Posts Tagged ‘ friends ’

FACEBOOK CHINA LEADS THE WAY!

October 15, 2013
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FACEBOOK CHINA LEADS THE WAY!

Just last month, China announced that residents living within a 17-mile radius of Shanghai would be permitted to participate in the same mindless posting enjoyed by the rest of the free world.  Today our friends…

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Twitter Rules: Friends and Followers

August 13, 2013
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Twitter Rules:  Friends and Followers

  Let me preface this post by saying that in the past three years, I have met some wonderful people on Twitter. In fact, some of these people I count among my closest friends. However,…

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The NSA Called To Tell Me…

June 12, 2013
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Now that we know the NSA has been listening in on our cell phone conversations, it seems they no longer feel the need to keep their presence a secret. As a matter of fact, they…

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When The Right Number Is The Wrong Number (An L.A. Noir)

February 5, 2013
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Los Angeles: The City of Angels. The land of sun, palm trees and broken dreams. The land of Botox and silicone and really great tacos and hamburgers. I had moved back here recently and was…

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Facebook Envy – A Social Scourge

January 25, 2013
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Facebook Envy – A Social Scourge

So, you thought that your friends would be thrilled to see your family vacation photos or that brand new house you just bought.  Well, you are wrong.  Your friends hate you more and more each…

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Things I Probably Shouldn’t Have Said

April 5, 2012
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You ever have one of those days?  You know, the kind I mean where you open your mouth, and the words come spewing forth before your brain checks in.  We embarrass ourselves and suddenly it’s…

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Kirk Cameron, Homosexuality, Gay Marriage & Veal

March 15, 2012
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Recently, Kirk Cameron said he thinks homosexuality is unnatural. I have to admit this came as quite a surprise. Despite appearances to the contrary, I honestly thought all of the Seaver kids—and not just Carol—were…

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How the Mayans Screwed up Our 2012 Calendar Marking the End of Time

February 24, 2012
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Because so many people were prepared for Y2K, but nothing happened, we were all a bit skeptical about all the other doomsayers who pinpointed the end of times to be this day or that day…

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What My Family is Thankful For

November 22, 2011
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What My Family is Thankful For

On Thanksgiving, we stop and reflect on all we are grateful for: I am grateful for my family and friends who make my life worth living. My family and friends are  grateful for the fact…

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I’ll Have What She’s Having

September 7, 2011
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I’ll Have What She’s Having

  restaurants in kitchener waterloo © by arabesque cafe I have a psychological disorder. Many of my friends have speculated this for years. And in my defense, they were presumptuous. I’ve checked the “Diagnostic and…

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