Monthly Archives: August 2010

Choke

Remember a few weeks ago, I posted about my writing style?  No…well remind yourself here. I recently completed “Choke” by Palahniuk and it was awesome.  I do think my writing style is similar in that the sentence structure is short … Continue reading

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Emmy

Not to be confused with “Em”, my wife and soon to be baby’s mama or “Emmie”, the daughter of C&S, cute as can be and could easily have ‘Uncle’ Jason wrapped around her finger. As I was channel surfing last … Continue reading

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Being a Southpaw

Apparently, the term ‘southpaw’ has it’s origin in the way baseball fields were built where home plate faced east so that the sun would be less likely to be in the batter’s face.  Pitchers would then in turn face west … Continue reading

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Seven Levels of Frustration

Ever think about categorizing frustration? No? It’s okay, I’ve done it for you.  I think most things aggravating can fall into one of the following. Level 1–“Get Over Yourself”  This is when you get visibly frustrated over something stupid that … Continue reading

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Christopher Walken–Poker Face

Better than the original?

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Upgrading my gear

I’m trying to increase the number of times that I commute by bicycle.  The hardest part is being comfortable while I ride yet carrying work clothes that I can change into when I arrive at the office.  I was using … Continue reading

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Cycling Champions

Recent news from some of our largest cities and from the federal gov’t is down right encouraging when it comes to integrating bicycles in transportation planning and engineering decisions. San Francisco recently was allowed to pursue implementation of their Bicycle … Continue reading

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