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2-26-04 - WOO HOO!!   Going to Prom!   YEAH!   Yeah, I finally worked up the courage to ask Liz to the prom.   She said 'yes,' so I guess we're going together.   Yay!   Anyway, now I suppose we have to get all the details straightened out (what we're doing for dinner...).   I don't even know where she lives!   Oh well, it should be fun.   One of the things I have looked forward to during my entire high school career was having jurisdiction in the area of prom.   Now I have it.   'Nuff said.

Well, after a long time of procrastination and forgetfullness, I finally have set into motion my plans for TI-BASIC tutorials.  Expect the first few in a week or so.  \\ // Live Long and Prosper \\ //

-Dick-

2-19-04

A Hallmark Card Never Written
My wheel was thumping
I thought it was flat.
But when I looked at the tire,
I noticed your cat.
Sorry.

2-15-04 - So, another Valentine's day has passed, and amazingly, I am still single (hmmmm... Imagine that)! Anyway, since Valentine's Day fell on a Saturday this year, we celebrated it on Friday the 13th (I personally think that's kind of ironic).   We all gave each other candy, and stuff, and tried to steal the pretty females' hearts.   Ooh!   Something else, Melissa got a pretty stuffed bear from Brandon Weyer!   Ooooh...   Someone special!

On another note, results came out for South Dakota All-State Band.   I didn't make it.   Actually, nobody from Sturgis made it, except for Sarah Manley, who just happens to be the only person that made it last year (Ha!   And you said that you wouldn't get in...).   I suppose though, since I have only been playing the Contrabass Clarinet for 7-8 months, that's to be expected.   Oh well.   Next year, right? \\ //

-Richie- Just call me Tom

2-13-04 - I watched Titan A.E. tonight.   If you've never heard of it, it's a movie where the Earth is destroyed by a race called the Drej in the year 3026 or somewhere in there.   Anyway, they destroy the Earth because they fear what humanity may become, and therefore swear to destroy the entire human race.   There is, however a hope for them, because as the Earth was destroyed an extremely powerful ship, the Titan, capable of creating an entire planet, manages to escape and become hidden.   Most of the movie is spent trying to find the Titan, so that they can make a new planet (I don't see why they can just go find some other unsettled planet).   Overall, I think it was a pretty good movie, and I enjoyed it.   I think, though, that the thing that got me was watching the Earth become nothing more than large chunks of rock.   I mean, I don't like watching the Earth, my home and everything I know, being demolished like that.   Sure, it looks cool, but then I also realize that that's my home they're blowing up.  There's also something inside that keeps wondering: "what if something like that really did happen.   What if the Earth isn't always here?"

OK, well, I suppose that about it this time around, if you aren't already sick of my mindless jabbering.   I'm going to go to bed, and I am going to sleep in, and it will be good...       \\ //

-Richie Nelson-

1-23-04 - Well, first week of the new semester is over, and I know that this semester will be much better than the first one, because now I get to do things.   Yay!   Anyway, I'm off now to Brookings, SD to go and look at SDSU as a possible college, which should be fun.   Anyway, peace out, and I'll be back with some more updates.

-Richie Nelson-

1-18-04 - Hey all.   Wow, it is SO nice to just be able to sit here and not do anything.   It makes me happy.   See, up until now, the stress in my life has pretty much been building to critical levels, because I've been going nonstop.  There, drama, contest stuff, end of the semester finals to prepare for, and most importantly, All-State Band tryouts.   Well, the audition was yesterday, and now I'm pretty much done with everything for a while.  Actually, it seems like my stress level has just gotten up and jumped off a cliff or something.   And know what?   I FEEL GREAT!!  BOOYA!

Ahem, now that I've gotten that up and out of my system, I suppose I should tell you about the improvements I've made hmmmmm?   Well, it's nothing too spectacular, so don't get all your hopes up.  Right now, I've just taken the time and added three new Applications to my Calculator Page. All of these apps I have installed on my calculator, several of which I use quite often.   So, if you have a little brother or sister that keeps getting your calculator and plas games on it when you don't want them to, then Krolypto is probably for you.   Also, on another note, I have a new version of my Areaform program on my calculator, ready to be uploaded here to Mr. Website.   Tonight though, I'm just too lazy to go upstair to get the calculator to do it, so I hope to do it tomorrow.   \\ // Live long and prosper, ya'll. \\ //

-Richie Nelson-

P.S. Megan, I'm gonna sign your guestbook and link you real soon, OK?

