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Tobey

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joined on 10/22/03
last updated 11/21/07
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October 24, 2003
Tobey is one of the greatest, most loyal people I have ever known. Who else would make his ex-fiance's (me) wedding cake? He is the most culinarily talented person I have the pleasure (social and gastronomic) of knowing. He also has impeccible taste in music, politics and modes of transportation.
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As usual, Patti Smith says it best... (blog entry) Ain’t It Strange?

By PATTI SMITH
Published: March 12, 2007

ON a cold morning in 1955, walking to Sunday school, I was drawn to the voice of Little Richard wailing “Tutti Frutti” from the interior of a local boy’s makeshift clubhouse. So ... read more
blog entry posted Tue, March 13, 2007 - 12:40 AM permalink - 0 comments
odd correlations within the metaphysics of reality (blog entry) Invading Liechtenstein was admittedly a foolish thing to do, but at least the Swiss Army has shown it knows how to bring a failed military action to a happy conclusion. You just turn around and sneak back home as quickly and quietly as you can bef... read more
blog entry posted Sat, March 10, 2007 - 6:46 PM permalink - 0 comments
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Nature's Miracle - mix it yourself type
( services » household ) "Wicked awesome"
recommendation posted on Sun, January 22, 2006 - 1:56 PM
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I am a progressive. The right-wing media interests would have you believe that the country is conservative. But if you ask them how they feel about issues that are of importance to them, 60-80 % will respond progressively. Sure, they are looking out for their self-interest, but so am I. But this kind of self-interest is often bound to support the community at large. Go figure.
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Ain’t It Strange?

By PATTI SMITH
Published: March 12, 2007

ON a cold morning in 1955, walking to Sunday school, I was drawn to the voice of Little Richard wailing “Tutti Frutti” from the interior of a local boy’s makeshift clubhouse. So powerful was the connection that I let go of my mother’s hand.

Rock ’n’ roll. It drew me from my path to a sea of possibilities. It sheltered and shattered me, from the end of childhood through a painful adolescence. I had my first altercation wi... read more
Tue, March 13, 2007 - 12:40 AM permalink - 0 comments
 
Invading Liechtenstein was admittedly a foolish thing to do, but at least the Swiss Army has shown it knows how to bring a failed military action to a happy conclusion. You just turn around and sneak back home as quickly and quietly as you can before anybody notices.

By PETER STAMM (NYTimes, March 10, 2007)
Sat, March 10, 2007 - 6:46 PM permalink - 0 comments
 
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