Cool things I’ve done

I’m not talking about important things I’ve done  – like work related stuff. Just cool things I have done – things that made me laugh, or made me happy because I helped.

  • I once conned three of my bosses into all contributing to a local charity – “Fans Four San Antonio” (now defunct) that provided fans to the elderly (It gets hot here).  We gave (literally) a truckload of fans (I gave as much as my bosses).  Very cool (pardon the pun).  It was filmed (but not aired) for TV. I get filmed but not aired a lot.
  • I helped buy a Digital Camera for someone in India I never met – and now he is a regular reader and contributor to comments on this blog.  One day, I hope he works with me.  Today, he is a friend.
  • When San Antonio was poised to get a new Women’s professional basketball team, the local NBC affiliate asked for suggestions for a name for the team.  Our local NBA team (and three time champion!) is the San Antonio Spurs.  I suggested the name of, “The San Antonio SpHERS”.  The local media carried it, and had fun with it.  I had a girlfriend at the time who was pissed over it.  In any case, it was a cool thing – I met some amazing people because of that silly thought.  It wasn’t sexist – it was funny!
  • I got MSNBC (mostly with Paul’s help) to correct a description on a Soyuz launch photo.
  • I saved human lives – both inside a hospital and out.  As a Neonatal Respiratory Therapist I saved a lot of lives.  And as someone that jumped into “shit river” in Subic Bay (common name for the drastically polluted river that ran between the Navy base and the town) to save a drunken and drowning Marine. 
  • 21 years ago I managed a Radio Shack in Novato, CA.  The air conditioning went out.  It got very hot.  The company would not replace it.  So I called OSHA on myself.  I had a new A/C unit a week later.  No regrets.
  • I’ve visited 48 of the 50 US States. I would like to visit all 50 before I am 50 (Delaware and Rhode Island – look out!)
  • I’ve been in 48 countries.  A few of them I enjoyed.
  • I didn’t just survive four hurricanes – I thrived in them – I met all of my neighbors – I had a generator, and I could make coffee – and every morning I had a group of neighbors over for a cup.  They had no water, or TV, or power.  But they had coffee.  And I had new friends.
  • I was a “roller skate cop” in Balboa Park, San Diego.  I had a ticket book, even 🙂 Skateboarding wasn’t even cool then!
  • I make more “friends” online than I make in person – although my best friends are people I’ve known well for a very long time).  I’m somewhat shy – which people don’t believe when they meet me or read my blog.
  • I gave the world’s shortest demo to a TV show called Computer Chronicles.  It lasted about ten seconds.  But that episode aired.

So often in life, it is these little things that make you truly happy – some of them very meaningful, some of them not.  Some of them life-changing, and some of them not.  But all of them added together make up who you are – and at the end of the day – at the end of your life, who you are matters mostly only to you. 

So live your life to make yourself proud of what you do, and you’ll never let yourself down.

Comments

  1. Here’s an Extreme version:

    Im not talking about significant things Ive done- like piece of work akin(p) stuff and nonsense. Just cool things I have done- things that made me jest, or made me felicitous because I helped.

