Monthly Archives: August 2004

Mmmm. Bagels.

My wife loves me. This morning, as I’m heading out the door to work, she hands me two plain bagels and a tub of olive cream cheese. These yummy morsels come from a local bagel place that really knows what … Continue reading

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Even Bears prefer Craft Brew

In Washington state, a bear was found passed out after consuming 36 beers. According to the article, the bear started on Busch beer, but then switched over to a local microbrew. Unfortunately, this bear’s love of beer proved his eventual … Continue reading

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Whoop dee doo.

Roughly two and a half weeks ago, I caught some sort of bug. Ran a fever for four or five days, had some respiratory troubles, and then started feeling better. After a while I felt a lot better, but I … Continue reading

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Happy Friday the 13th.

It’s been one of those days. On this day we traditionally believe that Murphy is given a free hand in the world, and evil is given a chance to come out and play. But still, even with all of that … Continue reading

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Sickness and Contagion.

If you’ve kept up with my running blog at all, then you’ll know that I’ve been sick for the last couple of weeks. It’s some sort of chest cold that settled in and has thus far refused to move out. … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday To You!

Today is my wife’s birthday. So this one’s for you, honey: Haaaaapy Biiiirrrthdaaaaay tooooo youuuu! Haaaaapy Biiiirrrthdaaaaay TOOoooo yoooooouuuuu! Haaaapy BIIIIIIRRRRTHdaaaaaay deeeeeaar Aaaaaaannggellllll. Haaaaaaaaaapy Biiiiiiiiirthdaaaaayy tooooooo YOOOOOOUUUUU! To everyone else, my apologies.

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New razor.

My last Norelco razor was getting kind of old. I’ve been using it on a pretty daily basis now for 5 to 6 years. So my wife went out and bought me a new one. The state of the art … Continue reading

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