Monthly Archives: October 2010

One Syllable

He’s 1.8 years old and he utters one syllable exclamations. Quite a bit, actually. I ran a tally of what baby Zach exclaimed about this weekend, offering a close English translation: – SHOO (Father, I wish to wear my shoes. … Continue reading

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If You Have Nothing To Say…

then don’t say it. Okay. I won’t. (Except for the stuff I have said so far, I’d say I’m doing pretty fine). Ah. I just thought of something. Remember when we used to do Analog Twitter a.k.a. “Post Cards”? And … Continue reading

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Train

Keeping a blog up is like making instant oatmeal. Some days you wake up and start mixing oats and hot water because you’re hungry for it, other days you wake up and wish you could just eat some bacon and/or … Continue reading

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Columbus Day

It was on this day that Columbus Sailed the Ocean blue. Not this day but 1492. That may be news to you, but it’s true through and through. Someone might ask “that’s all well and good, and kudos to Mr. … Continue reading

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Album Review: Ben Folds / Nick Hornby –

Lonely Avenue is the latest album from Folds, thanks to the lyrics of Nick Hornby. Folds and Hornby collaborated to come up with 11 songs and four short stories, with words by Nick and music by Ben — Hornby and … Continue reading

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Thanks to Commodore and to YouTube

You both know what you’ve done. Commodore, you came out with the Vic-20 computer and sold it to my cousin Rob at a Service Merchandise. Rob used to put it in its box and take it over to our house … Continue reading

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Reading: Hipster Christianity

Brett McCracken writes about what happens when church and cool collide. He writes it from the perspective of a youth group kid excited about the day when Christian Band Switchfoot crossed over and became the kind of band that MTV … Continue reading

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