Month: January 2011

On Thinking Bigger

I had an interview yesterday with a politician.  As to what the position may be, no ideas were really thrown out there. Trying to be discrete, I tried to find the right string to pull, the one tied to a specific answer, but looking at the situation in retrospect allowed me to realize the interview (the…

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Highs and Lows

One of the best things about having this blog thing is having the ability to appropriately vent out frustrations, objectively, and elaborately.  I know many people utilize their updated status on the popular social networking site to bitch and moan about the cliche, the redundant, and what ever else they feel is necessary to draw…

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Syracuse on Ice

This winter, so far, has been one of the coldest in my opinion.  I don’t know, aside the obvious, what would make it on that list, but it just seems to be that way.  It goes to show attacking it head-on makes this long season tolerable. I have honestly have not had this much fun…

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snHOMEward bound

The morning started out as usual, helping out Sarah to prepare for work, making sure she wasn’t snowed in, and getting odds and ends done. I ate breakfast–coffee and toast, simple is satisfying–and watched the news.  I brought up the Christmas decorations to her attic:  an act that’s never really fun.  However, the rush of…

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Ciniplex Deflexed

I do not consider myself a movie expert by any means.  I have in my spare time casually criticized, debated, contemplated movies for leisure, for purpose and amongst friends.  As many times these arguments come up as redundant, that we have no control when those in Hollywood are in the driver’s seat, it’s hard to resist touching…

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