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ebb and flow

I started working on my apartment by zone last night…i started with the easy parts, the bathroom which i had classified as three zones..and a couple of the zones in the kitchen including washing the floor yea i had a bunch of redbull yesterday. It was my reward for doing all this..i just got to […]

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sniffed out a solution

Send Later 3 extension for the Thunderbird email. Send Later does exactly what it is supposed to do, schedule emails so that they are send out at a later point in time. You have two options. It can highjack the Send button to display a send later menu on every send, or be used via […]

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Constant Comment.

It’s cold, I’m cold. I am wearing both pairs of woolen socks. I need me some Bob Cratchit gloves. The thermostat is right in front of my desk, but i have vowed NOT to touch it until I turn it off in spring. I owe the gas company my soul now, I shudder (or is […]

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stuffing

Well I got my bag o’nuts  in the post and my new bartending certification in my wallet . . . . and celebrated my 47th birthday with friends wandering around a redneck mecca called Outdoor World.  Trust me if you get the chance GO there, it’s a more ridiculous afternoon than mocking people at Walmart. […]

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Famous Monsters of Filmland lives again

Press release from IDW PUBLISHING: Famous Monsters of Filmland, the classic sci-fi/horror/fantasy-specific film magazine that captured the imaginations of so many for more than three decades, today announced its return to print. FM has partnered with IDW Publishing, responsible for hit comic book titles such as 30 Days of Night, Angel, Transformers, and Locke & […]

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The Private Library: Teeny, Tiny Books

From the Private Library Blog Running out of shelf space in your private library?  Maybe you need to collect smaller books…. Miniature books, commonly defined as books smaller than 3″  x 3″ (76.20 mm x 76.20 mm) in width and height, don’t get a lot of respect from many book collectors, an unfortunate circumstance since […]

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some fridays are worth the wait

I spent thursday churning out a large order for a special customer…well technically it took all week and as profitable as it was – it’s all spent every penny on frivolous things like insurance and utilities. But after I had washed my hands of the entire thing and before I wrote the 1st check, I […]

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just along for the ride

I wish I had staged that shot..but nope…..the cat sauntered out of one yard across the road in front of me and into another yard. When the universe does that to you all you can do is sit there and watch your life unfold. I’ve been watching a lot of other people’s lives lately…the spaghetti […]

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irony ain't dead…just a bit snarky

isn’t that the most beautiful thing you ever saw? to me it looks like puppies and kittens dipped in chocolate… Technically she is called a percontation point – a ‘rhetorical question mark’. . . an irony mark also called a snark or zing. Created by Henry Denham in the 1580s, it pops up in literature […]

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1001 uses for books – still MORE jewelery

From BlackSpotBooks on Etsy Library of antique and scrap leather books for the neck – eleven miniature books $325.00 USD alas it is sold out.

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