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Entries from January 15th, 2004

Dogwalking in a winter wonderland

January 15th, 2004 · Comments Off on Dogwalking in a winter wonderland · Uncategorized

Sometimes, when snow falls on Manhattan it is a beautiful thing. A fresh falling snow makes the city both quiet and clean looking, even if only for a moment. Last nights fluffy, gentle snow turned out to be a delight. Walking the dog was a pleasure, especially with Leo’s unabashed enthusiasm for the snow. It […]

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Lord of the Scams

January 14th, 2004 · Comments Off on Lord of the Scams · Uncategorized

Why the bloody buggery doesn’t Blockbuster and NetFlix offer the extended version of The Fellowship of the Rings and the extended Two Towers DVDs? It’s a conspiracy of marketing, I tell you. I refuse to purchase these movies when I know my posterior can only handle one viewing of each without causing permenant damage to […]

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Launch!

January 13th, 2004 · Comments Off on Launch! · Uncategorized

Our president is literally promising us the moon, or at least a moon base, and Mars. I suppose if I held the United States credit card in my hands and I wanted to complete my spending spree after conquering two nations, a planet or two would seem a natural extension. I wouldn’t be so cynical […]

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Seconds on the Sidekick

January 12th, 2004 · Comments Off on Seconds on the Sidekick · Uncategorized

After over a year of heavy use, I had worn down my black and white T-Mobile Sidekick keyboard until some of the keys were only intermitently working. Never mind that the case and screen were all scratched up from tossing it into my man-purse unprotected. It was time to upgrade to the color unit. If […]

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Misc. kink

January 9th, 2004 · Comments Off on Misc. kink · Uncategorized

Since I’ve been neglecting the kink aspect of my life here, and it’s clear an awful lot of people are stumbling through here via various searches for such type of stuff, here are a few miscellaneous morsels. Teasing and denial seems to be something folks are frequently interested in, and I personally can completely understand. […]

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