Monthly Archives: August 2012

Reflections On My Paris Trip Day 4: Concepts Of Sharing Are More Broad In Paris

Continuing with the week’s theme of reflections on my recent trip to Paris, I was thinking this morning how concepts of sharing are apparently more broad in Paris than the US. Perhaps personal boundaries as well. I say this because … Continue reading

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Reflections On My Paris Trip Day 3: It’s Hard Not To Get Involved In Private Moments In Paris

Continuing my week of reflections on my recent trip to Paris, I was just thinking about how hard it is not to get involved in other people’s private moments while in Paris. So many people there are on special trips, … Continue reading

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Reflections On My Paris Trip Day 2: The Disappointment Of Bookstores

As I mentioned yesterday, I took a trip to Paris recently and thought I’d take this week on the blog to discuss some of my thoughts on the trip. Today’s reflection concerns how the bookstores of Paris liked to fuck … Continue reading

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Reflections On My Paris Trip Day 1: People Apparently Don’t Wash Their Hands In France

As some people know, I took a trip to Paris a bit ago to visit my wife while she was studying abroad. As such, I thought I would take a week and share some of the things that I learned … Continue reading

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Yankees Win 2012 World Series By Default After Having Bought The Last Baseball-Capable Person On Earth

In imaginary sports news, the Yankees have been announced as the official winners of the 2012 world series by default after the team purchased the last baseball-capable person on Earth. As no person able to play baseball remains who is … Continue reading

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Facebook Announces New Desperate Attempt To Make Money: Turning Your Actual Friends Into Ads

Facebook has announced their newest and most desperate attempt to make money: turning your actual friends into ads. Instead of suggesting ads on your Facebook page for companies liked by your friends or just inserting random ads into your news … Continue reading

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Should We Adopt An American Idol Model For Politics?

As election year wears on, I am (as usual) fighting to prevent myself from chewing through my own wrists in order to avoid election coverage and/or phone calls. I know I go on about this a lot, but I did … Continue reading

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Best Moment Of The 2012 London Olympics? Eric Idle In The Closing Ceremony.

There have certainly been a number of memorable moments in the 2012 Summer Olympics in London. Michael Phelps finally admitting that he has a hoarding problem regarding Olympic medals, Usain Bolt causing problems for camera coverage by running faster than … Continue reading

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I Like To Comment On Weird Happenings…But The Vibrator Giveaway In NYC Has Me Speechless

I admit it, I like to find bizarre events to talk about on my blog. It’s fun. The world is a far weirder place than we give it credit for and it’s amusing to remind people of that fact once … Continue reading

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Thinking About Viral Videos To Promote My Soon To Be Published Novel In Short Story Form “Bones Buried in the Dirt”

As I mentioned before, my novel in short story form “Bones Buried in the Dirt” will be published sometime around the end of this year or early 2013 by River Otter Press. Because of that, I’ve been thinking of various … Continue reading

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