Monthly Archives: October 2009

Saturday, October 31, 2009

I woke this morning thinking it was a nice and quiet day. As normal I turned on the TV for the back ground noise to drown out the silence. The FOX morning show was telling of the highest earning movies’ … Continue reading

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Saturday, October 31, 2009

I woke this morning thinking it was a nice and quiet day. As normal I turned on the TV for the back ground noise to drown out the silence. The FOX morning show was telling of the highest earning movies’ … Continue reading

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Friday, October 30, 2009

Good evening. Well, it is evening my day time. It’s been one of those “I’m sorry I’m me” type of days. Usually I collect gas worrying over little, and once it passes I’m good to go. It’s passed. I appreciate … Continue reading

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Friday, October 30, 2009

Good evening. Well, it is evening my day time. It’s been one of those “I’m sorry I’m me” type of days. Usually I collect gas worrying over little, and once it passes I’m good to go. It’s passed. I appreciate … Continue reading

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Thursday, October 29, 2009

Chess . . . I watched the first game of the Series. I’ve always thought of Philly as a dirty town – physically. That’s from a touristy opinion, driving through. Lee pitched a clean game. There was no “he deserved … Continue reading

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Thursday, October 29, 2009

Chess . . . I watched the first game of the Series. I’ve always thought of Philly as a dirty town – physically. That’s from a touristy opinion, driving through. Lee pitched a clean game. There was no “he deserved … Continue reading

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Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Folk sayings seem like foolish stuff when first heard. Eventually, one comes to see them for what they represent and appreciate the manner in which they are used – when used correctly. “Snake Oil Salesman” may be translated, I think, … Continue reading

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