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June 29th, 2009
Hi

Two syllables, and a single word. And simple ice breaker this word can/could be. If said with the appropriate emotion. But sometimes, it is not. 

Then the word instead becomes and excuse and not an opening for conversation. Sometimes we are so caught up in our own world or problems and issues, its often very difficult to me polite, to just state a simple hello.

I could be a great intro to a guy you may like, but I guess the next concept would be what to say afterwards.

I don't know I think its very interesting. Umm.
 

May 8th, 2009
Hello Swine Flu. Too bad we've found out that you're not nearly the big old threat we were first led to believe. Of course, Mexico needed something extra to go along with the drug gang shooting to keep us out.

24 hour news channels had a field day with you. They tried to skew the numbers as best they could. The only way you'll get back into the news now is if you decide to mutate. Otherwise, you'll have frightened everyone for no good reason from bacon, ham and pork chops.

Adios Swine Flu, it was nice while it lasted.

May 8th, 2009
Hello Swine Flu. Too bad we've found out that you're not nearly the big old threat we were first led to believe. Of course, Mexico needed something extra to go along with the drug gang shooting to keep us out.

24 hour news channels had a field day with you. They tried to skew the numbers as best they could. The only way you'll get back into the news now is if you decide to mutate. Otherwise, you'll have frightened everyone for no good reason from bacon, ham and pork chops.

Adios Swine Flu, it was nice while it lasted.

February 3rd, 2007
I'm a mild case of a wikipediac. Yes, I've just coined the term, but it seems quite appropriate. A wikipediac is basically a Wikipedia junkie who falls for all these links and ends up reading about subjects completely removed from the original query. I can go without Wikipedia for days, but when I start browsing you could make a scarf if you put next to one another all the tabs I have open in my browser.
Thinking about it makes me wonder why no one gets so hooked on paper encyclopaedias. Is it because accessing the links is more cumbersome?



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