    * I once conned three of my bosses into all contributing to a local Polemonium caeruleum- Fans Four San Antonio (now dead) that provided fans to the older (It gets red-hot here). We gave (literally) a truckload of fans (I gave as much as my bosses). Very cool (pardon the wordplay). It was filmed (but not aired) for television. I get filmed but not aired a caboodle.
    * I helped purchase a Digital Camera for person in India I never met- and now he is a regular reviewer and subscriber to comments on this web log. One twenty-four hours, I hope he works with me. Today, he is a Friend.
    * When San Antonio was poised to stupefy a New Womens professional basketball game team, the local NBC affiliate asked for suggestions for a figure for the team. Our local NBA team (and three clip champio atomic number 7!) is the San Antonio Spurs. I suggested the name of, The San Antonio SpHERS. The local media carried it, and had merriment with it. I had a girlfriend at the clock time who was pissed over it. In any slip, it was a coolheaded matter- I met some awful people because of that silly persuasion. It wasnt sexist- it was odd!
    * I got MSNBC (mostly with Pauls assistant) to compensate a description on a Soyuz launch photo.
    * I saved human lives- both inside a hospital and out . As a Neonatal RespiratoryTherapist I saved a band of lives. And as someone that jumped into prick river in Subic Bay (vulgar figure for the drastically polluted river that ran between the Navy theme and the townspeople) to save up a drunken and drowning Marine.
    * 21 years ago I managed a Radio Shack in Novato, CA. The aviation conditioning went out. It got very blistering. The company would not supercede it. So I called OSHA on myself. I had a New A/C social unit a hebdomad later. No regrets.
    * Ive visited 48 of the 50 US States. I would care to chat all 50 before I am 50 (Delaware and Rhode Island- see out!)
    * Ive been in 48 countries. A few of them I enjoyed.
    * I didnt just survive four hurricanes- I thrived in them- I met all of my neighbors- I had a generator, and I could wee java- and every break of day I had a grouping of neighbors over for a cup. They had no water system, or television receiver, or great power. But they had coffee bean. And I had new friends.
    * I was a roll skate cop in Balboa Park, San Diego. I had a slate script, even:) Skateboarding wasnt even cool down then!
    * I make more friends online than I make in person- although my best friends are people Ive known well for a very foresightful metre). Im somewhat diffident- which people dont believe when they meet me or record my web log.
    * I gave the worlds shortest demonstration to a television show called Computer Chronicles. It lasted about ten seconds. But that episode aired.

    So often in animation, it is these lilliputian things that make you truly happy- some of them very meaningful, some of them not. Some of them life-changing, and some of them not. But all of them added together make up who you are- and at the destruction of the twenty-four hour period- at the final stage of your liveliness, who you are matters mostly only to you.

    So be your aliveness to urinate yourself lofty of what you do, and youll never countenance yourself down.

  2. This comment binge is just boatloads of fun!

  3. Or, this slight mod:

    Im not talking about important things Ive done- like employment related stuff and nonsense. Just chill things I have done- things that made me gag, or made me happy because I helped .

    * I once conned three of my bosses into all contributing to a local charity- Fans Four San Antonio( now defunct) that provided fans to the elderly( It gets hot here). We gave( literally) a truckload of fans( I gave as much as my bosses). Very cool( forgiveness the pun). It was filmed( but not aired) for idiot box. I get filmed but not aired a whole lot .
    * I helped buy a Digital Camera for someone in India I never met- and now he is a regular lector and subscriber to comments on this web log. One 24-hour interval, I hope he works with me. Today, he is a supporter .
    * When San Antonio was poised to acquire a new Womens professional basketball game team, the local NBC affiliate asked for suggestions for a public figure for the team. Our local NBA team( and three meter champio nitrogen!) is the San Antonio Spurs. I suggested the name of, The San Antonio SpHERS. The local media carried it, and had fun with it. I had a girl at the clip who was pissed over it. In any slip, it was a cool thing- I met some amazing people because of that silly thought. It wasnt sexist- it was funny !
    * I got MSNBC( mostly with Pauls aid) to even up a description on a Soyuz launch photo.
    * I saved human lives- both inside a hospital and out . As a Neonatal RespiratoryTherapist I saved a bunch of lives. And as somebody that jumped into diddley river in Subic Bay( common name for the drastically polluted river that ran between the Navy foot and the town) to keep open a drunken and drowning Marine.
    * 21 years ago I managed a Radio Shack in Novato, CA. The line conditioning went out. It got very hot. The companionship would not supersede it. So I called OSHA on myself. I had a new A/C unit of measurement a week later. No regrets .
    * Ive visited 48 of the 50 US States. I would wish to chaffer all 50 before I am 50( Delaware and Rhode Island- seem out!)
    * Ive been in 48 countries. A few of them I enjoyed .
    * I didnt just survive four hurricanes- I thrived in them- I met all of my neighbors- I had a source, and I could draw java- and every forenoon I had a chemical group of neighbors over for a cupful. They had no body of water, or television, or big businessman. But they had java. And I had new friends .
    * I was a roller skate fuzz in Balboa Park, San Diego. I had a slate Quran, even:) Skateboarding wasnt even chill then!
    * I make more friends online than I make in somebody- although my best friends are people Ive known well for a very long time). Im somewhat shy- which people dont believe when they meet me or register my web log .
    * I gave the worlds shortest demonstration to a tv set display called Computer Chronicles. It lasted about ten seconds. But that instalment aired .

