Monthly Archives: July 2006

A heart without words

John Bunyan once said, “it is better to have a heart without words than words without a heart.” So in the past couple of weeks I have been without words and feeling a bit exasperated about all that I have … Continue reading

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Class of 1971

It was really great to reunite with the members of my high school class last night. Now that we are all 50+ we have mellowed a bit and it was an enjoyable evening. There were about 35 couples and some … Continue reading

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Premature praise

I was a bit hasty in my praise of Fedora Core 5. After downloading the updates which included a new kernel version, my Intel 2200 no longer functioned and after a number of starts and stops I’ve reverted to Centos … Continue reading

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Fedora Core

Curiousity killed the cat and satisfaction brought him back. I’m a curious cat and last night I decided to rebuild my laptop with Fedora Core 5. I downloaded the ISO with Azureus from Bittorrent. This morning and afternoon I’ve been … Continue reading

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Reunion

Tonight I’ll be reunited with many of my high school classmates. It’s our 35th class reunion. I’m looking forward to it. We graduated from high school in war time. Vietnam was grinding up human lives and nearly all of my … Continue reading

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Live boldly

Think differently. Dare to make a difference in the society around you. There are three kinds of people in this world: those who make things happen, those who watch things happen and those who wonder what happened. Live boldy and … Continue reading

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Yesterday

Yesterday was the 33rd anniversary of my father’s death. There were lots of memories and lots of things I wish that I’d have said to my Dad had I known the future. He was only 46 when he died. That … Continue reading

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