Monthly Archives: August 2002

Say What?

No, no. I’m not going to do it. I’m not going to rise to this one. I’m still licking my wounds from the last time I let lose with my mouth about “s_x__m”. I’ve learned my lesson. You don’t have … Continue reading

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Focusing on the important stuff

Sure there are starving people in the world, and war, and a lot of pain and suffering and sickness, but hey! It’s time to re-focus back on what’s truly important to Americans: Baseball. I mean, really, stop fretting about the … Continue reading

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Jamie and the Reality Test

Regardless of the motives, I think that Jamie Lee Curtis’ recent photo shoot was terrific. She’s showing that in the battle with gravity, gravity ultimately wins. She also shows that it’s time to blow the hell out of our fixation … Continue reading

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Trying something new

I’m trying something new: as I finish each book on my recommended and want-to read list, I’m attempting to incorporate a little of the author’s unique style into a few of my weblog postings. With this, I hope to get … Continue reading

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Daily at the “Daily Summit”

I can’t tell you how much I enjoy reading David Steven’s frequent World Summit postings at the Daily Summit. Not only is he pointing out pertinent and relevant information of interest (to all of of us), he’s also providing an … Continue reading

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The Three Boys

I have a cat story to tell you if you’re of a mind to listen. It’s a simple story because cats are, at heart, simple creatures. We exist to serve them, which pretty much puts an end to any issue … Continue reading

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Apologies to Doc Searls and friends

My apologies to Doc Searls for defaming his good name with my unwarranted attack upon him, and my injudicious use of “sexist” in reference to his statement. And I apologize to three fellow webloggers for getting on their case, and … Continue reading

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