1-1-03...  04 - I discovered today that my electric razor not the shade of black that I though it was, but actually a dark blue... \\ //

-Richie N.-

12-23-03 - Well, another day of updating, and this time, I didn't just add a lowsy post to my main page (though I suppose I did do that...).   No siree.  Also, I added a new poem to the poetry section, if Y'all haven't noticed it already.  It's My Turtle Wax poem, that I created for my choir teacher, Mr. Torbert, so you should all check it out.  I also updated my Fun Stuff page with a new humor thingy, called 30 fun things to do while driving.   Make sure you check all that stuff out sometime.

Since tomorrow is Christmas Eve (oh my goodness!  It's here!), I finished up my wrapping... yeah.  I think those that know me all know that I cannot wrap things worth anything, and would all agree that Dave Barry said it best:  Women can take a piece of wrapping paper the size of a deck of cards and wrap an object the size of a regulation volleyball court without any part of the object showing or poking out.  A man, however, cannot wrap an object the size of a deck of cards with a piece of paper the size of a regulation volleyball court.   *sighs*   Well, at least it's done now, right?   I don't have to worry about it for another year. \\ //

Merry Christmas.

-Richie Nelson-

12-22-03 - Wow, it certainly is getting closer to Christmas here...  Hmmm...   Yep. Anyway, now that I'm officially on my christmas break here, it's time to update.  Ya.   Originally, I had set aside this day to do some updating, but to my surpise, went to the third and final movie of the LOTR trilogy. It was actually very good, though it did get rather long.  I think my only problem with the movie was how it ended.  For those of you that have actually read the trilogy, you all will understand once you have seen the movie, because the ending of the movie, and the ending of the book are almost nothing alike...   *sighs*  Anyway, tomorrow there should be some new stuff up, like a new humor piece, and a new poem about Turtle Wax (if I can get it up).

Also, I updated my Equation Solver readme for the Ti-83+ (SE), so people should now be able to actually KNOW how to work it.  *kicks himself for not including operation instructions*

One other note for all you people...  Even with all the hustle and bustle of this time of the year, make sure that you remember the real reason of this season.  Sure it's nice to get presents (or in my case, money for a certain New York trip), but Jesus is the real reason why we celebrate.

Merry Christmas.

-Richie Nelson-

12-17-03 - Not Sick anymore!  Yay!  Anyway, recently, I have been getting a whole slew of e-mails about my equation solver program on my Calculator Page.   Many people have been having trouble using it because they don't know where to find the '=' sign.   Well, I have the answer, which I will put into my readme file for that program. Anyway, here goes.

First, you enter in the first part of the equation, making sure that the equation is relatively simplified (e.g.  2+5x-1 would be 5x+1).   Once you are up to the equal sign, hit [2nd] and then [Math].   Then, you'll come across a menu, with all the equivalence signs (=, <, > etc...), all of which are compatible with the program. hit enter on the one you want and then finish typing out the equation.

Also, people have asked me why you have to simplify the equation before having it solved...   Well, because first off 2+5x-1 is not THAT hard to simplify, even with your head. It is quite simple to do a little adding or subtracting.  Also, to do the simplification code would have put a lot more code into the program, making it bigger than I wanted it to be. Well, that's about it for today. \\ //

-Richie N.-

11-14-03 - YES!   Another update! Anyway, I have several pages created.  However, I don't have their parent page up yet, so that will be my project this weekend.  One of them was so good, that I though I would put it up right away, so people can read it and laugh. It's a list of guidelines for World Domination.  You can reach it by clicking on the link I just gave you, or this one, right here.   It's a hoot, and I should have a parent page for that one and a couple up by the end of the weekend.  Anyway, I'd better get to bed, because tomorrow, I have Knowledge Bowl (a school activity with people bent on making you feel incredibly stupid by asking obscenely difficult questions against other schools.  [What was U.S. General Ulysses S. Grant's wife's maiden name and blood type?  Uh huh.  I though so...]  Well, I guess it's not so bad) tournament thingy. Faretheewell, All.\\ //

-Richie N.-

10-24-03 - Well everyone, I just want you all to know that yes, I am in fact, alive.   Very much alive, actually, even though it doesn't seem that way from the way Mycheesewedge has been updated in the last few weeks (try 1 1/2 months...).  Anyway. During the past month and a half, my life has been excrutiatingly busy, and I have had no time to run a website, because my soul was jointly owned by the Drama club, Choir, Band, and several other school activities.  UFF DA!  Anyways, there are no updates this time, just this nifty little note, though I have almost nothing going on at all this weekend, which will give me plenty of time to make revisions, additions, and put other little nifties on my little corner of the web here.  If any of you have any questions, comments, or suggestions pertaining to anything on my website (including any aspect of the TI-83+ calculator), please feel free to e-mail me here or at Rnelson47@lycos.com.  Input you have would be greatly appreciated.

