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Snap! – apple store

01.19.2007 @ 10:01 PM in Lifestream

Snap! - apple store

Originally uploaded by Buffawhat. Taken 19 Jan '07, 6.01pm AST PST.

Looking at ipods

Gay’s Anatomy

01.19.2007 @ 7:35 PM in Lifestream
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So Isaiah Washington called T.R. Knight a "faggot"... now what? GLAAD has their apology, and despite the unintelligible "I love gay. I wanted to be gay. Please let me be gay," from Mr. Washington, it seems that no one is satisfied. SO what should be done? I can't decide, and as a proud faggot.... I can't really say that I care too much either. Yes, he messed up and said something he shouldn't. And yes, from what his fellow castmembers say, he's a jerk on stage, too. Perhaps he has learned something from all this.... whisper!

Snap! – bus blues

01.18.2007 @ 9:32 PM in Lifestream

Snap! - bus blues

Originally uploaded by Buffawhat. Taken 18 Jan '07, 5.32pm AST PST.

On the bus... Going to pearl st grill tonight to see the bf. First task is to clean my deerty apartment!

Snap! – angel

01.17.2007 @ 10:40 PM in Lifestream

Snap! - angel

Originally uploaded by Buffawhat. Taken 17 Jan '07, 6.40pm AST PST.

My new office toy... I got it from Positively Main Street. Yes, Im still at work because the GD bus was early... And I wont get another till 7:20.

Rocking A Lot More Than the Vote

01.17.2007 @ 9:38 PM in Lifestream
Yesterday was my birthday, however I don't mind sharing it with the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr because I normally get a day off. MTV's Rock the Vote website decided to celebrate the King as well, providing a link to what they thought was an informative website on the Rev's life. Who would have thought a website with the url of http://www.martinlutherking.org (don't go there) would be one of hate and hurtful parody of its namesake? They quickly fixed their mistake and issued a grave apology, however I don't believe the excuse. Here's the apology issued from RtVBlog:
Last night, Rock the Vote made a mistake. In honor of Rev. Martin Luther King's birthday, we created a tribute from the RtV front page, as we have done every year for quite some time. To identify the external link, our webmaster searched Google and chose one of the top results, a website that, at a quick glance, appears to be a tribute to Dr. King with speeches, photos and a special emphasis on the holiday (martinlutherking.org - but don't go there). But appearances (and, apparently, popular results on Google) are deceptive. The website is a racist site that disrespects Dr. King and insults all of us who cherish his advocacy for justice. On behalf of RtV, I would like to extend our deepest apologies for this mistake. The link was immediately corrected.
The offending website was replaced by http://www.thekingcenter.org, the OFFICIAL website of the Martin Luther King legacy. I searched Google myself and used "Martin Luther King." Quite assumedly the webmaster used that string as well (I tried a few other strings, but they don't return the same result scenario that would have caused the confusion). The results came as followed: mlk.jpg Of course, I would look at the namesaked url first, who wouldn't? However, even a few seconds of viewing and the quality of the website would alert me to something. This is why tabs were invented; I'd open up the first three links that looked promising, and then go with the correct one, which even from viewing the meta data (says "OFFICIAL WEBSITE," not meaning it should be believed immediately, but looks more enticing) you'd probably have no trouble deciding that thekingcenter.org was the winner. All in all, the apology was sincere. I know they messed up; but oh man, this was not a case of "Google fed me a bad link." This is another example of piss-poor searching methods by someone who should have spent a few seconds more on his job. mlkorg.jpg [martinlutherking.org - ooh Look, Rap Lyrics!] mlkc.jpg [thekingcenter.org - this IS the beloved community] Via - Blake Ross Rock the Vote

I found the Past

01.17.2007 @ 5:52 PM in Lifestream
After a wonderful 4-day weekend with my Family, I'm back home. I spent quality time with family, met old friends, and of course, dug around my old workstation upstairs. About two years ago, I was neck deep in a network of my creation called razyr.com. I had a tech blog, a forum, hosted blogs for others, and offered design resources for other forums and blogs.

Snap! – junk food

01.16.2007 @ 8:24 PM in Lifestream

Snap! - junk food

Originally uploaded by Buffawhat. Taken 16 Jan '07, 4.24pm AST PST.

My late christmas present from my faux sister... The sad thing is that this is the most groceries I had in the house for months.

Snap! – Country Fair

01.16.2007 @ 7:15 PM in Lifestream

Snap! - Country Fair

Originally uploaded by Buffawhat. Taken 16 Jan '07, 3.15pm AST PST.

The Country Fair in Springville means Im halfway back to Buffalo.

Hop on Pop

01.15.2007 @ 5:07 AM in Culture
Hop on Pop Originally uploaded by Buffawhat. Taken 15 Jan '07, 1.02am AST PST.
My dad must be really tired... he didn't even notice the flash go off as I captured him in one of his favorite pastimes. I love my dad, he's done so much for me to help me get to where I am. He's also buying my membership to the gym (I Chose Allentown Athletix).. Thanks Dad!

New WNYmedia Blogger… platform to come!

01.14.2007 @ 7:08 PM in Buffalo
I've been privileged enough to be asked to join the WNY Media family of bloggers. My mirror link is buffawhat.wnymedia.net and my feed can be seen from the main page... I guess that means I have to get to business. When I first started Buffawhat, I immediately noticed the network and realized what a presence that they captured in Buffalo.