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I ran around Lake Merced and happily I did not lose the run data. Ron
showed up and we did not stop as much which is good. I saw a Brown
Standard Poodle.
It was way different than when we ran a year ago.

Went to MoMo's with some former work droogs. Katie Alton got her
braces off so she wants to eat popcorn, apples and chew gum all at the
same time.
One of Katie's friends does not eat desert so my description of the
brunch from a few months ago was lost on her. She was doing the New
York Times Crossword. I should simply put random letters in the
crossword and then people will think I am clever. Then I would read a
science book. Hopefully no one will check the random entries on the
crossword puzzle.

It seems they all work together again. Richard Kim said that I was
always appreciative of their work and that made my day.
When they all worked in that small office I imagined they all lived in
a four level bunk bed and drove in some sort of car. They were good
sourcers.

On another note, I saw a nonsense television program about the Bermuda
Triangle and how there is a vortex that goes to the Pacific Ocean.
This was being passed off as science and the show did not end making
fun of the audience.

My sister learned how to use Facebook. So I put in an entry about
Calorie Drawers. That is a joke that does not work beyond my siblings.
When I work a larger room I do not say, :Have you ever went into the
Calorie Drawer..." OR "When the Marlton Swim Team would honk their
horns"

Now here is another question, when they lost, did they just drive in
silently? Do they still do it? Who was the first one who said, We won
over Kettering. Lets drive into Marlton honking horns. Are they
Honking horns all the way from Kettering? Where did they go?


We went en masse to Pete's Tavern which had the lightest bar stools
ever. It was either anti gravity or something.

I am having a cup of Absinthe as I am writing this. Hopefully my
digital camera will not go missing.

Started listen to the God Delusion by Richard Dawkins. He comes highly
recommend by my favorite writer, Douglas Adams and starts off with a
quote
"Isn't it enough to see that a garden is beautiful without having to
believe that there are fairies at the bottom of it too?"




























































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