Swimmer on a Mission: Day 7

23 July 2014

Date: Today.

Yay! Feeling faster every day, but I’m still slow. That’s probably going to last a while. Without further ado: Read the rest of this entry »


Swimmer on a Mission: Days 5 and 6

23 July 2014

Date: Day of this post.

Days 3 and 4 are forever lost to the abyss known as my memory. They were this weekend’s Saturday and Sunday. I have enough trouble remembering which locker is mine after a workout at the pool. You’ll live without them. Without further ado:

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Swimmer on a Mission: Days 1 and 2

23 July 2014

Date: Weekend of the 12th and 13th.

So, this is a series about how I’m getting back into shape. It’s predominantly going to be swimming related, though travel and pool-out-of-service is likely to mean that I’ll need to perform other acts of exercise. (This particular post needs to be backdated a couple weeks….) Without further ado:

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The Federalist #71

5 January 2011

I just love this passage from The Federalist No. 71: The Duration in Office of the Executive. Read the rest of this entry »


Polar BUTTS

24 July 2010

I wrote this as a paper for my economics class in 12th grade, or so I recall. I’m bored right now, so I felt like putting it on the Internet for all to laugh with (or at). Or not to laugh at, depending on how srs you want to be. Read the rest of this entry »


The Sweet Guy

30 June 2009

I don’t know if it should be comforting that two people I’ve not met in real life so quickly voiced their opinions on whether or not I’m a sweet guy. Not to degrade your comments (♥ Lizzy and ♥ Lugburz), but I wonder if it is a comment on the difference in the personas I project via the Internet and via my public life (speaking about those those I don’t generally care for). Read the rest of this entry »


The small guy

14 January 2009

I’m one of those people who silently watches Wikipedia and thinks, will there come an opportunity for the guy, as with the beginnings of Wikipedia, who could pass through the requests for adminship process with only the barest of “counts”: 1k edits and a head on his shoulders? I think of myself as such a person (always have!), and wonder if this is worth broaching there. I watch the conversation on the talk page, which has consistently said for the past few months that “we should relax our standards”, or that “we should push to change the community”, and I still silently wonder if it will take someone who is bold enough to risk being snowed oppose, or not nowed in order to see what the real participants think.


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