Monthly Archives: March 2010

In Which I Take a Stand on the Best Cartoon of the 80s

Because yesterday’s post inspired so much love and happiness in the hearts of all my readers, I thought I’d follow it up with something much more likely to cause people to become bitter and angry. Transformers was the best cartoon … Continue reading

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In Which I Take a Stand on the Health Care Thing

Okay people. Listen up. I’ve debated getting into this publicly, because it’s very clear that there are a lot of feelings involved in this health care thing, and I try my best not to hurt other people’s feelings. That said, … Continue reading

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Book Review: Under the Dome

Under the Dome by Stephen King My rating: 5 of 5 stars I had a personal connection to this book, since the setting could have been swapped (more or less) with my current hometown. For all I know, it was … Continue reading

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Elkanah Oakes

Last Thursday my mom was in town, and she took us out to dinner for DKC’s birthday. We went to a place nearby (great Italian food!) that also had a huge wall-sized map of the area, dating back to 1861. … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Lost

Figured I’d take a minute to pontificate on Lost. I’ll avoid spoilers here, in case any of you are behind on the season. DKC and I have been watching each week, and I’ve really been pleased with the season. One … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Magicians

The Magicians by Lev Grossman My rating: 5 of 5 stars Every now and then I read a book that I just can’t put down. This is one of those. The writing is literary and fascinating, the characters complex, the … Continue reading

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Another Plug for Mint

I’m home sick today, and I have no real desire to come up with a Novel Idea for a blog post, so instead I’m just going to mention my favorite budgeting site again: Mint. What do I love about Mint? … Continue reading

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