I ate my wafer...


Interesting science here.


I've wasted a disgusting amount of time tonight that I should be applying to the MPEP reading silly stories at iusedtobeleive.



Following the cardinal rule of blogging, and a very complete confidentiality agreement, I'm free to tell you all that I have a job that involves law. Its in the midwest. That's all. Its also fun, and educational, and wildly interesting.

In other news: I lost my wallet and cell phone last weekend, and am spending most of this week unfoobaring that. I bought a toy for the summer. Eventually I may even beat a title and a license plate out of the DMV for it. Well, after I get another driver's license that is. Besides the toy, I've been running a lot, working out, studying for the patent bar, and trying to break the minimum number of watches. More blogging to follow as time and internet access allow.


First, just so there is no confusion: I LIKE Remington. They have a fine history, nice products, etc. However, if anyone reading this has any Remington buckshot, especially anyone that might be using it for a serious purpose, you should check it for manufacturing problems immediately. I had a box of 00 buck that apparently was misassembled and has pellets sitting side-by-side=they'll feed through a magazine tube, but will NOT chamber. Only one cartidge out of 5 actually would not chamber at all, but the other's were very tight. So, I've called and emailed Remington, and they're looking into the problem. They were very interested and motivated over the phone, so I suspect they'll be recalling the entire lot if they don't find a reason limiting the problem to my box.