Monthly Archives: September 2006

Several weeks ago I read (for the first time) Truman Capote’s ‘In Cold Blood’. I found it absolutely fascinating and very well written. Also in my “to be read” pile was ‘The Family’ by Ed Sanders which I finished today. … Continue reading

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Most of us have pondered the meaning of the question concerning the tree in the forest that falls and whether it makes a noise if no one is there to hear it. Now consider the solitary worker in a ‘Virtual … Continue reading

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Found a professionally printed advertising flyer in the paperbox this morning announcing another “residential trash services” company. (I think at least three operate here already) We live in a small town with very low taxes but this means we do … Continue reading

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During the time it took to read ‘A Canticle For Leibowitz’, I mainly played my three “chant” CDs as background music to provide what I condsidered the appropriate ambience.

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gniksam drawkcab – OLE

the music is reversable but time is not turn back turn back  music (and radio) just isn’t as tongue-in-cheek, fun or offbeat as it used to be

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a first for me

Attended the AutoFair held at Lowe’s Motor Speedway this past week just outside Charlotte. Noticed an occasional plane or helicopter from the nearby Concord, NC airport passing overhead. Then I heard something that didn’t sound like a “normal” engine. You … Continue reading

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you are what you have

Thinking about it recently and have concluded I am the sum total of everything I own. No more, no less.

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