I cleared out the car hold
on Sunday thanks to the garage-media room proximity. I was able to relocate all of the tools to the adjacent storage room, though they've been in disarray since being displaced from the upstairs bedroom.
Now there's room
for a work bench, should that be a pressing need when the indentured serv- family comes down for turkey and A Colbert Christmas
And perhaps I'll I find myself in an industrious mood wherein the garage is a fine test spot for concrete polishing
(Jay's garage, above). On the subject, a good amount of dust has accrued in the media room - and it's not like I've been sloppy down there; the couch, et al, are still pristine. Concrete's a quick clean, not so for carpet.
I think the shiny, minimalist garage will be a boon for the eventual sales process. Most of the houses I looked at months ago used the garage as storage locker, dog house, evil dungeon, or all of the above.
to be done. First, a few for helmets and such to be located where my riding and surfing gear hangs. Next, some small ones for the sound system
rescued from Casa Morelos. Apparently the thing only likes me- it would continually overheat and shut down for my old roomies and did the same for Rob
when he tried it recently. Last night it worked seamlessly with my mp3 player.
The next step is to move the extra tv down there since garage activities mesh well with American sports. Then hook the ol' laptop up to the tv and audio system for access to Pandora and internet accessibility
Now, Alfa owner I am not (yet). Nor do I wish to act the Ferrari owner. But how awesome is the above dude's place? I think I read somewhere it's an architecture piece called Driver's Domain
or something like that.
I'm a fan of lighting- flashes for photography, fluorescents for wrenching, and accents for everything in between. So I'd like to install some red, recessed led bulbs
on a motion sensor. Red because it's close to safe light color, leds because they're instant-on and I could leave them going overnight and use less power than thirty minutes of tv. And it'd go nicely with a chair out front and some sort of beverage. My block isn't quite as interesting as the Adams-Morgan strip where I learned to love the practice, but excellent nonetheless.
So, those vents on the side of the garage. Are those for thermal equalization or what? Cause honestly I'd much prefer to close them up and stem the flow of moisture to my sensitive metal products within.
I'm still unsure how to execute on the storage room. It's a convenient way to access much of the house, so I'd like to keep it uncluttered. It's an accessible but unseen storage spot for garage materials and that will be its primary purpose. The room is also ideal for wine, perhaps the northernmost section could be outfitted with a rack. And there's the choice of ground cover for the exposed hillside.
I found some black crg levers
on the Pro Italia
site, so on Saturday I stopped by the Glendale store - yeah, the one from Entourage
Good spot. I've never had any serious complaints about GP
, but the shop is certainly much friendlier than their southern equivalents. They even knew Chris from Ca
Barring any bad scoring corrections, looks like I have a shot at the Medieval Gridiron playoffs.
The Raiders game was a breath of fresh air. The recipe for success was a pretty obvious causation
: half of Denver's defense was on the bench -> the Oakland offense could be somewhat effective -> the Oakland defense was not stuck on the field for fifty minutes -> there was no fourth quarter defensive collapse.
Rob Ryan is brilliant
. I didn't need a victory to say so, this is just the first Monday I've actually wanted to think about football. Oakland has put up some fantastic challenges (remember how they dominated SD through three quarters) but the d would always falter having been saddled with spending the most time on the field and putting points on the board.
Russell and McFadden may be developing, the only thing to say for sure is that they need time on the field. Fargas is solid.
Cutler had a less-than-stellar day. Perhaps Shanahan trusted his second string defense a bit too much against an ineffective Oakland attack. Against any other team he may have tried making the game a shootout
a la the Browns. The Raider secondary is good, but Cutler had a solid pocket all game
and with receivers like Marshall and Royal, it's surprising he only completed 43% of his passes.
And then there's the absence of Jason Elam...