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6 years, if my math is right.  Haven’t paid much attention to the anniversaries, but it’s starting to be a while.

Oddly, my blogger profile says I’ve been a member since April 2009.


Must have been one of those changes/upgrades/re-profilings I’ve done.  Weird, though.  I don’t even have any entries from April 2009.

And does it have anything to do with looking for something in the search engine that I know is there and still getting no results?

So, the requisite 6 favorite posts:

  1. A love letter to Alan Bennett
  2. Soliloquy on the Metro
  3. Birds do not lead epic lives…
  4. the Metaphysical implications of a toaster
  5. Modern art at the BMA
  6. Why I can’t do math

[Edit – these comments were made while my blog was still on Blogger.  I left for a lot of reasons, though the inaccurate search engine was my only practical gripe.  I’ve just known too many people who have lost/had trouble getting back their g-mail accounts they’d had for years and I was afraid to lose my e-mail AND my blog.]


11 December 2009 at 10:52 Leave a comment

Seemed like a good idea

Stairway from McDonald’s

12 July 2009 at 16:02 Leave a comment


3 December 2008 at 17:38 Leave a comment

Solstice moon

21 June 2008 at 14:10 Leave a comment

Not so much

14 August 2007 at 14:16 Leave a comment

Our neighborhood

8 May 2007 at 14:29 Leave a comment


15 April 2005 at 09:52 Leave a comment

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What I’ve been reading:

  • James Boswell, The Life of Samuel Johnson, L.L.D. (London, 14 King William Street, Strand: William P. Nimmo, 1876). 5 years ago
  • Marsilio Ficino, Letters of Marsilio Ficino, v. 3, trans. Language Dept. School of Economic Science, London (New York: Gingko Press, 1985). 5 years ago
  • Italo Calvino, Six Memos for the Next Millennium (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1988). 5 years ago
  • Stephanie Kallos, Broken for You (New York: Grove Press, 2004). 6 years ago
  • Marsilio Ficino, Letters of Marsilio Ficino, v. 2, trans. Language Dept. School of Economic Science, London (New York: Gingko Press, 1985) 6 years ago

T. Anderson Painter

I am a misanthrope. No one ever believes me, but this seems to prove my point.



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