Tagged: writing

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blogging: 10,000 strong and growing?

Uh, wow. Back in June, I was all happy when my blog reached 10,000 visits. Much of that was friends and new repeat visitors, and it wasn’t counting that many unique hits. Sometime in the past few weeks, I passed...

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Sinfest: Hall of Justice

Once again, Sinfest knocks it out of the park. There were a lot of political cartoons going around about the historic event, but I kinda prefer my illustrated political commentary from Tatsuya Ishida. Since I’m sure people who read this...

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What’s next, Sentinels?

Observation made while watching Heroes and chatting via IM with Serge: Wow, watching this really is like watching every X-Men cliche thrown down like you’re playing War. I can’t help it, but it’s become so easy to see which card...

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I am NOT frustrated!!!

No, no… this doesn’t sound familiar to me at all! Of course that could be why I’m participating in NaBloPoMo and not NaNoWriMo. I’ve had to give up most of my webcomic daily reads, so I’m glad Pearls Before Swine...

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This is what passes for graffiti?

Due to the fact that it has been a rather busy day, hanging with Gregory, playing Starcraft, having dinner and a lazy tv night in with a new acquaintance… I never really got around to writing anything today! I snapped...

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You’re holding up traffic, green means go!

Hm, it’s been a while since I’ve posted a video! I’ve seen a lot of good stuff, but been writing more and padding less. I did rent (don’t stone me) Beyonce’s video dvd that accompanied her recent album’s deluxe edition...

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Different starting points, same facts

A very good question, posed by the Creation Museum. Blogger John Scalzi took a visit there and shares a great photo tour as well as writing up quite the report on his visit. I had to stop reading and looking...

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… and I aimed to go where them some were.

Writin’ in a diary is like a muscle. You have to do it every day, or you could easily pull it. — Cinnamon, Wigfield: The Can Do Town That Just May Not Uh, yeah, I got nothing. I have a...

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That Indelicate Thing You Said

I was ripping Darren Hayes new album into iTunes last night and catching up on my RSS feeds when I saw the story on multiple queer news feeds that he was arrested for a racist attack. After my initial shock,...

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Your rules do not apply here, sweetheart.

Ya gotta love March, especially in DC. The weather is absolutely insane since Spring and Winter start duking it out and generally Spring wins, but only gets to stick around for like 1 week before Summer starts. But more annoyingly,...

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Say it ain’t so, GK!

Garrison Keillor has a few things to say… well that’s the usual for him but this time it’s his literary equivalent to Whitney Houston’s “The Greatest Love of All”. In his essay “Stating the obvious” over at Salon he starts...

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An endorsement

If you are not aware of William Mize, check out his site. Now. If you like mystery with… a little bit of a twist, you’ll like the Denton Ward and Monty Crocetti mystery series. I devoured his first book, Resurrection...

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Pen and paper blogging…

(that should end, ‘or at least’ — I got distracted) And that’s what happens when I don’t have access to the internet all day long. Blogging finds a way. Overall it was a valuable enough training class, even if I...