Open Letter to My Teachers

Posted Oct 25 2010

Whan that Aprill with his shoures sooteThe droghte of March hath perced to the roote Is are was were am be beenHas have had Do does didMay might must can couldWill would shall should In Flanders Fields the poppies blowBetween the crosses, row on rowThat mark our place; and in the sky The larks, still […]

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That Time of Year

Posted Oct 18 2010

Yesterday, a notation on the grocery list reminded me that it’s that time of year again: the Great American Blubberbutt Fest. GABF, for those of you unfamiliar with this holiday, begins in October with Halloween candy and doesn’t finally wind down until the last New Year’s Eve cocktails–and cocktail weenies–are tossed back. Think of it […]

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The Homework Ate My Blog

Posted Oct 11 2010

I’m taking a class (Intro to Object-Oriented Programming, if you’re interested) and I had to prioritize doing homework over blogging this week.

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Another Rule

Posted Oct 7 2010

Leaving negative comments about people on Facebook is like picking your nose while you’re driving. It may feel private, but people can see you.

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Worst Ad Copy EVER

Posted Oct 4 2010

My friend, Nicole, who, in addition to being one of the world’s best critique partners, has a marketing and copywriting business called Keylocke Services (www.keylocke.com) sent me this ad copy (NOT her copy, mind you) she saw for a groupon: Like a potato, if the human body is not properly mashed and moisturized, it will […]

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