Also!  In order to partially make up for my lack of updates, I'm including this really nifty picture (at least I thought it was nifty.  It has Star Trek characters in it!) I found the other day:

Star Trek Meets the Matrix

Star Trek Meets the Matrix.  You can see Picard, Troi, Geordi, and Wesley!!!

-Richie N.-\\ //

9-15-03 - Well, finally, after several weeks of having to use the library computers, we have finally managed to reformat our computer, and everything is running pretty smoothly with the internet now, so updates should be able to be posted right after I make them now.  yay.

Also, I have begun formulating the curriculum for TI-BASIC Tutorials that I am going to put up on this site. I'm thinking that some of the first tutorials should be done within a week or so.  If you have any questions, contact me here at Rnelson47@lycos.com.

9-7-03 - Greetings all.  Just recently, I have received several e-mails from people expressing interest in learning the TI-BASIC programming language for the TI-83/ +/ S.E, which leaves me wondering whether or not there are other people out there searching for good TI-BASIC tutorials.  However, in order to know that, I need you, the visitor of my website.  See, I do not wish to spend hours of my time (especially with school, and other extracurricular activities picking up steam) creating BASIC tutorials that no one is ever going to read.  However, if there are people out there who want to learn TI-BASIC, please E-mail me or Sign My Guestbook or something, and let me know that there is a demand for such a thing.\\ //

-Richie N.-

8-30-03 - Well, I've just spent my first 2 days at school (why'd they ever thing about putting a 2-day week for the first week of school?), and perhaps I have just conformed to my new school schedule already, but it seems like summer vacation never existed, and school has just kept going.  Also, now that School has started up, as well as Drama and choir (actually, auditions for our musical are next Thursday.  Uff da), I probably will not have much time to be running a website, so I may not get to your questions and e-mails for a couple days, but I will get to them.

Hey, today, my CD came in for South Dakota Honor Choir, a lot sooner than I had expected it.  But we sound really good, and it was worth the wait!  Now I can listen to my favorite songs over and over and over and over until I am thoroughly sick and tired of them.   \\ //

-Richie N.-

8-27-03 - Well, my school bag is packed, my new notebooks are labeled, and everything is ready for school to begin tomorrow- except for one thing:  My calculator.  It has become a habit since I first got it, that I erase all my memory (ARC and RAM) and start anew, just like system maintenance, or something like that.  Hmmm...  It seems that I have just forgotten what I was wanting to type, so I guess I'll just stop here.

Before I lived here in Sturgis, SD, I lived up in North Dakota, in a town called Devils Lake for about 9 years.  I was pretty much known for my 'trekkiness,' since everyone else at my school was into Star Wars.  Well, I moved here to Sturgis last year, and it seems that I haven't been 'entirely' forgotten, because a while ago, one of my friends sent me the following trekkie picture, taken while on a school trip or something:

\\ // Live Long and Prosper!  \\ //

Y'know, I'm glad that I haven't been forgotten up there yet.  \\ //

8/24/03 - Yesterday, I was playing tennis (when I say tennis, I mean 'hit the ball, if you can, and hitting it over the net is even better') with a couple friends, when I realized that *gasp* school starts next week!  Actually, I'm kind of glad that summer is almost over.  I'm tired of summer, and am ready for school to begin, partially because I did not have a constant job during (actually, I never even got a response from Dairy Queen or Subway after I filled out an application).  I am looking forward to seeing my friends again, and to begin all our homework again, even though it may seem useless at the time.  I think the only thing I don't look forward to is the fact that I have to take Physical Education *groans.*  Not fun.  Well, it's only for a semester, I suppose...

