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Entries from January 29th, 2002

Executive Vice Pecker

January 29th, 2002 · Comments Off on Executive Vice Pecker · Uncategorized

Just because my company tries to do the right thing doesn’t mean there aren’t people who can find small, irritating ways to diminish the good intent. While we’re bunkered down in the contingency center here in New Jersey, the company covers commuting expenses. For me, that’s $210 a month for New Jersey Transit. I buy […]

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Statistics

January 29th, 2002 · Comments Off on Statistics · Uncategorized

Sometimes I read something and it makes me want to go back to bed. Percentage of Americans who believe that the theory of human evolution is “probably” or “definitely” not true : 47 Percentage who believe that the tenets of astrology “probably” or “definitely” have some scientific truth : 48 From Harpers Index, January 2002 […]

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At least they earn something

January 28th, 2002 · Comments Off on At least they earn something · Uncategorized

Well, who says gaming is worthless? From an article on CNet: Based on a review of thousands of completed auctions for “EverQuest” items and in-game currency, Castronova concluded that players earn an average wage of $3.42 for every hour they play the game and collectively produce annual gross “exports” of more than $5 million. It’s […]

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Going! Going! Gone!

January 28th, 2002 · Comments Off on Going! Going! Gone! · Uncategorized

Due to the recent Incredibly Shrinking , we’ve got some fetish clothing which is suddenly too big and wasting valuable New York City closet space. Just the type of thing eBay is good for. If you are interested in a corset or two, or perhaps a PVC skirt, or maybe some PVC pants, take a […]

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Repeat performance

January 27th, 2002 · Comments Off on Repeat performance · Uncategorized

Note to self: be careful what I eat or drink before working out, or I will be seeing it again much sooner than I’d like. At least I made it back into the apartment in time.

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