Monthly Archives: August 2010

Little Moments

I recently attended the funeral for a dear friend’s father. He was a great man and much-loved (evidenced by the way everyone spoke of him both before and after his death). During the service, I was fortunate enough to witness … Continue reading

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Meeting Margaret

Ask anyone who hung out with me in the 90’s about me, and they might just talk about my (not so) paranoid delusion that NBC was spying on me. Yes, NBC, the television network. It was not an unfounded delusion. On … Continue reading

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Travel Tribulations Part 2

Be sure to read Part 1. Yes, that one-way ticket from New York to Boston caused me more trouble than I would realize, but at least I had gotten through it with a story I knew I’d be able laugh … Continue reading

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Travel Tribulations Part 1

I used to enjoy flying, even after the tighter restrictions put in place because of 9/11. I never minded the increased security or the need to arrive at the airport earlier than I would have preferred. I understood the fine … Continue reading

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Wait… What?

I absolutely love a good non sequitur, partially because I enjoy employing Latin, but mostly because they seem to always garner the same reaction from a large number of people. Throw a good non sequitur at someone and they’ll usually … Continue reading

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Up North (from Down South)

For a time, I had to travel somewhat regularly when I worked for a company in Nashville, I mentioned before that I was born and raised in the South, but not being saddled with the prejudices which seem to plague … Continue reading

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They’re Everywhere

It was summer and I was taking classes at Austin Peay. I had finished my last class of the day and was looking forward to decompressing at home. Packing a semester’s worth into a few weeks resulted in long classes … Continue reading

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