WhoIs Lookup Data for Joe Stack’s Web site from suicide note

Feb 18, 2010 by

  
Registrant:
Embedded Art
925 E Hwy 80
287
San Marcos, TX 78666
US

Domain name: EMBEDDEDART.COM


Administrative Contact:
Stack, Joe dns.5.sgmail@dfgh.net
925 E Hwy 80
287
San Marcos, TX 78666
US
1.3215649879
Technical Contact:
Stack, Joe dns.5.sgmail@dfgh.net
925 E Hwy 80
287
San Marcos, TX 78666
US
1.3215649879


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Record last updated on 16-Sep-2006.
Record expires on 05-Jun-2010.
Record created on 05-Jun-2003.

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Current Registrar: TUCOWS INC.
IP Address: 66.98.208.95 (ARIN & RIPE IP search)
IP Location: US(UNITED STATES)-TEXAS-DALLAS
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Server Type: Apache 2
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Snowpocolypse in DFW–Video and Pictures of the 2010 Winter Miracle

Feb 13, 2010 by

I’m catching up with the video I shot during the past couple of days during this historic snow event here in North Texas.  Yeah, compared to the snow I’ve been in in Northern Michigan as a kid, or the snow we were in while visiting Yosemite in December 2007, it’s not much.  But we did get about 9-10 inches here in Balch Springs, TX and that made it the largest single-day total ever recorded.

So the question now becomes, did I build an Al Gore Snowman? 

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Yosemite closed because of huge snowfalls, @ctemp asks if I’m stupid re #globalwarming

Jan 23, 2010 by

I don't believe in global warming.  Yes, we humans put out waste products that we shouldn't, but I think enough has been proven in recent months to show that many of our so-called "Climate Experts" have been cooking the books over the last 20-30 years and the whole damn thing is a hoax.   DaddyClaxton Blue Fl Hat 1

Sure, we could all do a better job of protecting mother earth.  And I do my part.  I do my best to conserve energy by turning off lights in the house, turning up the thermostats in the summer and down in the winter.  We do some recycling.  I have planted more than 40 trees on our lot here at the house since we moved in in 2006.  I do what I can to plant fresh flowers every spring, and get really pissed at jerks who throw trash out on to the roadways. 

Heck, I even called former Montgomery Mayor Emory Folmar once when two of his park rangers through cellophane cigarette wrappers out their windows at Buckboard and the Boulevard back in 1989.  The Mayor went into he who casts the first stone mode and I told him that we in the governor's office were very conscious about polluting and were part of the Don't Drop It On Alabama campaign.  He said he wanted to make sure "because two park rangers are going to get their butts chewed out over this."

But that said, I don't believe in global warming.  Like all things in life in this world, I think there is a time when things are going to go through cycles where it gets a little warm now, and it gets a little cooler later.  We've had ice ages, we have hot times on this planet and it appears to some we're headed into a new hot period, and to others, it appears that little is changing.

So today, when I opened my email, I found a note from Yosemite Blog saying that my favorite place on earth, Yosemite National Park, is actually closed.  CLOSED.  Maybe this has happened previously, but I've been a pretty close follower of things going on in my favorite place in the world and that's the first time I've heard that.  I know it can snow heavily there.  We were snowed in at our favorite retreat for two days in December of 2007 and that was really more of a light snow.   Ahwahnee

I made a tweet and referenced global warming this morning and @CTemp asked me if I was "Kidding or stupid."  I don't really care for such arrogance and a personal attack in tweets, so he's about to get blocked, but it just shows to go ya that if you question the validity of the myth of global warming, it nets personal attacks. 

Maybe @CTemp could have been nicer and said, well, here is my Web site where I have data that's not been doctored by the Climate Experts and I'd really like for you to consider this.  But he didn't.  And most of the global warming types I've encountered have chosen to make their attacks personal. And that's truly a shame because I believe in the possibilities of a healthy conversation.

So, @CTemp, if you would like to post a rationale explanation and information here, I'd invite that.  Let's leave the personal attacks, namely, implying that I might be stupid, to something else.  I'm a daddy blogger, if you haven't noticed and my kids read my blog.  Do you really think it's a positive thing for you to be suggesting that their dad is stupid?

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Layers–all that I would have missed seeing, but for one instant tonight

Jan 22, 2010 by

Just a few minutes ago, as I backed the top-down convertible from the garage, I stopped to look up as I awaited the eldest son to come bounding out of the house.

As I sat there looking up, I saw a beautiful half moon directly over head.  As my eyes focused in and out of the moon above, I began to see a soft layer of clouds moving in between.  A small plane, almost  T-37
resembling a T-37 (Which I had no idea they called a "Tweet), flying from west to east out of DFW flew in the next layer below the clouds. At the same time, a flock of black birds were flying in the same direction headed for their evening nests.  Ever closer still, I also could see gnats about 10-15 above, and then a brown moth.

All that for a brief instant.  The plane flew off.  The birds flew by.  The gnats, who the hell knows where gnats go at night — with an increasing propensity to be up your nose. 

