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Monday
Feb092004

Online and In Trouble

Well, I haven't done this in a while, but I'm not bound and determined to make a habit of it. And so, in that spirit, here I come again. Well, things are going into full swing for the new year, after a busy but distracting month of January, I'm buckling down and I'm all about the work these days. What was so distracting about last month? Well, most of the distraction came in the form of looking for and then buying a townhouse (or condo if you prefer). I've never bought a home before, and it's a fairly complicated and mildly nerve-wracking experience, but I'm happy with the results. I'm now safely ensconced in my two-story, two-bedroom, one and a half bath townhouse in Sarasota Florida, my home and native land. It's not huge, but there's plenty of space for me and a room for my office, and a cable connection to you fine folks out there in Web land, so it's got all I need. As long as people keep their goddamned Hummer 2's out of my parking space, then everything is just peachy. I'm not mostly unpacked - except for all my comics and books - and have been grooving on being a home owner for ten days now. Life is, all things considered, pretty good. More on the work and such later. For now, here's some things everyone should look at: Some interesting analysis of the usurper president and his national guard history. and a great site for keeping up on what's actually going on in Iraq these days...Juan Cole's Informed Content Enjoy!

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    Response: Hollister France
    Hi, this essay is despite the small, but rich in content. Reverie verbiage. If you want to see details:Hollister France

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