Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Things About Logan (Part 2)

As promised, here's more.

2. The number 1 is not considered a prime number.
3. I've recently started eating oatmeal for breakfast, but only brown sugar flavor.
5. I use my TI-83 Plus all the time.
7. I clip my fingernails weekly, or more so if I think I need it.
11. The Data Analysis Toolpack addition to Excel is really pretty cool.
13. I keep my thermostat on 68*F for the winter.
17. I've been waiting and waiting for Joe Purdy's new album to come out.
19. The square root of 19 does not exist. It's real weird. Just a blank spot.
23. Rainfall does not follow a normal distribution pattern. It's all random, baby.
29. Rules regarding the number 0 did not come into existence until 628 AD.
31. Zero is an even number.
37. A man walks down the street, says "Why am I soft in the middle now? Why am I soft in the middle when the rest of my life is so hard."
41. I'm OCD. Sorta. Or, more accurately, I do certain things OCD, like popping my knuckles. There's a certain pattern I follow when doing this. Or washing my hands and touching door handles.
43. I have a Blue-Green personality type: I am a people pleaser and an analytical person.
47. Alison Krauss & Robert Plant's cd is really quite pleasant.
53. I'm from a coal mining state, where the air smells like warm rootbeer and the cloudmaker machines are always blowing.
59. I hit the "Next Blog" link at the top of the page quite frequently.
61. I've always enjoyed cartoons, especially the old ones, like Tom & Jerry, Loony Toons, Tiny Toons, The Flinstones, and Scooby Doo. Most of the new ones are stupid, but I do like Sponge Bob and Dexter's Lab.
67. My favorite song: Mrs. Potter's Lullaby, by the Counting Crows.
71. One dream: Build a music room in the home we design, large enough for a piano, some guitars, mandolins, banjos, and whatever other fancy is tickled.
73. My love: Jesus first. Keisha second.
79. I push back the cuticles on my fingers a lot.
83. I can independently control my second toe on my right foot.
89. There are 25 prime numbers between 1 and 100.
97. I wonder when we'll get out of this economic turndown. Will the rest of the world fall with us?

The hills are alive, folks. And they have eyes!

6 comments:

Brandon Barr said...

I didn't know 1 wasn't a prime number...
I find the economic downturn exciting...mainly because It's going to force a lot of people to trust in either God or themselves (including me).

marky said...

Number 37 just means I'll start calling you Al.

logankstewart said...

Yep, Brandon Barr. I didn't know that about 1 until just recently. I bought a book--50 Mathematical Ideas You Really Need to Know--and it's been eye opening. I mean, I'm an engineer and I've had way too much calculus to remember, and I never learned most of the stuff in the book (so far).

Well said, Marky. Well said.

Sailor Matt said...

I might have to check out that math book.

Marky's "Al" comment went over my head.

Carl V. said...

Numbers? What are those? ;)

I am a big fan of Spongebob. And The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack. Fun stuff.

And I have to admit that I got pretty addicted to I, Carly back when my daughter was watching it regularly.

logankstewart said...

@Carl: Never heard of the flapjack show. Hmmm. But yeah, I, too, was hooked on iCarly. All the characters are hilarious in that show. And Drake & Josh, too, not that I think about it...