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The Very Best Crazy, part 3

12 Great Reasons To Start Alternate Nostril Breathing: | Rejuvenation Lounge. Alternate. Nostril. Breathing.  As in, you cover one nostril to inhale, cover the other nostril to exhale, and then reverse it.  The article suggests starting with 12 repetitions and … Continue reading

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Amy’s interviewy thingy

Amy’s interview thingy post is a week old, but I’m not feeling well and I feel like posting something.  Also my n key is only working when it feels like it, so I’ll probably leave out a couple of them. … Continue reading

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Spam

I’ve been quite entertained by some of the spam comments I get.  Some, of course, are straight-up advertisements: 100% Proven To Transform Your Blogs Into Money Making Machines Within Minutes!  Get Your Copy Today! and some are just gibberish generated … Continue reading

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Furnishings

You know what I don’t get?  People who over-decorate their children’s rooms.  Apparently it makes them happy, but I still don’t get it. It starts with the perfectly manicured nursery, with designer furniture and matching linens (which will get various … Continue reading

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The Very Best Crazy

I think once in a while I’ll post quotes or links to some of the more …special, shall we say? opinions on this wonderful internet.  I enjoy reading and laughing at them; perhaps you will too. The following is from … Continue reading

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Little People – a tiny street art project

Little People – a tiny street art project. Someone posted this on twitter, and I love it – art that involves leaving little tiny figures in public places for people to notice.  Or not notice.  There’s a lot of humor … Continue reading

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Are Cornell Students Psychic? – NYTimes.com

Are Cornell Students Psychic? – NYTimes.com. Saw this snippet from the Freakonomics blog and found it fascinating.  It starts with subliminal “priming” – quickly flashing a negative image or word makes subjects quicker to identify the next image or word … Continue reading

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