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Posts from December 2004

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Comments Off on Reggie White – R.I.P.

Reggie White – R.I.P.

One of the most remarkable players to ever walk on a football field has passed away at 43. Reggie White will be missed in Philadelphia and beyond. He had a lot of outspoken beliefs, much of which I never payed any attention to. This article explores some of that: Reggie had just begun to live. […]


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Comments Off on Doggie Update

Doggie Update

The update to my dog story thankfully has a happy ending. I’ll let the email we received from the foster parents do the rest of the talking. Thanks to the help of the Deb of Antietam Creek Samoyed Club and Sandy of Delaware Valley Samoyed Rescue, Sierra was placed in a wonderful home last Sunday […]


Cheers

As an expecting father, acutely aware of the importance of an inviolable childhood development, I have to say… WHAT THE F**K!!!!!!!!?


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Comments Off on Seeing Red

Seeing Red

Once again, the Pragmatist neatly summarizes something I’ve been thinking about, but not taken any time to articulate—the living hell that has turned into my daily work routine. It’s a nightmare of red tape called Sarbanes-Oxely. Thanks, Kenny Boy.


Yep, It’s Official

‘Old Dirty Bastard’ died neither of old age nor of the shame of being a bastard, as some might have predicted. Apparently, it had more to do with the dirty part. Go figure.


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