Monthly Archives: November 2006

Yesterday during a discussion about how retailers may bribe newspapers to run articles featuring their products under the heading of “Holiday Gift Guide” this time of year and how people were willing to camp out in front of a store … Continue reading

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some thoughts after finishing book #100 this year

Probably due to my age and the relative lateness in life that I was exposed to his writings(compared to most readers of “hipster” authors), I haven’t fully joined up as a member of the ‘Kult of Jack Kerouac’.

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what’s good for bidness is good for…businessis more interested inmineral rights to your soul thanlong term character developmentafter all the natural abilitiesare clear cut or strip mined awaythe individual is responsible fortheir own reclamation project

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my wishlist always the sameneverendingtreadmill of ideasone thought after anotherconstantly (re)cyclingwhat goes around, comes around     and comes around     and comes around

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future tense this is just my notebook for developing ideas I haven’t thought of you yet

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Now more than ever…

Among the loot I picked up during yesterday’s shopping spree were three bumper stickers like this- Just to f**k with people’s minds, once the 2008 election draws near, I might peel the back off of one and place it on … Continue reading

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it’s always…

it’s always a good thing when a Richard Brautigan book I thought I might never find(originally published in 1970) arrives in the mail ROMMEL DRIVES ON DEEP INTO EGYPT –San Francisco Chronicle Headline June 26, 1942 Rommel is dead. His … Continue reading

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