Monthly Archives: May 2011

May 31, 2011 – CDs, the V’s.

CD day – the V’s! Mostly Van Halen – not really a surprise, since they’re a band I’ve seen 9 times — since I was a sophomore in high school. The other ones worth mentioning here: Vampire Weekend – sorry … Continue reading

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May 30, 2011 – Seriously, how many picture frames does one man need?

This’ll be the last picture frame given away for a while. But, as I prepare to embark upon the last 2 months of the RID project, I must confess… It’s getting hard. Really hard. Looking back across the entries, it … Continue reading

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May 29, 2011 – On wealth.

If there’s one theme for this blog, it might be “be careful when you start making money, you might end up owning a bunch of stuff you don’t really care about anyway.” Take that Adam Smith. RID…away.

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May 28, 2011 – Stuff for stuff, for stuff.

When I started this blog, the one category I wasn’t expecting to have so much of was… Stuff for stuff. That is, stuff that exists merely to take care of other stuff. DVD holders. Bookshelves. Hard drives for computer backup. … Continue reading

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May 27, 2011 – On being wrong.

Good book. Amazing TED speech. One of the best of the year. The summation of this great text? When you’re wrong, it feels like…you’re right. Good thought for a Friday I’d say. Now, I’m going to pass it along to … Continue reading

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May 26, 2011 – Framing your parents.

Just an old picture frame. This one held a picture of me and my parents – from a long time ago. I RID this one today, but will keep the photo in a treasured place.

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May 25, 2011- On blogs.

I’ve been writing this blog for about a year (almost there!) And, I think I’ve figured out how it evolves on August 1. But more on that later. I have another blog I’ve been doing for about 5 years. If … Continue reading

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