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Try Something New

I’ve written about nostalgia and the need to stay with the old here in the past.  Hah,  didn’t realize that would come out quite that way! Anyway.  For years, my go-to breakfast (and, honestly, all-purpose) cereal has been this stuff: … Continue reading

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They’re selling postcards of the hanging.

On Saturday, T and I took an unusual route to get somewhere, and I noticed this building that looked like it was in the midst of being torn down.  So I went back Sunday morning for some photos.  Welcome to … Continue reading

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Soundtrack

I was thinking this morning that I’ve mentioned Richard Thompson quite a few times. See, for example, this post and this post. This morning, listening to some of the material that was on the first album of his I ever … Continue reading

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A Poisoned Heart and a Twisted Memory

Very little to say today.  I was thinking of this song, I suppose, because not long ago I learned that I have some electrical problems with my heart.  These are apparently related to the problems I have getting enough oxygen … Continue reading

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Post 295

Last night I wrote yet another poorly-edited post and–just for the hell of it–started to wonder what it would be like to put together a book.  That’s not something I’m going to do.  So many posts depend on links that … Continue reading

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Luddite

I’ve been thinking a lot lately and I’ve come to the conclusion that I’m a Luddite.  Not in the sense that I hate technology, because I don’t.  But I’ve realized that there are some things that I do that indicate … Continue reading

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Modern Times

I graduated from college the year I turned 23.  Late that summer, I sat in St. Paul with a friend and we talked about what each of us was going to do someday. I already had accepted a scholarship at … Continue reading

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