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Wish Lists

This year we used Google sites to share our holiday/birthday wish lists with family. It was really easy and VERY convenient.
Check it out here: Team.Tenkely.Net/WishList

(not asking you to buy anything...but you should... friggen Scrooge!!)

What's for Dinner

Chicken, double meat (that's what she said), double bacon, pepperjack, onions, lettuce, tomatoes, olives, green peppers, pickles, cucumbers, banana peppers, oil, vinegar, salt, pepper, and ranch dressing on 12 inch italian herbs and cheese. Mmmmmmmm

Why White Women Should Not Have Bedazzlers.


Nov. 20, 1820: One Whale Exacts His Revenge

1820: The whaling ship Essex is rammed and sunk by a sperm whale 2,000 miles off the west coast of South America. The ordeal of the crew inspires Herman Melville's classic, Moby Dick.

The Essex was an aging vessel from Nantucket, which at the time possessed the largest whaling fleet in the world. The three-masted ship was 87 feet long and weighed 238 tons. She was captained by George Pollard Jr., at 28 already an experienced whaler.

By November 1820 the Essex had been at sea for over a year (three years out was not uncommon), surviving an early knockdown in an Atlantic squall and a rough passage around Cape Horn. Once the ship reached the fertile Pacific whaling grounds, however, things began looking up.

If the risks of whaling were many, the rewards could be great. Whale oil was prized as a lighting fuel. A successful voyage could make a captain wealthy, and meant a good payday for the crew as well. The Essex had taken its share of whales and on Nov. 20 appeared ready to take a few …

Best Ever

Hands down this is the best name for candy cigarettes ever.

Pumpkin Carving Party Pics

Here are some pics from the 2008 Pumpkin Carving Party. Regardless of what everyone voted and what anyone may tell you, I won again. That is why my pumpkin is posted first. View all Pics Here

Amazing Photo Spot

I don't get it.

Today in SanFrancisco

After a full day of networking and seminars, Traci and I got a chance to tool around the city just a little bit. The map below is a GPS tracked map of where we have been, it should up date as we move along so check it out. We thought we would hoof it to this restaurant the Shepherds recommended called "The Stinking Rose". The G1 said it was only like 1.6 miles so we said sweet and started walking. Turns out that SanFran has a bunch of hills in it and the walk ended up being much longer (when you account for incline). Anyway the chow was DEFINATLEY worth the walk, but we did cab it back to the hotel...