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The end

Time to move the office. I haven’t been to the new place yet but I don’t anticipate a sign and letters. If they’re there, though, you can be sure I’ll take em over. Barring that, have marvelous lives and keep … Continue reading

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Be a frood and know where your towel is

From the Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, which is brimming with great words in a fantastic order. I’m sorry I couldĀ make the letters neither larger nor friendlier, though do they do square up rather nicely, don’t you think? While this … Continue reading

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And one of them flies unlike a banana

Last week’s sign didn’t work. At all. So much for bartering unsolicited service for service. Also I’m down to my last S. It’s getting rough out here. I saw this quote on Reddit and it seems to have stemmed from … Continue reading

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A brief interlude from inspiration

  Maybe the sign has entertained or helped enough people that one of them in a position to help me will be inspired to do so. Cause I need an apartment and the pickings around here are quite slim. So … Continue reading

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Definite Limits Too

  This is a line fromĀ The Picture of Dorian Gray, by Oscar Wilde (who I think looks a lot like Stephen Fry but that’s neither here nor there). The idea behind this quote has been in my head influencing my … Continue reading

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But sometimes it’s just wis

I didn’t even have to rearrange or shorten this one! It was originally said by M. Scott Peck (apparently). I’ve found this to be the case–you become unsure of something about which you’d previously been certain. This leads you on … Continue reading

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Ad Hominem

“It is not who is right but what is right that is of important.” -Thomas Huxley. The problem with my wording is that our language lacks a demand tense, so it seems more like I’m telling you that I forgot … Continue reading

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