears
  8. TGI Fridays
  9. O’Charley’s
  10. Ninja Assassin
  11. Chili’s
  12. Jason’s Oak Furniture
  13. Garfeild’s Restaurant
  14. Carpentry
  15. A Plastics Factory
  16. Cooper Bussman Fuse Factory
  17. Sniper School Instructor
  18. Jack Astor’s
  19. Outback Steakhouse
  20. Professional Badminton Player
  21. Piedmont Wholesale Engineered Products

Great Days In History.

January 23, 2006

“In 1972, a crack commando unit was sent to prison by a military court for a crime they didn’t commit. These men promptly escaped from a maximum security stockade to the Los Angeles underground. Today, still wanted by the government, they survive as soldiers of fortune. If you have a problem, if no one else can help, and if you can find them, maybe you can hire… THE A-TEAM”
The A-Team air 23 years ago today on NBC and ran for 4 years, resulting in 98 episodes.
Learn more about The A-Team


Happy Birthday!!

January 13, 2006

Today is the 49th birthday of the Frisbee. Wham-O began production of the Pluto Platters on January 13th 1957. The name was eventually changed to Frisbee to help increase sales. The history of the Frisbee



January 13, 2006

pronounced: (pair.uh.skee.vee.dek.uh.tree.uh.FOH.bee.uh) n. Is the fear of Friday the 13th. Not the movie but the day.



January 6, 2006

It was only a few years ago that if you had said, hey Eddie, what is your favorite store in the whole world? I would have said, it is none of your business but if you must know it is Bestbuy , or maybe Dick’s sporting goods.
Me and my wife just celebrated our 1 year anniversary as homeowners and I must say I am singing a very different song these days.Lowe’s Home Improvement Warehouse is now my most favoritest store in the whole world. Did you know that they have all of your home improvement needs under one roof. I could probably spend an entire Saturday just looking at all the stuff that I know I will one day need.
As a homeowner I have become a bit of a handyman. It is odd how for 27 years all that I needed to get by was a hammer and a couple of screwdrivers. This is no longer true. I am now working on a very respectable tool collection. Every project brings to light new tools that I must have to properly complete the task. All this is made possible by my local Lowe’s center.
thank you Lowe’s, I will see you tomorrow, I need some weather stripping.


New Years Resolutions…

January 3, 2006
I though that I would do something different and post about my New Year’s Resolutions.
In the year of 2006 I vow to quit smoking, quit biting my finger nails, get down to and stay at around 190lbs.
I also will be blogging more often, though that is not a difficult task considering I have not posted one thing in 2 months. I will read more, take more photographs, and become more proficient in carpentry. I am also going to hone my general handyman skills.