From the monthly archives:

September 2006

One Man’s Trash

September 30, 2006



One Man’s Trash, originally uploaded by jonl.

The Tutor will go nuts. Keeping up with the Joneses arrives on the dumpster scene.

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More on the christian madrassa movement…

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American madrassa…

September 30, 2006
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I like to watch — II

September 30, 2006

Watching Leslie watch.

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Hey Mister Tangerine Man…

September 30, 2006

David Weinberger has opened a “markets are metaphors” contest, offering readers a chance to provide him with one liners in Maastricht where he’s offering the keynote speech at a conference called “Markets are conversations.” Nothing will top Chris Locke’s “Markets are misheard lyrics,” but it’s a fun game to play anyway.

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Yo-yo across America…

September 29, 2006

Check out the itinerary Amanda posted! Memphis to St. Louis to Kansas City and back to Louisville? A few hundred miles this way and a few hundred miles back! I’m happy they’re coming through Madison. I’ll try to get my fat face in a few shots, ever angling for another 15 pico-seconds of fame. Better, [...]

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blogna

September 28, 2006

Here’s a hypothesis based on two data points. I left it as a comment at Loose Poodle and I re-present it here: During drive time I had an insight that I’d like to share. I think those of us who don’t believe in god have a higher likelihood of believing in conspiracy theories. It would [...]

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Sat Nam

September 28, 2006

I’m old. Most of my exercise comes from bending over to pull my socks on in the morning and off at night. Of course, you could say I have to be strong to carry that fifty pound bag of excess fat around with me wherever I go. Yet, for all the physical deterioration, buried somewhere [...]

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