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Tad’s Facebook Posts May 1 – 16

16 May 2013

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Tad’s Mood Today

If anyone can explain to me why the I.R.S. SHOULDN’T have been examining the statuses of organizations that want to be listed as social service but clearly engage in a lot of partisan politicking, I’ll buy that person an ice cream cone, and throw in the sprinkles. Because that seems to me to be exactly the I.R.S.’s job, whether such a group is right-leaning or left-leaning. Why is anyone even listening to this fatuous nonsense? Don’t we have real issues to deal with?

Great season for the Warriors, now over. They were beaten by a very good, very experienced team. Congrats to San Antonio. I’m really looking forward to next year, in a way I haven’t in a long time.

15 May 2013

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“Me!” says Al. “Me! I should have been in Weapon of Choice!”

Most great children’s literature is at some level disturbing to children, true or false?

14 May 2013

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13 May 2013

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12 May 2013

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I’m coming down with a cold. I say this not to suggest you can look forward to lots of updates from me about all my interesting symptoms, but rather to suggest that’s why you may not hear much from me tomorrow or the next day. Or, if I don’t just sleep, I may be incapable of any human activity more advanced than Facebookification, in which case I’ll be spewing the same nonsense here as usual, albeit with more implied germs.

11 May 2013

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Tad’s Mood Today

10 May 2013

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What an interesting day today. In the middle of a lot of work and running around I also was interviewed by Skype from Zagreb (in front of a room full of tired con-goers there) helped our daughter with her audition song for summer theater camp, and saw our son doing his best Cockney accent in The Mystery of Edwin Drood at his high school, then hung out with him and his theater friends a bit at a coffee shop afterward (It’s 1 am and I just got home). Now I’m trying to explain to the cat why laps and claws do not go together. My day has been full. No complaints.

9 May 2013

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Tad’s Mood Today

8 May 2013

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I love stuff.

When an eel bites your eye and then has one more try, thats a Moray.

When an eel bites your eye and then has one more try, that’s a Moray.

The jaws-within-jaws has become synonymous with Ridley Scott’s “Alien” but what was dreamed of in fiction is also found in real life. Moray eels have been found to utilize a second set of jaws (named pharyngeal jaws) to seize their prey – a feature unknown in any other vertebrates… http://www.nsf.gov/news/news_summ.jsp?cntn_id=109985

7 May 2013

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Tad’s Mood Today

Sometimes I am funny ha-ha. Other times, I am funny peculiar. I treasure this balance. Which is good, because it’s involuntary and irreversible.

6 May 2013

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Tad’s Mood Today

“You ladies get some sleep. I’ll keep that fox out of the henhouse, don’t you worry…”

If you could be a silent observer at one moment in all of earthly history, for a duration of about five minutes, and you could arrange it just by saying it, when would that five minutes be?

Feeling strange and prickly today. Physically, not so much emotionally. Fortunately for me, I think it’s the last thrash of the weird poison oak and jet lag combo. It’s made for a weird last week-plus. Like having a low-level fever for days and days. Anyway, I must get back to focusing on my three main projects.

5 May 2013

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News flash: I just accidentally sucked ranch dressing off a bass guitar pick. I will not be repeating the experiment.

Off to play music with the boys today. We’re rather old boys, but we’re sincere. And loud.

4 May 2013

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Tad’s Mood Today

I think any state that insists on teaching religious ideas in science classes should also have to give atheists and secular humanists and Satanists equal time preaching in that state’s churches.

My light-hitting Giants are making a habit out of walk-off home runs lately. Okay with me…!

3 May 2013

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2 May 2013

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Way to go, Warriors. Nearly killed me, but in the end it’s what’s in the W-L column that counts. We finally have a good team again.

First day I’ve felt halfway normal since Australia. I like this normality. I’d like to do it again tomorrow. I’m kind of compulsive that way.

1 May 2013

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Tad’s Mood Today

Amazing song — DeShannon co-wrote. Timeless and soulful.

Jackie DeShannon – Put A Little Love in Your Heart

rubber ducky

Comment unnecessary.

The world’s largest rubber duck—a conceptual artwork by Florentijn Hofman—has just arrived in Hong Kong.

Happy May Day. Happy Beltane! Solidarity with our green brothers and sisters!


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