Archive for February 28th, 2007

American Idol just got a little classier with this contestant Antonella Barba and the pictures of her floating around the internet.

I think I can save us all a lot of time and simply declare her the winner. Let’s face it. You’re not going to get much more talented than this. I don’t watch American Idol, but if girls like her are competing, then maybe it’s worth tuning in. Apparently besides looking pretty hot, she can sing too.

-Dave Q.

Today is my first day back working in a facility that I haven’t been at in about 3 years.  This is the site that I first started out at, so it’s a homecoming of sorts.  Except that there is about a 90% change in the people that were here back then to who is here today.  I barely recognize most of these people.  And I’ve already gotten the “who are you?” look from a couple of people.  They don’t realize I’ve been with the company for over 6 years.  But there are a few familiar faces.  Namely my good friend Brian.  A fellow IT Analyst.

Partners in Crime

This is me and Brian in this building about 4 years ago.  Look at me then.  So young.  So vibrant.  So full of life.  Not a care in the world.  And Brian.  He, unfortunately, still looks like this.  He and I go way back.  Kind of like Han Solo and Chewbacca.  Naturally, Brian would be Chewbacca, since he’s taller.  And ugly as sin. ;)  That might be too harsh.  Let’s just say he’s not as good looking as Chewbacca.  Yeah.  That’s sounds better.

Han & Chewy

Anyway, it’s good to be back.  I will miss my friends from the other facility I was at.  They took care of me.  Particularly, Maria, Hilda, and Romy.  They would always hook me up with breakfast.  Which was good since 83% of the time I was running too late to pick it up myself.  I am fairly certain I won’t get that kind of love here.  But I’ll survive.  I think…

-Dave Q.

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  • I remember when I was in the army, we had the toughest drill sergeant in the world. He'd get right up next to your face and yell, and if you didn't have the right answers, mister, you'd be peeling potatoes or changing the latrine. Hey, wait. I wasn't in the army. Then who WAS that guy?!