Monthly Archives: December 2004

Not always as “hip” to the current internet lingo as I should be, I finally looked up something I’ve seen several places around LJ. (this symbol ‘ is generally considered the shorthand opposite of ”. Several years ago the CBS … Continue reading

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just a bit of synchronicity

Trivia yes, but I find this sort of thing happening constantly in my life.

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I recall an F. Scott Fitzgerald quote about the rich

In the issue of Rolling Stone I mentioned in an earlier post arriving today, I came across a photo that warrants entry into a “submit your caption” contest. Initially thinking I was seeing Billy Idol photographed from the rear because … Continue reading

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think I’m gonna get wired

Checked the mail a few minutes ago and received two magazines. The first was Rolling Stone, wrapped in a special cover alerting me that my subscription is now expired or something (yeah, thanks I know) and National Geographic, the first … Continue reading

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Without consciously realizing it’s happening, certain images or experiences occur so regularly they are fixed in your brain so you take them for granted. But just as easily if they go away and you aren’t reminded of them, you will … Continue reading

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like father, like son?

A community columnist piece appearing in Wednesday’s Charlotte Observer attracted the anticipated pro & con responses printed in today’s edition. Steve Stoeckel wrote a piece in the form of a letter to Donald Rumsfeld explaining why his (Steve’s) sons would … Continue reading

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here’s my holiday time killer contribution

(whack the penguin)

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