Since I replied with this to my old Friend Lori on Facebook, I thought I would put it here for reference in case a) the Rosati’s computer fails or b) we lose the receipts taped on the inside of our cabinet. Our standard Friday night (or during the week more often) pizza is the 14″… Continue reading Pizza Night
A CVS log file contains all the versions, from cvs log xxx. For a task at work I need to extract the dates of all the revision 1.1s RCS file: /cvs/asp/…/TestJob.java,v Working file: G:/…/TestJob.java head: 1.40 branch: locks: strict access list: symbolic names: XXX: 1.13 YYY: 1.40 keyword substitution: kv total revisions: 56; selected revisions:… Continue reading Cygwin grep and EOL
Bette and I, along with bowling buddies Doug and Laurie, attended Music for Martin at Grace Lutheran Woodstock on Sunday, Feb 22, a program commemorating Martin Luther King Jr in songs and poems and readings, all done by local youth. It was a great program, and I would highly recommend it for next year. Our… Continue reading Music for Martin 2009
Kat was in High School Musical as Taylor McKessie. The show was good, in a gym, and the kids did a wonderful job. Kat showed an animation on stage which I don’t see too often in person. Maybe I am just boring. However, I think I am done with HSM. Three times is enough!
So we junked our van today. Just a car, right? If it’s just a car, why do I feel like crying? In 1995, our new family, just married the year before, replaced Bette’s old Chrysler Fifth Avenue “Blue Whale” with a brand new Dodge Ram Conversion van. Brand shiny new, with captain’s chairs, interior rope… Continue reading Ode to a Van
Out running around, let’s stop for dinner. Bette suggested the Williams Street Public House, a new restaurant from the Woodstock Public House team. She enjoyed the lunch she had there, so what the heck. We each had a nice glass of wine. Bette noticed on the menu there was a charge for extra dressings. She… Continue reading Williams Street Public House