Well it’s been almost 6 months since I’ve participated in any silly blog memes so I guess I’m due for one. I’ve been “tagged” by Dustin Diaz and since I’m not quite done with my next Photoshop Basics tutorial, I’ll be a good sport about it:

Four jobs I’ve had in my life
…that aren’t on my resume.

  • Grocery bagger at Publix
  • UCF financial aid advisor
  • Accountant and loader for a trucking company
  • Assistant wrestling coach (well, I volunteer for that)

Four movies I can watch over and over

  • Braveheart
  • Pirates of the Caribbean
  • Good Will Hunting
  • Space Balls

Four places I have lived
…or, “The ONLY four places I have ever lived.”

  • Vero Beach, FL
  • Orlando, FL
  • Gainesville, FL
  • Columbia, SC

Four TV shows I love to watch

  • The O.C.
  • Rezoned
  • In a Fix
  • I Want That!

Four places I have been on vacation

  • Destin, FL
    (By far the best, but not because of the location.)
  • Italy
  • Key West
  • Washington, DC

Four websites I visit daily

Four of my favorite foods

Four places I would rather be right now

  • With my wife. She just left this morning for a 2-day conference entitled “Engineering the Automotive Future” at The University of Alabama.
  • Backpacking in Italy
  • Out Geocaching
  • At the beach somewhere warm

Four bloggers I am tagging


  1. Hey, I’m a core developer for dotProject. Thanks for joining the community!

    Mind sharing some details about how you use it and what your top 3 complaints are? I’m working at collecting feedback from actual users in production environments.


  2. 1,2,3. Not It! Haha. Sorry, I only tagged people that I knew would play along.

  3. Uh oh… I’ve been tagged. At least now I something to post. Things have been pretty mundane around here lately.

    Oh, that dotProject app looks pretty useful… if I had projects to manage. I might consider showing it to some people at work and see if they want to try it out with my project. Perhaps I can find a way to try it out on my own.

  4. Dustin: Oh and I wouldn’t play along? I see how it is. <sarcasm />

  5. If it was like that, then it would be like saying:
    “Hello sir, how are you today? Here comes a sarcastic comment. I see how it is. Did you hear my sarcastic comment?”.

    But I wanted it to sound like:
    “Hello sir, how are you today? I see how it is. That was sarcastic, by the way.”

    The idioms of the english language do not translate quite so well when converted to a markup style language, pity.

    Do like my gravatar? I just got it the other day after being frustrated for years about not having one (that website seems to always be down).

  6. Justin, I think your sarcastic markup is incorrect. Shouldn’t it be:
    <sarcasm>I see how it is.</sarcasm>

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