Tagged: health

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look at my fanny, look at my fanny

NyQuil can give you some very strange dreams. And my subconscious is really enjoying the “house party” theme, it seems. Last night it was a big party for my birthday with a bunch of people I knew and even more...

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That gives ME gas…

Taxi Commission Approves $1.50 Gas Surcharge The D.C. Taxicab Commission has approved a $1.50 surcharge to offset the rising cost of gasoline for cab drivers. Only recently has walking become a preferred means of transportation for me, and I guess...

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Adventures in tidyland

Tonight continued my cleaning up with a brief break to make dinner, and unfortunately pay my cable and Internet bill since when I got home it was out. Stupid me, because it almost ruined my streak of having at least...

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Extreme makeover: self edition

I suppose I’ve taken the first step and admitted that I have a problem… with clutter. I posted a lot of pictures to flickr today of my apartment, and it’s pretty revealing just how bad I’ve let my place get....

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Labor Day, woo-hoo!

I have truly been enjoying this weekend to the fullest. I have gone shopping, I have seen friends, I’ve gone out to lunch. I have made some wonderful cocktails, I have enjoyed movies, and today I’m going with my friend...

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more spam tales

Just got more spam through the filter and I wouldn’t even know what these drugs were for before they added extra letters in them to get them past the filter. Now they just look like drugs thought up by Dr....

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drunkenage

In terms of letting my liver know that it is a valued part of the organism, it’s been a very good week. Drinks and burgers with Jenifer.. Drinks and Merkado with Rob.. Drinks and sci-fi with Josh. (Note the lack...

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who wants a slow weekend, anyway?

Friday: Work, Shopping, Dinner, Drinks Saturday: Shopping, Lunch, Party, Drinks Sunday: Bowling, Shopping, Cooking, Laundry, Chores I’m so used to telling people on Monday that I didn’t do much over the weekend that I have to keep correcting myself, as...

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blogger public service pamphlet

a nonist public service pamphlet there is a growing epidemic in the cyberworld. a scourge which causes more suffering with each passing day. […] this debilitating scourge ebbs and flows but there is hardly a blogger among us who has...