Monthly Archives: March 2007

Talking points are walking points

I read a lot everyday and today was no exception. One of the stories I read today was a link on Huffington Post about Matthew Dowd, former campaign strategist for President George Bush.

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My Sweet Lord

Some artist has fashioned a chocolate crucified Jesus and it has provoked a firestorm of criticism. I viewed a program last night on CNN where the artist was confronted by Bill Donahue of the Catholic League who maintained that this … Continue reading

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Humanity to others

I’ve been using an Ubuntu desktop for nearly a year now and I really appreciate the ease of use. I use open source software on Windows too, but when I’m home and using the Internet or writing I spend the … Continue reading

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First flight

Today I went flying again with my instructor. Licensed pilots are required to spend time each year working with instructors to keep their skills honed. Flying an airplane is a great gift and a responsibility.

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No Asshole Rule

I first read about Professor Bob Sutton’s book about three months ago on Guy Kawasaki’s blog. I had done a Google search on the subject following a particularly painful day at work.

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Easter Surprise

I can’t quite contain my concern that we are heading towards a nuclear Armageddon. “The Bush administration continues moving closer to a nuclear attack on Iran, and we ignore the obvious buildup at our peril.

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Feeling grateful or appreciative of someone or something in your life actually attracts more of the things that you appreciate and value into your life.–Christiane Northrup

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