Monthly Archives: August 2006


I might be a little slow on the uptake, but for what it’s worth…

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It wouldn’t be so hard to quit if you rolled your own! 😉 also, it’s a sad time for literature; Naguib Mahfouz died, leaving behind a great body of work. His novel Children of the Alley was a given to … Continue reading

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More Political Commentary

Twenty Things We Now Know Five Years After 9/11 and finally a decent opinion column in the DI

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Sleeping Alone

Some nights I sleep alone, not because there’s no one here with me in bed. She sleeps next to me in my bed, but I knowthat she’s thousands of miles away, on the other sideof an ocean, with people I … Continue reading

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Ronald McHummer

This is great. And for Bush and his crew: “Neither a man nor a crowd nor a nation can be trusted to act humanely or to think sanely under the influence of a great fear.” – Bertrand Russell

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I’ve really been slacking on the blog lately; sorry. I’m still working on getting accustomed to the new job and new city. Or maybe I should say new state. In California, a “smog check” is required before licensing a vehicle. … Continue reading

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Learning the Ropes…

well I haven’t gotten ’round to finishing the poetry-posting project…and the second week of work begins tomorrow morning. Perhaps I’ll need to play around and find out what sort of web-design software we have on the workstations… more anon…

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