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Entries from January 31st, 2003

Who’s afraid? I am, that’s who

January 31st, 2003 · Comments Off on Who’s afraid? I am, that’s who · Uncategorized

Official Nosuch terse review of The Hours: Aptly named, utterly depressing, but not without some virtue. A poor choice for a “date” movie, unless your goal for the culmination of your date is a suicide pact.

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Fashion appliance

January 30th, 2003 · Comments Off on Fashion appliance · Uncategorized

My good woman was in need of just the right blouse to make a complete outfit for a special night out. I had a pretty good idea of where I could get the blouse, and the store was five minutes from my office. I dashed out at lunch for a quick spot of shopping, and […]

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Crazy at the top

January 29th, 2003 · Comments Off on Crazy at the top · Uncategorized

A fellow New Yorker had this to say about the current state of affairs: I myself feel that our country, for whose Constitution I fought in a just war, might as well have been invaded by Martians and body snatchers. Sometimes I wish it had been. What has happened, though, is that it has been […]

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Let’s give them something to talk about

January 28th, 2003 · Comments Off on Let’s give them something to talk about · Uncategorized

Being ever addicted to online communities combined with my addiction to my German wife has led to the creation of TalkaboutUSA.com, a forum for German people visiting, moving to, or living in the United States. It’s not been up for a week yet, but it already has over 500 posts and over 30 members. It […]

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Reviewed

January 27th, 2003 · Comments Off on Reviewed · Uncategorized

The last three presentations I did for T.E.S, my luck was bad and there was no one to review it for the T.E.S. weekly email newsletter. Last week’s presentation, while unlucky with the weather, scored with this review, excerpted from the TES-INFO email: TEASING AND DENIAL WITH ALEX by Lincoln Sometimes the lectures at TES […]

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