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What Freaks Him Out!

While reading in the May, 2006 issue of Seventeen magazine, I came across the What Freaks Him Out About You article on page 084. I have my own opinions about the issues the ‘guys’ brought up. Andrew answers, “it’s weird when a girl gets clingy in public and you’ve only been together for like, a […]

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Webpage Update

I have minor changes to report for the code of all my pages. I changed the noscript menu for those of you who use browsers not equipped with javascript capabilities or have deactivated them. Also, a problem that’s been bugging me every since I started using Opera is that the javascript menu is too low […]

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Dilapidated ThinkPad

When I first bought this laptop, it was 5 years old and in pristine condition. Since then, it has been used and abused to the max. The thing is falling apart. It’s been dropped numerous times, hit by a car, and smashed with groceries and laundry. If I had the money, I’d buy a new […]

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The New World Library

From my favorite seat at the Satan George branch of the Washington County Library I can monitor the progress of the construction of the new library building. It’s going very slow. I have often thought about how slow construction projects in Satan George are. It is unbelievable compared to the speed of similar projects farther […]

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The Trial

After the failed hearing for dismissal, I wrote a request for discovery with the city prosecutor, then e-mailed the prosecutor, asking for a meeting. I had intended to present the request in person so we could go over it and discuss the case. He responded in favor of the meeting, but, as it turned out, […]

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Unexpected Devastation

I am crushed. Pun intended. My Emma Watson source, Emma-Watson.net closed Sunday. I checked it Saturday evening before leaving the library, but when I tried to visit the site last night, there was nothing but a notice from Jo that she was leaving the site. The notice reads that Fred will be taking over, but […]

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More Like Home

I had about six or so inches of snow when I woke up yesterday. It was just like home. Again. Fresh and wet. I was cutting a trail on my bicycle all the way into town. It was cool. I had known it was going to snow, so I expected that part. Still, it was […]

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Webpage Update

Well, I spent the day updating the info on my About Me page. I hope it comes across as more friendly. I added a few new paragraphs and a bunch of smileys. I was concerned that despite the fact I had included my web address on that thank-you card, that woman was scared of me. […]

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Just Like Home

Believe it or not, I am now watching it snow from the south window of the St. George branch of the Washington County Library. It is sticking too. Boy, it is really coming down, just like home. It started about 10 minutes bore 11:00 AM, here at the library and was sticking by 11. This […]

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Revelatory Perspective

As I studied the scriptures today, I contemplated the similarity between the story of Ammon and King Lamoni with the situation between me and the woman I presented the thank-you card to. Of particular interest were the verses 16-19 and 28 of the nineteenth chapter of the Book of Alma. I may be grabbing at […]