    So often in biography, it is these little things that make you truly happy- some of them very meaningful, some of them not. Some of them life-changing, and some of them not. But all of them added together make up who you are- and at the destruction of the 24-hour interval- at the destruction of your lifespan, who you are matters mostly only to you.

    So exist your spirit to take a shit yourself proud of what you do, and youll never permit yourself down.

  4. Im not talking about important things Ive done- like study related clobber. Just chill things I have done- things that made me laughter, or made me happy because I helped .

    * I once conned three of my bosses into all contributing to a local brotherly love- Fans Four San Antonio( now defunct) that provided fans to the elderly( It gets hot here). We gave( literally) a truckload of fans( I gave as much as my bosses). Very cool( pardon the pun). It was filmed( but not aired) for television receiver. I get filmed but not aired a batch .
    * I helped buy a Digital Camera for person in India I never met- and now he is a regular referee and subscriber to comments on this web log. One Day, I hope he works with me. Today, he is a booster .
    * When San Antonio was poised to draw a new Womens professional basketball game team, the local NBC affiliate asked for suggestions for a figure for the team. Our local NBA team( and three time champio normality!) is the San Antonio Spurs. I suggested the name of, The San Antonio SpHERS. The local media carried it, and had playfulness with it. I had a girlfriend at the prison term who was pissed over it. In any display case, it was a cool matter- I met some amazing people because of that silly mentation. It wasnt sexist- it was funny !
    * I got MSNBC( mostly with Pauls avail) to chastise a description on a Soyuz launch photo.
    * I saved human lives- both inside a hospital and out . As a Neonatal RespiratoryTherapist I saved a band of lives. And as individual that jumped into squat river in Subic Bay( common public figure for the drastically polluted river that ran between the Navy fundament and the town) to preserve a drunken and drowning Marine.
    * 21 years ago I managed a Radio Shack in Novato, CA. The air conditioning went out. It got very hot. The caller would not supersede it. So I called OSHA on myself. I had a new A/C social unit a week later. No regrets .
    * Ive visited 48 of the 50 US States. I would care to call in all 50 before I am 50( Delaware and Rhode Island- front out!)
    * Ive been in 48 countries. A few of them I enjoyed .
    * I didnt just survive four hurricanes- I thrived in them- I met all of my neighbors- I had a source, and I could have umber- and every first light I had a group of neighbors over for a cupful. They had no body of water, or boob tube, or force. But they had coffee. And I had new friends .
    * I was a curler skate bull in Balboa Park, San Diego. I had a ticket playscript, even:) Skateboarding wasnt even chill then!
    * I make more friends online than I make in someone- although my best friends are people Ive known well for a very long prison term). Im somewhat shy- which people dont believe when they meet me or learn my web log .
    * I gave the worlds shortest demonstration to a tv set display called Computer Chronicles. It lasted about ten seconds. But that episode aired .

    So often in life, it is these little things that make you truly happy- some of them very meaningful, some of them not. Some of them life-changing, and some of them not. But all of them added together make up who you are- and at the remainder of the sidereal day- at the remainder of your living, who you are matters mostly only to you.

    So subsist your animation to pretend yourself proud of what you do, and youll never have yourself down.

  5. Well, you set off a chain. The next comment is a rather funny result of that chain 😀