Also, I have added MirageOS and Omnicalc to my Calculator page, under the Flash Application section, and have added some more humor.  More to come.  \\ //

Richie

8/24/03 - Yesterday, I was playing tennis (when I say tennis, I mean 'hit the ball, if you can, and hitting it over the net is even better') with a couple friends, when I realized that *gasp* school starts next week!  Actually, I'm kind of glad that summer is almost over.  I'm tired of summer, and am ready for school to begin, partially because I did not have a constant job during (actually, I never even got a response from Dairy Queen or Subway after I filled out an application).  I am looking forward to seeing my friends again, and to begin all our homework again, even though it may seem useless at the time.  I think the only thing I don't look forward to is the fact that I have to take Physical Education *groans.*  Not fun.  Well, it's only for a semester, I suppose...

Also, I have added MirageOS and Omnicalc to my Calculator page, under the Flash Application section, and have added some more humor.  More to come.  \\ //

Richie

8-20-03
Uff da.  Well, it is currently 10:58 p.m, and I have spent about an hour or so doing some real updating. It took a while, and the changes may not be all that noticeable, but it I've found that it really gives you a good feeling to sit back, look at those improved HTML documents, and say:  "Oh yeah, that definitely looks a lot better." Besides, the website really needed it.

I am now very pleased to announce the addition of a couple new pages, including the Star Trek humor page I have been talking so much about for a while.  Only it is not just a Star Trek humor page, it contains everything I find that has to do with Star Trek that I am not lazy enough to put up.  Everything on this site that has to do with Star Trek on this site will be on the Star Trek page.  Also, since this page has been in existence, I have often posted my updates, or just things that everyone has to know (see below) right here on the main page.  However, for about 3 months now, this list of postings has grown considerable longer and longer, so that it seems endless.   Anyway, I have put old news up on a new page that I call 'The Archives.'  There, you will find all the 'old news' for this site (it's actually kind of interesting to look back at my first postings, and then to the more recent ones.  It sort of shows how I (and the website) have developed as I became more comfortable with HTML (my coding has become a lot better). Quite interesting).

Well, I think that just about wraps it up for this session. Until next time, Adios. \\ //

-Richie N.-

Stardate 47741.5 (8/9/03) - The other day, I realized something that I just had to make sure that everyone who looks at this page knows about:  Ok, I began thinking the other day (uh oh) when I was replacing the knives at my summer rally job.  Anyway, I was thinking "Knife is such a cool word, because it has a silent 'k' in it.  Cool!"  So I then began to say it the way I like to say so many other words:  making sure that every sound is emphasized (i.e. knead= 'cuhneeadd'), so I was going around saying 'cuhnnifee' (with emphasis on the 'i' of course).  After saying it like that for a while, I began wondering whether or not there were other words like that, so I then began to search my vocabulary for other words that started with 'kn.'  After a little while, I stumbled upon the word 'knight,' so I then began sound out each individual sound:  'cuh-n-i-g-hit' (the h is too much work to say, so we just say 'cuhniggit'). Once I pieced the word together, I suddenly realized that I heard 'cuhniggit' somewhere else!!  But the question is where?  Finally, it dawned upon me that in the movie Monty Python and the Holy Grail, there's this scene with King Arthur and his posse of people, and they are standing outside this huge stone stronghold, and there's this really cool French guy that sit up in his stronghold and taunts the knights. One of his taunts is something along the line of "I flare my nostrils at you, you English cuhniggits!"  YES!!  The cool little French guy was just saying 'knight,' only emphasizing each sound, thus making the nights think it was insulting!  Take that, Monty Python.  We're too smart for your mind games!  Well, anyway, I though that you all would like to know that little tidbit. \\//

-Ritshee, thuh cuhniggit with cuhnowleed-gablee cuhnivees-

8-6-03 - Hmmmmm...  Well, all is well here in Sturgis, or is it?  Two days ago, the Annual Sturgis Bike Rally began, and Sturgis has been covered in an impenetrable aura of motorcycle sounds that never cease!   So, ever since the bikers (and the venders) have taken over our town, the actual residents are either (a) getting a job for the Rally, (b) Going on vacation (or c) cowering in their homes in a fetal position.  Being one of the more courageous ones, I found a job working in the kitchen of a campground, run by a family that goes to our church, and it isn't a very bad job at all.

On a different note, I was recently probing my belly button on an archaelogical dig, where I discovered something I had never seen before, and was therefore compelled to write a poem about it. I call it The Thing...  You should all check it out. Oh yeah.

