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*Poke!*

You’re in grave danger of actually getting something done. I’m here to help you with that. Stop not wasting time. Sign in… sign in. MySpace is for strippers that work from home. — “Facebook” After yesterday’s screen shot, this was...

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“…restore the integrity of the game.”

Releasing a report that links some of baseball’s best to the use of performance-enhancing substances, former Sen. George Mitchell said Thursday it is critical that Major League Baseball restore the integrity of the game. — CNN: Clemens, Pettitte named in...

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Facebook Overload

Ok, maybe it might be time to see what, if anything, Facebook really has to offer us. 23 invitations for various applications on the site. Enough, people! Thanks for thinking of me, and considering some of the invites, thinking of...

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What’s Russian for “emo”?

Per Bill and MeFi: Six Apart Announces New Home for LiveJournal: Russia Uh, wow. I haven’t really looked into the links and stories to see what the majority LJ’er reaction is, but it seems that the “In Soviet Russia, Blog...

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Back-Alley Brawler would not approve…

Let me set the stage for you. I am hanging out in my house with my friend, having just walked back from lunch. We went into the kitchen to get some water at about 3:00 pm. As I was talking...

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Fair and balanced… and floating!

Justin mentioned that this was on last night’s news. I wish I’d known about it as it would have been worth the field trip in the heat to see this guy. Of course it’s a trick, Ramana trained at the...

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Frizzy Friday

While I’m all for growing my hair back out for a while, I’m really glad that it’s still short today. I won’t continue moaning about the state of the temperature in my apartment… well maybe just a little, bit. I...

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And he’s so well-spoken…

* Warning: the following post contains potentially objectionable language… And here I am all ready to enjoy a nice night’s sleep after a fabulous night out when the target of one of my favorite David Chappelle jokes goes and says...

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Cast the net too wide

I understand demographic marketing, but I got the following e-mail from amazon.com: Because you’re someone who has purchased books from Amazon.com, we wanted to remind you that “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows,” the most anticipated book of the year,...