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Monthly Archives: May 2009

5/16/09 / Pierce

Written yesterday, Friday 5/15/09, 8:26 AM It’s Day 2 without the internet, and I feel crippled. I’m not addicted to Facebook or Twitter (I’m not even on those services), but I need to check e-mail to communicate with clients and get work done. Now, I’m not some big corporate hot shot that my world falls [...]

5/13/09 / Greasy

11:50 AM Every time I drive now, down a highway separated by that double yellow line with its periodic breaks, I’ve been thinking about those people whose job it is to decide just where to start and end those breaks. Their decision could mean life or death for some eager overtaker in a hurry, yet [...]

5/12/09 / Tail

8:50 PM I’ve been wanting to pay respect to some of my favorite products – material goods that do what they’re meant to do and do it very well, and for very long. For example: These here are my trusty Timberland boots. I bought these in 1999 in Bakersfield, CA, for $99. Since then they’ve [...]

5/09/09 / Spike

8:13 PM Over the past few days I had the topic of names on my mind, how certain ones sound better than others. Just now I came across this article on baby names, which suggests that: In aggregate, the popularity of baby names are merely driven by the rules of fashion. By a process known [...]

5/05/09 / Fifth

11:20 AM It’s the fifth month of the year, already. I have a question. Why do women have this mindset/attitude of entitlement when it comes to relationships? You hear it all the time from them: “He doesn’t deserve me” or “I deserve better than that.” Men don’t talk like that. Where do women get this [...]

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