Monthly Archives: January 2009

Keeping score

Making new years resolutions is one of the many things I don’t believe in. But sometimes you need goals. Especially when you’re a slacker like me. So I made a to-do list for this year, with five obtainable targets and a more metaphorical one. Now we’re two weeks into the new year, and already I… Read more »

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I turn 29

That’s all. I didn’t get this big to still get wound up about a birthday.

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Motown turns 50

While I do like an occasional dose of soul, Motown‘s fiftieth birthday isn’t what I’d call a big deal. It is, however, a great occasion to do some no-research, hassle-free blogging. In September 1971, Motown subsidiary Rare Earth released an album called Stoney and Meatloaf. I’m not going to rehash the whole story—if you’re really… Read more »

This week’s links

Okay, so I was actually gonna save this list for sunday, but what the heck. In anticipation of Springsteen’s new album “Working on a Dream” (release: january 27th), it’s Bruce Springsteen month at The Screen Door. An instant Sinfest classic: I take refuge in my fortress of knowledge to get away from the scary things… Read more »

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Quick note: I’m just back from my first volleyball practice in almost eight months. As/Unlike* I said I would, I took it easy/went in for the kill. Until I know how my knee reacts, I rate my comeback as You lose at life./Your shipment of fail has arrived/Meh/Epic win!/All your base are belong to us… Read more »

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