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May 9, 2005

Funny...

Just saw this in the latest online edition of The Onion. All kidding aside, this is the sort of thing we want everyone to start realizing. Commutes need to be livened up all over this fair nation. Too many people are bored every day on our highways.

 

May 5, 2005

Author Pages are Going Up Like Crazy!

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What can I tell you, I've been inspired. I'm creating these author pages at a regular clip now and it's getting addictive. I'm probably going to cut back a bit to tend to other things as the weekend rolls around, but I wanted to make mention of the latest author page I made for Napoleon Hill tonight. He's the writer of what is probably the most famous self-help book ever "Think and Grow Rich". On a related note, I'm still deciding on what my relationship is with money right now. There's obviously always a need for it on a practical level, but I also tend to think of it as more of a means towards a goal rather than a goal in and of itself. Does that make sense? Whoa, went off on a tangent there. Anyway, I think the Napoleon page is looking pretty good there. Tell me what you think.

 

May 4, 2005

Dr. Phil McGraw

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I just finished a page for one of those guys you hear about, but never take real notice of except for on TV every once in awhile. I don't exactly know why Dr. Phil hasn't hit my radar, but he is a big thing for many people and it looks as if he's been a big help to them. Maybe I'll have to give him a futher look in the future. He's sort of physically imposing, I don't know if I'd be able to be very forthright with him on a sofa. He's sort of pushy from what I can tell based on one, admittedly distracted viewing of 10 minutes from his TV Show. All kidding aside, I welcome your comments on the author page.

 

May 2, 2005

Leo Buscaglia

Man. I remember The Fall of Freddie the Leaf from when I was a young kid. It was the perfect formative way to learn about death. I'm not a parent yet, but I know that will be one of the first books I read to my son or daughter. For sure. I forgot how much that book meant to me. Anyway, just wanted to make note that I've created a Leo Buscaglia page tonight. He's a real important writer to me personally and I hope you enjoy the information.