I finally got all my content loaded back into Daz Studio. It only took three months, and even during that I lost some early categorization of the content (putting the items into categories to keep it all together — Poser has, or at least had, a terrible way of organizing content, at least by default). But now, everything I have bought is now reloaded and categorized inside Daz Studio.
Monthly Archives: February 2014
About 8 years ago, we were forced to switch insurance companies for home and auto from Royal & Sun Alliance because they were no longer providing services in our area. Travelers stepped in. Somehow through all this, we also ended up with two completely different insurance agents.
Yet another recipe shared by Buffalo Trace. Placed here so my wife and I can make it. Soon.
From the start of the 4 hour pre-game show through to the end, I found this to be one of the least interesting presentations of an NFL championship game I have ever experienced.
If I am so bored or annoyed at your pre-game show that I have to turn it off several times, you are doing something wrong. Did I really see what amounted to a commercial for the Catholic Church? What does that have to do with football? Reading the Declaration of Independence? The first half of it is a great document, the second contains every reason the colonies had for declaring said independence. Neither half mentions football. An interview with the president? By a fact-resistant blow-hard? Long, Strahan, and Johnson also seemed flat, their analyses uninspired. I don’t know if what happened with Terry Bradshaw’s father was affecting them, but that would be understandable.
The game was a runaway. I don’t know how many people forgot that defense wins championships, but there were a lot of supposed experts that picked the Broncos and their record setting offense. They weren’t even able to put up a fight.
And usually at least there are some commercials to make up for some of it, but not this time. I liked the Chevy Truck one with the bull, though the commercial wasn’t about Chevy Trucks per se. The Cheerios sequel was nice. I saw that some people liked the Doberhuahua, but that did nothing for me. I can only remember bits and pieces of other commercials.
To sum up, disappointed in the whole experience. Possibly I have gotten more curmudgeonly, but I wouldn’t have to be curmudgeonly if people did things my way.
Edited to Add: Alright, I was just reminded of the Budweiser Clydesdale Lab Puppy commercial, and yes, I am not so curmudgeonly that it failed to penetrate. It may have been allergies, though.