Reflections

Slug

August 3, 2006

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If you look up the word slug in Wikipedia, there’s probably a good definition for these tasty little creatures. I’m not giving you the specific definition here because I am the personification of the word slug. From memory – or just plain genius – I think I can recall the […]
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Buggin

July 9, 2006

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Aside from keeping us indoors for the greater part of the spring, the rains have created a fantastic breeding ground for mosquitoes. This has affected me in ways I impart here with as much fervor as I can muster. INSECTS BLOW! Oh my goodness. There are bugs everywhere and they […]
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Inane rambling

July 4, 2006

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The subhead at the top of the page says just that – inane rambling. Well, that’s what today’s episode is all about and I don’t give a rat’s ear if a;hgajkgh;lqtajreoihjkatie;ajgpahgbajkfbhk or her sister euroieuwrtpoiuqrtgureoimollyaqprourfseiuhvkbfh whine about it. 1. If you kill someone in a dream, you can’t help but […]
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Blog-fading

June 30, 2006

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Criminy. There’s no way I’m putting Bowl of Cheese to bed without some effort – and by ‘to bed’ I mean out to pasture. Nope, the four readers of BOC are dedicated and good-looking, so I’ll soldier on. If you haven’t read the latest column by me, then enjoy. I […]
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Blog notes

June 26, 2006

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Frank and Nic and others have commented on the slow refresh rates of the Bowl of Cheese blog. That‚Äôs not their imagination, it‚Äôs the consequence of an overburdened staff of writers here at Novel Ideas. You see, when there are paying clients ‚Äì like Gulf Oil, Tweeter, Brookstone, Hasbro, Fidelity, […]
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Heated debate

June 20, 2006

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On Father‚Äôs Day (and tonight too) I was responsible for installing air conditioners. It‚Äôs not that I‚Äôve suddenly taken some correspondence courses from ITT Tech or that I like to test my back without any prior stretching or toning exercises, it‚Äôs that my brother had a new baby a few […]
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