Well, I think that about sums it up for this update. \\ //   Viva larga y prospera   \\ //

-Richie-

Saturday August 2, 2003 (Stardate 47734.2)-Well, I am back from honor's choir, and I think that it had to have been one of (if not THE) best choral experiences I have ever taken part in.  It was SO MUCH FUN!!!!   I made several new friends, and I know the friends that I already had a lot better now.   And when we (the choir) sang together for the very first time, I thought: 'Woah!   We sound really good!'  Our conductor was really cool.  He was always smiling, he knew exactly what he was doing, and he can do hand stands.  In fact, I think it was one of my friends who said that he could be described as "the living embodiment of Mickey Mouse."   The entire week was really cool, and when the final practice of the night ended, all the counselors had some pretty nifty stuff lined up for us.  Let's see...  On Tuesday, we had a dance, and everyone was there! (the fact that everyone was forced to attend so that they knew where we were is not important.)  The dance was a lot of fun, and I managed to become deaf by hanging out with my friends by the huge speakers (I just love bass).  The dance started out really good, because I knew most of the songs.  But then, there was music that I didn't like and/or know, so I went into the hall and spent the remaining time playing card games with friends that don't do dances. Overall, it was a really great night.

Speaking of nightly activities which are put on by the counselors to keep us entertained and in the same room at the same time: On Wednesday night (the night after the dance) we had an Honor's Choir talent show, where different people did different acts (like singing) in front of everyone else.  I recited the cheese poem that is featured on this site (if you have not read it, you may read it here), and got some pretty good feedback (Now that the entire state of South Dakota has been exposed, I can begin the final phase of my evil plot and take over the world!)

Well, I had best be wrapping up, but it was a great week, and I hope very much that we get in next year, and have a conductor who is really nifty too.  Now I must wait very impatiently for the CD to come. \\ //

Riccardo

Saturday, July 26th, 2003-  Hello again.  I am just posting here to update a few things, and to let you all know that tomorrow, I leave for the South Dakota Honors Choir, so I will be gone for about a week.  Also, when I get back, Sturgis will be in the very middle of its annual motorcycle rally.  I'm have a job then (what youth doesn't?), so I may not be able to post then either. However, I have several new sections planned, so when I get back, I will work on them.  Just wanted you all to know.

On a different note, today we celebrate TWO birthdays.  The first is Doug's birthday. As you all might know, he's a pretty good friend of mine, and he manages a couple websites of his own.  You can check out his main page here.  We couldn't survive without him...

The second birthday we have is Nana Visitor, who played Major Kira Nerys in Star Trek: Deep Space 9.

Nana Visitor as Kira Nerys of the Bajoran Militia

HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!

-Richie-

7/24/03-Hello.  today I worked on my calculator sections (mainly the FAQ, which is now finished).  Now, I finally took the time to add metatags to my page, so now, people on the Web can find me! You know, when I added that Star Trek Bohemian Rhapsody (see below entry...), it DOUBLED the size of my webpage.  So now, I'm almost using 1/6 of my webspace! WOO!!! \\ //

-Richie-

7-21-03 Hiya! the other day, I refound this really nifty Star Trek parody on the web that I lost a long time ago. In this is parody, the cast of The Original Series sings the Bohemian Rhapsody. It's really cool. And until I find some other place to put it, you can Download it here. It's only a 2.18 MB, so it shouldn't take you too long. Also, I fixed the glitch in the "My Calculator" page. That's all for now. \\//

-Richie-

7-18-03 Hello all. Today, I updated the Calculator Stuff page with a couple new games. I am also thinking about putting a Star Trek page along with some humor in here somewhere, so you can probably start looking for that sometime. If you have any suggestions as to what I should put in here, you can E-mail me whenever. Ooh, one last hypothetical scenario:

You have been using the English language for your entire life, but then suddenly, this radical comes along and says we should switch the entire world to a new language called 'BACĪK,' which is better because all words are spelled exactly as they sound in all cases, no silent letters, and no exceptions whatsoever.

