Monthly Archives: March 2007

>Tonight’s Run and Detaining British Marines

>Getting back into shape is the best choice I’ve made in a while. Health-wise, it has come among many bad ones. Two nights ago I pushed myself very hard for 20 minutes and felt the satisfaction of knowing I did … Continue reading

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>McGahee: Good Riddance to Bad Rubbish

>I’m not trying to say anything here at all. Really, I’m not. But in light of Willis McGahee becoming the city of Baltimore’s newest son of God, I thought I’d share something that was written during the Harlem Renaissance by … Continue reading

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>The Way I Feel

> That beach air rolling across the streets of a silenced beach town gets me every time. It smells like salt and hints at fish markets, both at different times but all at once. They take turns invading my nostrils. … Continue reading

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> Also, here’s a chilling 9-1-1 call for you … one from a man “ten minutes” after shooting and killing his wife. Now on to what’s really bothering me today. I decided earlier this evening that I do not like … Continue reading

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>Don’t Chyou Quit!

> I want to give a shout out to whomever looked at my blog from Beaverton, Oregon. On the surface, it would appear that the preceding sentence is grammatically incorrect – that I should have said “whoever” in lieu of … Continue reading

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>Töten Sie den Bären!

>Why are animal rights activists calling for a polar bear cub in a German zoo to be killed because being fed by people will “humanize” him? Are these people really serious? Isn’t a slightly human-acting bear better than a dead … Continue reading

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>Why Do People Jog?

> These are pictures Sean took on campus today of signs a student activist group lined Chancellor’s Walk with. They mention several acts of massive genocide the world has experienced in the last century. Ironically enough – if you can … Continue reading

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