Monthly Archives: February 2008

Brews You Can Use

It’s February 29th. It happens once every four years. That means we’re allowed to drink four times as much beer tonight. You can cite this blog as authority. Anyone who disagrees is obviously mathematically challenged. It’s a good drinking weekend … Continue reading

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Abbreviated Eudemon

I didn’t get home from work until 10:00 last night, which is about thirty minutes past my bedtime. By the time I got to bed, it was way past. No time for blogging today, though I have two quick things: … Continue reading

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Planned Parenthood to Golf to Stabbing

I didn’t sleep well last night, so I woke up in a bad mood. I read a news story about Planned Parenthood’s promotion of pornography to teenagers, and figured, “I’m in a bad mood already, so I might as well … Continue reading

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Tuesday Quick Hits

For extra credit, who can name for me Cheech and Chong’s seven movies? Oaksterdam University prepares people for jobs in California’s thriving medical marijuana industry. For $200 and the cost of two required textbooks, students learn how to cultivate and … Continue reading

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Monday Moaning

I’ve come down with the stomach flu. It’s not nearly as bad as the bronchitis/flu/plague thing I had earlier this month (thank goodness), but highly unpleasant: Playing both ends of the court, mild headache, chills. I’m the seventh person in … Continue reading

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Something for Sunday Morning

“Be faithful in little things.” Mother Teresa Bookmark it: del.icio.us | Reddit | Slashdot | Digg |

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Saturday Stuff

I missed the blood red moon lunar eclipse two days ago. Still depressed about it, I tried to make it up by going to the new brewpub and drinking six (eight?) Blue Moons after work (3:30ish, for reasons I can … Continue reading

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Brews You Can Use

Not clear on whether he was knighted before this, in spite of this, or because of this: Tesco chief executive Sir Terry Leahy has been branded the “godfather of British binge drinking” by a Labour MP. __________ Brewers care: Sam … Continue reading

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Gmail

Anybody else use Google Mail? Anybody else have troubles accessing it the past two days? It’s like the site has been completely crashed. I couldn’t get on all day yesterday, got on last night once, then today it’s down again. … Continue reading

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Quick-Hitting Eudemon

Croup girl (Tess, 2), flu girl (Abbie, 13), and Bad-Dream Girl (Meg, 6). The nights have been longish . . . for my wife. I’ve been sleeping fairly well. __________ And it’s just a coincidence that this attitude shift comes … Continue reading

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The 30-Day Challenge Follow-Up

I linked yesterday to the Florida pastor’s 30-day conjugal challenge. Interestingly, the pastor is recommending Dawn Eden’s Thrill of the Chaste for singles. Dawn has the details here. Bookmark it: del.icio.us | Reddit | Slashdot | Digg |

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The Wednesday Eudemon

The lunar eclipse tonight is going to be a good one (assuming cloud coverage isn’t a problem). David Warren has details and a history. __________ My most-recent blogging column is at The Register. Subscription required. It’s about charity on the … Continue reading

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