Monthly Archive: March 2010

Mar 30 2010

Hey, that’s my move!

Very early on in my relationship with Dr. Darling, while in the midst of, shall we say, a rather enthusiastic embrace, I playfully wrapped my right leg around her, too. It made her laugh, so I have continued to do it every once in awhile…usually when we're standing in the kitchen for some reason. And …

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Mar 28 2010

“Spring forward” SUX!

"Do you want to know what time it is, or what time your body thinks it is?" These are my now-standard first words to Dr. Darling the morning after all of Scandinavia goes on Daylight Savings Time, which Swedes…with remarkable little sense of sense of irony…call "summertime." And I know it's only an hour, but …

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Mar 25 2010

Venn diagram clarifies the Geek-Nerd-Dork-Dweeb continuum

And shows why I clearly fall squarely in the Geek quadrant.

Mar 22 2010

Evidently “close” counts in horseshoes, hand grenades and HCR

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219 Votes Bay-Bee!!! President Barack Obama, Vice President Joe Biden, and senior staff, react in the Roosevelt Room of the White House, as the House passes the health care reform bill, March 21, 2010. (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza.) My personal opinion is that the HCR Bill the President will sign tomorrow does …

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Mar 19 2010

Creating my own technical difficulties

I am a self-admitted social media junkie. The ever-evolving technology and the ways people and organizations are using it really fascinate me, and I love to test-drive new services. I was an early adopter of Twitter and use it daily to share links, info and interests with like-minded people around the world. And Facebook is …

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Mar 17 2010

St. Patrick obviously didn’t drive the snakes into Sweden

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It’s St. Patrick’s Day, but you wouldn’t know it in Sweden. Not that I expect my adopted country to observe *all* the holidays of my homeland, but this one seems tailor-made for a culture that even manages to convert the holiest of religious holidays into an excuse to party. So why hasn’t St. Paddy’s Day…the …

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Mar 11 2010

Simple chart: Gay partnership laws in the US

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