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LXII

That’s how old I am today.  I’m afraid I can’t find much interesting to say about that number–no good songs seem to include it.  What I did find out: 62 is the only number whose cube (238328) consists of 3 … Continue reading

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Knocking on Heaven’s Door

This is a Dylan song that was one of the very first things I learned to play, back in the late ’70s.  Still messing with it: https://1drv.ms/u/s!AuPnagvp2hqIq-M5jXYU12uYC5ZMgw?e=4G7kn2 (It’s kind of a weird, no video sort of thing.  

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No Particular Place To Go

Please take a look at my bike.  Notice that it is equipped.  It has fenders.  It has a headlight and a taillight.  In addition to the perpetual spare tube and tool kit under the seat, it is equipped with panniers … Continue reading

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Dear Mr. Fantasy

  Do you ever imagine that you’re someone/somewhere other than who/where you are?  Do you ever put a coat of “fantasy opaque” paint over your drab everyday existence? I did.  Sometimes I still do. I think that it began when … Continue reading

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Why My Bike Has Fenders

Because this morning, it rained.  And riding in a light rain is one of life’s great pleasures.  

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The Little Things that Count

This is a box of Sleepytime tea.  OK, it’s a picture of a box of Sleepytime tea. What’s it doing here? (Not much! rimshot) I graduated from college in 1981.  At the time, I was not exactly poor, but I … Continue reading

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The Tyranny of Numbers

We live in a quantified world.  Almost everything can be reduced to numbers.  But should it? This morning I heard a show on NPR in which a sleep expert was talking about how a number of her patients were people … Continue reading

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