Monthly Archives: May 2010

Time to Think

Aaaah. Room to stretch. I am writing this post from the Messiah College campus on my iMac, all of the rest having been written on my iPad, and I can tell you, it is nice to get a little room … Continue reading

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The Hunt for Red October

The only book I am reading at the moment is Tom Clancy’s The Hunt for Red October. I first read the “thrilling” tale when I was younger, probably in my teens. I must have read it a second time a … Continue reading

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the Slave

the slave shadows slant as the sun arcs across the prison walls he walks his paces sinking to his cot and rising again he pounds the iron walls in frustration days come and go without count and number how long … Continue reading

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A Brief History

For most of my life, I have been a PC guy, that is, after my Commondore 64 days. I was there for the the very beginning of Microsoft Windows 3.1. I spent hours being amazed at their killer program, Paint, … Continue reading

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On the Field: Interleague Play

Tonight is the first night for interleague play in baseball in the 2010 season. The Cincinnati Reds have made the drive north to Cleveland to take on the Indians. As it stands tonight, the Reds lead the National League Central … Continue reading

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Back Up and Running

Hello, readers. After several months of unintentional hiatus, my blog is back! I would like to welcome any new readers that I have solicited. If you would like to be more active, please register and you will be able to … Continue reading

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