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 第7 シール29 comments
picture1 Apr 2006 @ 18:08, by uncleremus. Recreation, Fun
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 Hmm We Are The Corpse?17 comments
24 Mar 2006 @ 16:00, by swanny. Recreation, Fun
March 24, 2006
9:00 AM Mst

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 Blue Mesa9 comments
picture12 Mar 2006 @ 21:22, by koravya. Recreation, Fun
Notes on the road
from a drivearound.  More >

picture31 Jan 2006 @ 11:45, by ashanti. Recreation, Fun
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 Ten Things
29 Jan 2006 @ 13:52, by jmarc. Recreation, Fun
Here are ten Things you may not know about me. Aint sharing fun?  More >

 The MP3 Blog mines
picture 6 Jan 2006 @ 18:35, by jmarc. Recreation, Fun
"...Pull down the blinds,
bring fiddle and clarionet
That there be no foot silent in the room Nor mouth from kissing,
nor from wine unwet;
Our Father Rosicross is in his tomb...."
-W.B. Yeats
"The Mountain Tomb"
I've been poking around
down in the MP3 blog mines,
picking out the good bits,
the strange bits,
and throwing them on
.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.the conveyor belt of the interweb,
in the hopes of
making obscure sounds
accessible to the masses
and myself.
Consider this
a record
of my day's pickings.

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 A New Year reflection13 comments
picture 31 Dec 2005 @ 14:57, by silviamar. Recreation, Fun
Today is the last day of 2005. To me, like to many others, it's a wonderful time to reflect about how this year has been, and what I do expect for the next one. We're usually too busy living our routine (working, taking care of our families, enjoying our hobbies...) that we don't have time to stop and center ourselves. Today it's a great day for centering! What flavour has this year left in us? Positive, hard, normal, unforgettable? What have we received and what have we given? What do we expect for 2006? And regarding what we're expecting... is this thing or event necessary for us to live with more joy, or is it only an artificial veil to cover what we really need?  More >

 A fiesta for our elders7 comments
picture 3 Dec 2005 @ 23:02, by silviamar. Recreation, Fun
Today we've celebrated a day for our elders. Families reunited together to honour those who are in this world since so many years. While our beloved elders are still with us, we're on time to show them our love, and this fiesta was a beautiful present of love for them.

My grandmother Carmen, who is 93, enjoyed the fiesta very much. She's one of the most wonderful people I know. When she embraces me I feel myself at home, completely safe in a sacred place where nothing bad can happen. I don't know how long she's going to stay with us, but what I do know is that I want to enjoy this time with her as much as I can.  More >

 The Morning News?18 comments
3 Oct 2005 @ 11:00, by swanny. Recreation, Fun
Are we just a bunch of gutless mixed up kids,
or are we mice?

Being Civilizied pretty much means you try
to hit the hole when you pee.  More >

 What to say?27 comments
2 Oct 2005 @ 19:08, by ming. Recreation, Fun
I'm tired of writing postings about how difficult it is to blog when I haven't done it a while, so I'll try to refrain from that.

In the meantime, my blog is still the command center for a bunch of Philippine treasure hunters, it seems. More than 30 comments a day on that one post. They seem to be busy. If they'd just give me a percentage of all the gold they seem to be close to digging up, I'd be fine.

Anyway, I've just been busy. And a bit more introverted, I suppose.

One thing that has happened since last post is that Google seems to want to give me a job. Which is sort of unexpected, and a bit ironic, after I had a bit of problem with one of my sites disappearing from Google recently. So, getting a job in the Google engineering department that handles that kind of thing would be intriguing. I don't know. A Google headhunter guy contacted me out of the blue, and they seemed to like my broad background. I'm going through their series of interviews and tests, etc, and we'll see what happens. I didn't really have in mind having a job job, but if it should be, then Google certainly wouldn't be the worst place to work. Except for that they don't exactly have an office in Toulouse. Dublin or Zürich are their EU locations. None of which are places I particularly was attracted to.

Otherwise life is pretty normal. My daughter Nadia started in first grade. CP, Cours Préparatoire, it is called here. She already knew most of the kids and speaks fluent French, so no problem there. My son Zachery has started in a new high school, geared towards civil engineering, which is 100km from here, so he stays there during the week, and comes back in the weekend. Which was a bit traumatic for him at first, but it seems it will work out well for him. My daughter Marie-Therese starts on the second year of her cooking school education this week.  More >

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