From the monthly archives:

March 2004

Milton Acorn

March 31, 2004

How odd that my recent mutterings re. Dick Fosbury should find an echo in this poem by Milton Acorn.

When you’re caught in an eight-foot boat —seaworthy
though—
You’ve got to turn your back, for a man rows backwards
Taking direction from the sting of rain and spray.
How odd, when you think of it, that a man rows backwards!

It is always a pleasure to take a walk through Wood s Lot and find this kind of thing…

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Air America Radio

March 31, 2004

Air America Radio will launch today. Thanks to Penny Lane (sp?) for the link.

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Kitty Comes Home Safe

March 30, 2004

His life showed that loving and showing compassion to everyone was much bigger and much more important than any rules the locals wanted to impose

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For Jonathon Delacour

March 30, 2004
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Digital Divide

March 30, 2004
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They’re Ba-ack

March 29, 2004

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