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Monthly Archive for August, 2004

I spent the evening at a corporate dinner tonight, where we dined at RUTH’S CHRIS STEAKHOUSE. Their filet mignon is hands down the best steak I have ever had. Tonight I went with the rib-eye, and while still good, it was not nearly as exceptional as the filet. Drooling aside, I am thankful for the [...]

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Question for everyone – I need group participation since I’m a little too fried from work to think things up on my own. I had a couple of conversations today, one with my friend Marty (nurse practitioner) and one with my friend Alex (Account Executive for GE Capital Finance). I told you what they do [...]

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Goodnight sweetheart, ohhh it’s time to go…. I think that I may have scared some of you with my last post – so I thought that I better post something else to move it further off of the screen. This is my attempt. I’m on my way to buying a new digital camera, and still [...]

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Letter forwarded to me from friend Dan Stevens. The letter is from the director of Consumer Freedom regarding recent PETA marketing strategies. Image below is the cover of a comic book that PETA supporters have been handing out to small children. Dear friend, Some time ago, you indicated your support for an on-line petition asking [...]

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If my friend Alex looks a little too happy to be wearing a Ricki Lake t-shirt, it’s only because sniffing noxious fumes can have dangerous side effects. Alex actually roped me into “helping him with his dad’s freezer.” I thought that this would involve some heavy lifting, which I’m built for – and I felt [...]

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Contibution from Alex…one of the few people I know that still reads a newspaper… BAKER LAKE, Wash. — Rain-eeeeer …. Bear? When state Fish and Wildlife agents recently found a black bear passed out on the lawn of Baker Lake Resort, there were some clues scattered nearby — dozens of empty cans of Rainier Beer. [...]

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