Monthly Archives: July 2008

I Didn’t Know

For all the regular readers — both of them — wondering what’s prompted the past week of short bursts of happy posts, a hint. It’s about as subtle as a bowling ball and not nearly so good as it should … Continue reading

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One incredible week

It’s been an amazing seven days for me. In the grand scheme of things, perhaps it doesn’t quite take first prize for Most Significant Week Ever. But in my little world it’s running a close second. As of yet I’m … Continue reading

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Echos of Sins Past

Regular readers of this blog, were there any, would know that in early June, The Mongrel Dogs That Teach was high-jacked by people of malicious intent who inserted “invisible” code into my text to direct people to infected sites and … Continue reading

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Six days and counting…

… and it’s still all good.

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Regression to the mean…

… has not yet set in. Maybe it’s a new mean.

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The streak…

… continues, with today topping even yesterday.

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As for today…

… even better than yesterday, which I would not have thought possible.

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Just wanted to say…

… that today has been a very good day.

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The rising South?

Reading through Lawyers, Guns, and Money today, I was eventually directed to the US Army site on the service of African-Americans throughout history. The lead line of the section on the Civil War really raised my hackles: “When Federal troops … Continue reading

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Review: Dr. Horrible’s Sing-along Blog

(Updated 2 PM 2008 Jul 20) The latest Joss Whedon effort, Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog is a short musical made available on the Web and starring Neal Patrick Harris and Nathan Fillion (better known as Doogie Howser and Capt. Malcolm … Continue reading

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