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Aunt Tomato’s Tomato Update

I woke up to a shower of Doomer e-mails this morning, before I’d even had a chance to drink my coffee and pretend I’d slept.  As I sorted through my grisly e-mails, “MUST WATCH” video clips, and depressing links, I … Continue reading

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A Sorry List

A few weeks ago, I told Cherie Ripperton I had too many projects to finish and I was worried that I might be forgetting or neglecting something.  She said that when she has a lot of things to do, she … Continue reading

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You Wreck Me, Baby

The subject of bumper stickers has come up on this blog before; I get a kick out of them.  Mostly, they make me laugh because they are impotent to affect change.  I have 3 stickers on my car and while … Continue reading

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Dear Facebook

I read an article about Facebook’s “like” button in The Wall Street Journal.  The article claims researchers can create a profile of a Facebook user based on what they “like.” For Harley-Davidson bikers and “likers,” the study’s profile wasn’t very … Continue reading

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Tweet This

What is Twitter? The noun and verb forms of the word “twitter” sit in my Webster’s New Collegiate Dictionary between the words “twitch” and “twixt.” I like the noun form best: A trembling agitation: quiver, A small tremulous intermittent sound … Continue reading

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