Monthly Archives: December 2004

Last post

I figured I’d set something down for the last day of 2004. Not a banner year for everyone I’ve talked to – there have been personal tragedies, work agonies, political pain, and natural disasters. But we’ve all survived to fight … Continue reading

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Merry Christmas

Hi everyone – just wanted to wish you all a Merry Christmas and hope you have a Happy New Year. Also, if it’s not to much trouble, I’d like you to say a prayer or a rememberence to the people … Continue reading

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And one more thing…

Anyone out there have Greg Camp’s phone number? He called me last week and left a message, but we were away for the weekend. When I got back, I wrote the number down and promptly lost it. Hit me on … Continue reading

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A Public Service Announcement

I haven’t been using my cell phone very much, since I’ve been working from home. I went to turn it on about a week ago or so, and it wouldn’t power up. I recharged it, and still no luck. I’ve … Continue reading

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Nature Center

A nice piece of news today, for once. The Nature Center in Watsonville, California was featured in the Register-Parjaronian, and our friend Shirley-Ann is the coordinator of the place. In my head, that means she was solely responsible for the … Continue reading

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Attention ‘Publicans

Pssst. Hey, you. The soulless ‘publican who only cares about money. I know that doesn’t narrow it down much, but check this out, anyway. I’m about to speak a language you might understand. In September of 2002, Larry Lindsey (the … Continue reading

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Sink or…

Got a message from Mark about this 80-year-old guy who survived an 18 hour ordeal in the water. What I like about this story is that this dude knows he’s a total badass. “…most other people who do not have … Continue reading

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History

Today is the 63rd anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor, the “Day That Will Live in Infamy.” On November 23rd, Admiral Chuichi Nagumo ordered a surprise attack on enemy ships in the “Hawaiian Area”. On December 7th at 8am, … Continue reading

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I was testing you.

I wanted to see if anyone would notice that I didn’t post. And – someone did. Well, several someones. I feel that I owe you an explanation about why I have been remiss in posting lately. It’s very complex, but … Continue reading

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