Monthly Archives: May 2011

Chipmunk chicken

No, the title of this post is not a reference to some new genetically altered creature. This is the promised sequel to my bike path post of a few days ago.  “Chipmunk chicken” appears to be the activity of choice … Continue reading

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Riding the path…

Doctors used to advise patients with MS that exercise would be bad for them, that they should avoid exertion altogether. Times and medicine change.  Now, thanks to a single person who refused to go down without a fight, we know … Continue reading

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End of the World, part 3

(Hey, why not push this point?  If the rest of the world can have fun with this, why can’t the church?  Who knows?  Maybe we can learn something about ourselves in the process.) Well, it turns out that Harold Camping … Continue reading

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The End of the World, part 2

I realize that the title of this post is a classic oxymoron, but I like it. I’m still thinking about this end of the world thing.  The truth is that the world did end for thousand of people on Saturday.  … Continue reading

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The End of the World as We Know It…

I should probably give this post a lot more thought than I am giving it now.  I’m doing something I have always advised against: writing while upset about something.  Yet here I am, ticked off and writing about it.  The … Continue reading

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Quotes#1

Like a lot of other people in this world, I use a lot of words.  I spew and I spew.  Every now and then by some bizarre happenstance, I make sense.  I might have even said something useful to someone … Continue reading

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