In celebration of the Dodgers winning 2 consecutive games against the NL’s #1 team, the 97–64 Cubs… at Chicago’s Wrigley Field, here’s a little something to show some Dodger Blue pride in you. I’m not bagging on or taunting any Cubby Fans out there, but you have to admit, the Cubbies are well favored going into this series. That, and they had home-field advantage.
Anyways, I’ve had this wallpaper a while back on my regular desktop from Mandolux (Mando Gomez—great photographer by the way). I have cropped it a couple of weeks back when I got my iPhone. I thought I’d share it with my fellow Dodgers everywhere:
Let’s go Dodgers! Go Blue!
It’s this simple, create the most EVGA themed desktop wallpaper in ONE of the three categories listed below and show it off to the world! The opportunity is here to show your love and be creative all at the same time. Design a wallpaper about EVGA motherboards, graphics cards, or Mods Rigs. Get out there, get involved, have fun, be creative and have the opportunity to win some serious prizes, by designing the ultimate EVGA themed wallpaper!
Contest timeline looks something like the following (all times Pacific):
- Submission. From 2008-10-01 12:00pm to 2008-10-31 11:59pm
- Judging. From 2008-11-03 to 2008-11-07
- Winners announced. 2008-11-11 12:00pm
The Grand Prize will be Velocity Micro Edge Z15. More details and prizes available by going to http://www.evga.com/wallpaper/
One day, I just woke up feeling tired. I recall that it was in the middle of the week—Wednesday, aka. Hump Day. I had to force myself just to go out of the house for work. I was so close to call in sick; call it a day, and just rest it out in bed. But alas, a lukewarm shower helped me enough to get myself to go to the City and work.
As the day progressed and reached the early evening, I remembered that there was so much stuff I need to get done after work. One of them was to proceed w/ Hal Higdon’s training and SET class @ 24. Feeling so damn lazy and tired, I mustered enough determination to get myself to go over that 50/50 mark. I was stuck at the midway point for a while and was leaning to just not go; and instead, chill at home.
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