Monthly Archives: March 2011

March 31, 2011 – CDs, the R’s.

Ah – a CD day! Today, the R’s. The highlights – Rainmakers – I know, I know…you’ve never heard of these guys. But, that’s because…unlike me, you didn’t go to college in the Midwest in the 80s. But trust me, … Continue reading

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March 30, 2011 – No need to keep this for one scene.

Got this a couple of years ago as a Christmas present. I admit, I’ve got a bit of a mancrush on Michael Cera. Put that kid in a movie, and I know I’ll enjoy quite a bit of it. That … Continue reading

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March 29, 2011 – I guess I didn’t want.

So here’s a book about the coming evolution of technology – what it means, and thinking of technology as an active organism. While I find the topic fascinating, I give this to the RID pile today — because I realize … Continue reading

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March 28, 2011 – Morality.

Today, I give away this philosophy book by Sam Harris. I always struggle when people tell me atheists don’t have any moral system. Frankly, I’m amazed at the things I hear about atheists. Most things I hear would be patently … Continue reading

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March 27, 2011 – Great movie, terrible photo.

Oops…sorry I had my camera set incorrectly on this one. But trust me…it’s a DVD copy of Monty Python’s Meaning of Life — a movie that I DO watch again occasionally. But, since it’s available via streaming…off the physical DVD … Continue reading

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March 26, 2011 – Two frames.

Couple of small picture frames here. Both contained old photos of my daughter when she was much…much younger. Not really a whole lot to say about these that I haven’t said previously about the difference between giving away items that … Continue reading

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March 25, 2011 – On local history.

When I moved to Seattle – oh, so many years ago…I made an effort to bone up on the region’s history. Which was great…because Seattle was founded by a bunch of shysters, hooligans, and thieves. Good reading. I need to … Continue reading

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