Monthly Archives: April 2009

Discovery

I’m realizing that my reticence to write anything fully identifiable about myself in this blog is also tying my hands in terms of writing things worth reading. Coming off like some emo teenager. Sorry about that. Just saying that I’m … Continue reading

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Disconnect

In the first post to this blog, I described how my strong connection to my family kept me alive during a bad period about ten years ago. Recently, that connection is slipping. Well, perhaps “recently” is not the right word. … Continue reading

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Neverwas

Few modern analysts dispute the historical and modern relevance of regret sales; rather, it is the lifestyle and practices of the actual regret salesman that raises issues. Regrets, naturally, come in various flavors and qualities, the best by far always … Continue reading

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Inertia

In response to a concerned commenter, the answer is, “Yes, I’m still here.” ┬áStill alive. Sometimes I get the strong sense that the only thing that has kept me going all these years is inertia. Putting it another way, I’m … Continue reading

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