I Believe

Main Entry: be·lieve Pronunciation: b&-‘lEv Function: verb Inflected Form(s): be·lieved; be·liev·ing Etymology: Middle English beleven, from Old English belEfan, from be- + lyfan, lEfan to allow, believe; akin to Old High German gilouben to believe, Old English lEof dear — more at LOVE intransitive verb 1 a : to have a firm religious faith b : to accept as true, genuine, or real 2 : to... read more

Happy Chinese New Year

Ha! Forecast from – the bold portion emphasized by me: “Pig’s Yearly Horoscope Pig Overview The Pig is the last of the 12 signs, so maybe it should not come as a surprise that the Pig just can’t catch a break. True it’s your year, but unfortunately there are many unlucky stars in your palace. That 49% rating is an average that masks the fact you are... read more

Happy Fuckin’ New Year

May 2007 be significantly better than 2006! read more

A Stroll Down Memory Lane

Santa Claus When our daughter was 3 years old, we were out with friends of ours, a boy and his mom. We were walking past a Santa Claus set up, and he wanted to go chat with the santa. While he was up there, I asked her if she wanted to go too. She looked at me like I was nuts. “No,” she told me. He did his thing and came running back with a big grin, waving about a candy cane that the santa had... read more

[ adjective ] [ noun ] to you too

It is that time of year again. “The Holidays” as if these are the only holidays. It is admittedly not my favorite time of the year, mainly as a matter of convenience. I don’t like how crowded the roads around the stores get. I don’t like how crowded the parking lots get. I don’t like how crowded the stores themselves get. I also don’t care for the vibe I get from inside... read more

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