Monthly Archive: September 2001

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do I know you people?

So I went home this past weekend to visit my parents. “For my birthday,” says my father. Like I’d choose to spend time and money to go home and not-really-see my family and do nothing. All in all, it was...

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damn damn damn (pt.2)

My Mac died last night. Well, the hard drive in it died, anyway. I think the data is salvageable, but man if it isn’t annoying. So I have to go get a new hard drive today and reinstall the operating...

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damn damn damn

I can be a slightly paranoid person at times, we all can be. But I have one behavior that I’ll never stop doing, only ‘cos days like today reinforce it. I’ll be at work, on the metro, even in my...

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losing it now?

Avenue Victor Hugo Bookshop – This is the wonderful bookstore I went to in Boston when Al and I visited Hugh, and this is a link to their newsletter explaining why they don’t support Alibris. It’s just an interesting read...

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blood is a powerful sign

Ok, I finished Stigmata, it’s one hell of a book. Briefly, it’s about a woman, Elizabeth DuBose, who receives a trunk of belongings from her grandmother and great-great-grandmother. This triggers flashes of memory from their lives, even causing her to...

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everybody does it

Why do ex’s purposefully look you up after a period of time has passed, for, what it seems, letting you know that they have someone new in their life, the moment you tell them that you don’t? Just had a...

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metro hangover

Riding the metro on hot days just makes you SO sleepy. Lunch was nice though. On the way out there I’d planned to have a nice quiet ride and read into the city, but had to move 3 times ‘cos...