Well, we may just end up doing that. My friend Doug has created a new alphabet which has a letter/symbol for every word sound we can make. You can check it out here. It's currently in the research and development stages, but soon to come are grammatical rules, and a dictionary! The only reason why it can't work is because it completely rules out the need for Spelling Bees, since all words are spelled out as they sound! Without Spelling Bees, the entire human race would become extinct. But, maybe we'll come up with an alternative. \\//

-Richie-

7/15/03- Hello everyone again I have just majorly updated my Calculator section. Now, there are several (10) new programs that I have personally created during the past several years, be it at home, out of boredom in my math class. Also, there is a file that has a movie like sequence that depicts the introduction of a new Star Trek game I'm going to come out with: Star Trek: The RPG. It's really nifty, so if you have a Ti-83+ (SE) I recommend you download this right away. Yesterday, I filled out an application for Subway, do I might work there! SWEET! that's all for now. \\//

-Richie-

7/9/03- Well, I'm sorry. I have been lax in my duties as the head of a webpage, and I have been putting it off. Anyway, now I am back, and ready to update some more. My family got back from vacation on the 4th, and we all got nice and scorched by the sun from our tubing trip down the Niobrara River in Nebraska. Most of us were sunburnt so badly that for several days, we were just radiating heat from our bodies. Now, I am happy to say that I can now touch my legs without recoiling, and they are peeling quite nicely. It's kindof funny, though, because it didn't really seem like a 4th of July, because we didn't DO anything. Well, we did go see Sturgis's fireworks show, and that was pretty cool, we did nothing. No fireworks, nada. Oh well. Anyway, I have forgotten to officially anounce that my Calculator Stuff page up now. With programs that you can download if you have a Ti-83+ (SE). I will be getting to help section for the calculators up shortly, and I need to work on my Links section as well. That reminds me.... Doug, (know who you are) if you read this, I need you to sign my guestbook or e-mail me or something with your site URL so that I can link you. Thanks. Also, I fixed the My Cheese Wedge so, it should be better now. If you ever saw something wrong on that page. It should be fixed now. Well, I think that that's all for this time, so until next time, hasta luego. \\//

-Richie-

6/24/03 -Tomorrow, my family and I are heading out on vacation, so there will be no more updates for about a week and a half. I have a new page that is nearly completed, that has different calculator programs you can download for the Ti-83+ (SE), from school related, to games, to programs that have no logical purpose whatsoever. I had hoped to get it done in time for leaving, I see that now, that will probably not be the case, but as soon as I get back, the new page will be up and running. \\//

-Richie-

6/20/03- Well, the new layout is up, and I dare say it looks much better than the old one, and so all those nasty popups won't overwhelm you anymore. Anyway, now that I have finally perfected my layout, I can get to adding other things, like my links section. You will notice that I have added an 'About Me' page, just in case any of you actually want to know what's behind the person that made this webpage. So, check it out if you feel so inclined. Also if anyone has any suggestions as to what else I should put up here, make sure you sign my guestbook. And remember: \\// Live long and prosper. \\//

-Richie-

6/19/03- Hello, all. What a day today. It turns out that I need to change the configuration of my website quite a bit, so that the popup ads don't take over your computer. Originally, this site used frames, and those little bar ad thingies at the top of the screen instead of pop-ups. However, Tripod puts a little bar-ad in the top of each frame, leaving an unsightly half a bar-ad thingy at the top of my menu window. After much work and thinking, Mycheesewedge became what you see now. However, the pop-ups are horrible, so yet again, for the third time in two weeks, I am redesigning my website's layout. Peace out.

6/17/03- Alrighty, after two days of work, I have finally gotten my website somewhat presentable (even though it still has lots of work to be done on it). Anyway, let me welcome you to Mycheesewedge.tripod.com, my own little corner of the internet. There isn't much up yet, but feel free to peruse around at your own speed, and make sure you sign my guestbook. Well, that's all for now. Later!

-Richie-

6/15/03- Well, here we go, this is my first post on my brand new website! Now, granted, it's not the best website in the world (yet), and it does need quite a bit of work on it, but I just thought that I should at least get something up here after promising everybody that there would be stuff here. I know that the background is ugly, but bear with me for a little while, and I'll have everything A-ok. So, before you go, make sure you sign my guestbook, and if you have any questions, comments, or suggestions, please tell me, because I'm new at this, and I can probably use all the help I can get. Thanks

-Richie-




Well, what do you think of my site?  Did you find a bug, or something that shouldn't be here?   Or, if you just have any questions, comments, or suggestions, please feel free to E-mail me at rnelson47@lycos.com.  Your input would be greatly appreciated.  Thanks!