Tag Archives: thoughts

Double-Click the Lab Rat

I have to remind myself upon occasion that being at the computer does not necessarily mean I’m also being effective. I’ve had this uncomfortable realization lately that after a certain amount of time that really, I’ve just become a lab rat, pressing a … Continue reading

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Who was that masked man?

Whew! Is he gone? I didn’t want to say anything bad about 2008 while he was still in the room, but like, WOAH! Where did that year COME from? AND a leap year to boot so we got to enjoy his company … Continue reading

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A Year in Bjournalling

So, my bjournal anniversary was on the 27th. (For those of you just joining us, I don’t like the word blog and have chosen to replace it in my universe with the word bjournal, much nicer don’t you think?) I have … Continue reading

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Winter Solstice Philosophy

Someone got directed to my site using “winter solstice philosophy” as their search string. Sometimes I’m baffled by what Google thinks I have answers to. But, Google, since you’ve put your faith in me, I gave it a little bit of thought. … Continue reading

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Thought for the day

I think it’s time to switch the signs advertising gas prices to a ticker model rather than the customary static signage. Wouldn’t that be more fun? I’ve noticed in recent months that every time I drive by a gas station that it’s … Continue reading

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We think so you don’t have to

I have been so irritated by these ongoing series of London Drugs commercials that I feel I must say something. First, to get you all up to speed, one of the offending commercials:     To be fair to the … Continue reading

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Things I wonder about…

If we have a collective unconscious is it also possible that we’re an unconscious collective?

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Perception and Reality

There is an art, it says, or rather, a knack to flying. The knack lies in learning how to throw yourself at the ground and miss. ~ Douglas Adams, The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy. Just another little brain twister … Continue reading

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I’m being Goggled

Earlier this week, a friend emailed me to say “I’m having trouble Goggling you” which I thought was an hilarious typo. Turns out it was just a precursor of things to come. Back in June I wrote a post about muppets representing … Continue reading

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When phrases de-volve

When did Thinking outside of the box become Thinking out of the box ??? I’m just saying that those two statements mean very different things. One’s a paradigm shift and the other’s pre-fab thinking. One is invention and cracking the cosmic egg. The other is … Continue reading

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