And then my son came out.  The moment was over.  Or so I thought.  I backed out the drive way.  And in the rear view mirror as I also headed due east, came the orangest of lights from the setting sun, mixing in with a lower bed of clouds than I saw over the house.  It was one of those Ken Burns Civil War sunsets tonight.   Center_03

All that in an instant.  And if it had been any other time of the day I would have totally missed it.  Completely. 

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10 FEET of Snow Expected in Sierra; I want to be in Yosemite!!

Jan 18, 2010 by

The Yosemite Blog posted this this morning.  Gosh dawg I wish we were out there in a nice house atop one of the mountains with lots of food and firewood.  It must be absolutely amazing.

10 FEET of Snow Expected in Sierra

Posted: 17 Jan 2010 06:52 AM PST

The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Warning for the northern Sierra Nevada warning that up to 10 feet of new snow is possible at higher elevations.

“Snow is possible above 7000 feet late today. The snow will increase in intensity and the snow level will lower to near 6000 feet by Monday morning…and 5500 feet Monday night.

Total snowfall through Monday night above 7000 feet will be from 2 to 4 feet…with lesser amounts below 7000 feet depending on the changeover from rain to snow. Gusty winds over and near the crest will create considerable blowing and drifting snow.

Main impact: extremely heavy snow will make travel nearly impossible. If you live or work in the higher elevations…you may be unable to reach your destination…or you may not be able to move to a lower elevation.

Other impacts: this will be a long duration storm…and it is likely to persist well into the week…possibly into next weekend. Total snowfall through friday could be as much as 10 feet above 6000 to 7000 feet. Snow levels wednesday and thursday will lower to 4000 to 4500. (Weather.gov)”

Although Yosemite Valley is lower than the expected snow level most of the roads into the Valley are not. Take extra precautions if you have scheduled a trip into the park over the next week. Carry tire chains, extra water, food, blankets and warm clothes. Make sure you leave an itinerary with someone you can count on to report you missing if you don’t check in. Don’t take any unnecessary risks.

If you’re staying in Groveland or Oakhurst and don’t want to chain up consider taking Highway 49 to Mariposa and taking Highway 140 into the park. It’s very scenic and usually not as snowy. Your innkeeper will be able to suggest alternate routes.

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Shots from The Bazaar in Beverly Hills’ SLS Hotel

Jan 8, 2010 by

We had dinner tonight in what was simply the most different place I've ever been to in my life.  Bar none.  Well, they had one, but trust me, for a kid who grew up in an air force family, who spent most of his teen and young adult life in Montgomery, Alabama, well, going to Bazaar at the SLS Hotel in Beverly Hills was just plain different.  Christmas 2009 133

At check-in in the lobby, you are first treated to a black pig and a black horse.  The horse has a lamp shade over his head.  Then behind the check-in counter is a light wall with yellow type giving you options for what SLS might stand for. 

From the second you walk into Bazaar, you know you're somewhere different.  Here, sit down in the lit up red chair.  I kid you not. It's rubbery cushions have a red light in them. I cannot be making this up. 

   Christmas 2009 135 The food was high dollar and fancy pallet.  This was not a meat and potatoes place by any stretch of the imagination.  At one point they brought some cotton candy.  Yum!  What the heck, I just spent weeks working out, so why not.  Well, I bit into it and then was met with something squashy. 

My mind was playing tricks on me I thought.  I just bit into cotton candy.  You know, I could hear carnival sounds playing in my head.  And then the taste of the squish set in.  What in the world.  Okay, my pallet started recovering from the surprise.  Ah, what the hell is this, please?  Oh, that's duck liver covered with cotton candy.   Cotton Candy with Duck Liver, by @scrappinmichele

I'd show you a picture of the cotton candy, but you wouldn't believe me, and plus, it came out a little fuzzy.

Then there were these eggs that you were supposed to put on your tongue and then they popped.  I still hadn't recovered from the duck liver, so I passed.

The entire night was spent waiting for the meat and potatoes that never came.  For a partial Southern boy, this was not my idea of a night on the town, but I can at least now say I've been to Bazarre.

So what lies ahead tomorrow?  We're supposed to be downstairs for breakfast at 8 a.m. PST.

And now it's time to go to bed.

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How to take down Christmas lights and not need the fire department!

Jan 3, 2010 by

I hope everyone had a good laugh over the piece posted earlier about the Balch Springs Fire Department having to get me off the roof two years ago while trying to put up my Christmas lights.  Well, here's an equally funny video of me taking down the lights, without having to get up on the roof. 

Last year I used the same method and thought it would make a great video for this year.  If you remember in The Grinch Who Stole Christmas when he's going through a living room and has the magnet and he's zipping out nails and catching stockings in a bag as they fall, well, this might seem similar.  That's not to say I think what I did was Grinchy, but I know I got done with this a whole lot quicker than my neighbor did!

Enjoy.  It sure looked sad out in front of the house tonight with no lights.  But hey, just 11 more months and we can put them back up! 

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