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Internal Debate

This is funny if you are just a touch geeky, so I’m actually reprinting it all integrally. Sorry, the source had rather questionable taste, so I won’t quote it. Mea culpa, but hey… It was found on StumbleUpon, though. Computer: Monitor, display this document, ok?…

Culinarily thinking

Or better said, thinking with my stomach. Since it seems to be politically correct to do so, here are two of my recent crushes. First, there’s the mighty So.Cial sandwich, 2 minutes from work. You pick: a quarter of a sandwich for $6 or a…

What I Got Today

Like many yesterdays, today was high in stress, exclamation points, shocking surprises – mostly bad, very serious setbacks, crises (that’s a plural, mind you), dull rain, bad communication, ridiculous misunderstandings, obnoxious people, water leaks, wasted food, moody crews, scheduling problems, 12 1/2 hours at work,…

Interrogation

« When the bus driver jabbers that he will have to stop at the Police Control, I immediately smell trouble. No stops have been planned and he should know that we have all the necessary authorizations. What’s worse, I don’t remember noticing any kind of…

24 hours

A few days ago, after working an entire night up in the Vancouver skies, I walked home around 4:00 am, following the madness south on Granville Street as clubbers were pouring out into the chilly morning air. Then I sliced my way through a quiet…

Fading

"The ship’s tender drops me off on an lonely pier to which are tied up a few rusty fishing boats, almost all leaning to one side as if to show their long seafaring experience, just as John Wayne wore his hat tilted sideways. But I’m…