sith, feh

I thought it would come sooner or later

My company, which has been trying to kill my division for years, has finally outsourced the remaining 15 of us to India. Since I don't want to move to Bangalore, I'm looking for better options.

Any leads are greatly appreciated; email me if you don't want to post a comment.

The Kodaks do their best

Okay, so one or two of you expressed a desire to see photographic proof, no doubt suspecting we're still perpetuating an April Fool's joke.

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For those of you who think I'm just really good with my Photoshop-fu, may I remind you that I are an engineer, not a graphic designer.

Ben venuti

Well, that was a little surprise. Had a garage sale on Saturday, and bearly_here spent most of it sitting in a chair. As we were cleaning up, she told me to pack up quickly. Apparently, her water had broken.

Headed to the hospital for a checkup, and they tried to admit us. Since contractions hadn't started, we opted to go back home and wait, which wasn't long in coming. We headed back at about 4:00am, and had a relatively quick labor.

At 1:54pm on Sunday, August 31, 2008, Benjamin Richard Jedlinsky arrived. He was 6.5 pounds, 19.5 inches long. Just over a month shy of his due date.

And if your curiosity's satisfied...

For those who were wondering, yesterday's post is, in fact, true.

We couldn't resist, once we learned the news, to wait the extra couple days to post it on the first of April.

Thanks to all of you who wished us congratulations, and apologies to those who thought it was cruel to play it so coy.