Monthly Archives: November 2012

Music and Marketing

I was listening to Pandora tonight when this song came on: Not that rendition of it. Some sort of dubstep remix or something. But I was overwhelmed with the urge to purchase diamonds. Despite the fact that I am very … Continue reading

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TusCon Wrap Up

It took me longer to recover from TusCon than I thought it would. That’s okay. Some day life will intervene, and I won’t be posting at all for a while, and if my posting is regular now then it’ll make … Continue reading

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TusCon: Day 2

Day two of TusCon 39 was just as satisfying as day one, and slightly more monetarily profitable. There were many costumes that I still failed to get decent pictures of. There were many Tom Baker scarves worn independently from any … Continue reading

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TusCon: Day One

It’s late, I’m exhausted, but I had a blast at the first day of TusCon39. I spoke with so many kind, intelligent, awesome people this afternoon. I met Steve Martindale, who, according to himself and Wikipedia, invented the term “technomancy.” … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Animal Companionship

As promised, I consumed a good deal of alcohol last night. This isn’t a political website, so I won’t go into which races I drank to celebrate, and which I drank to forget. I spent most of today recovering, working … Continue reading

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Four Days ’til TusCon

It’s Monday night, November 5th. That means: There are fewer than nine hours before the polls open here in Arizona There are fewer than twenty-two hours before the polls close here in Arizona This time tomorrow night I’ll most likely … Continue reading

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From Window Rock, With Love

My job takes me to places far flung across northern Arizona. From Flagstaff, to Williams, to Tuba City, Kayenta, Chinle, Second Mesa, and Window Rock: the capitol of the Navajo Nation. I drive past some spectacular country, and some abject … Continue reading

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My Dogs Are Defective

My dogs enjoy barking. Really. Dog walking buy? They want to make their presence known. People down the street coming home late at night? They want to make sure our house is safe. Invisible raccoon? Woof woof woof. Trick or … Continue reading

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