Pesky Chimeras

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The post for today’s The Inevitable Coffee Ring was more out there than it actually ended up. Which I’m fine with. That’s what happens when you think writing and passages through, which has been… Continue reading

One for the Books

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The first two choices of songs by This Will Destroy You were “Threads” and “They Move On Tracks of Never-Ending Light,” but it cannot be remembered or quickly found, which one was used… Continue reading

No, This Wasn’t About A Wedding

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My recent post with Syracuse New Times is entitled “A Wedding.” After you read it, passing by the wedding references, it’s essentially not about a wedding. Why did I do this? Dupe readers into… Continue reading

Stepping Back in a Little Bit

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The first part of the experiment explained in my post two days ago was probably a flop, but it doesn’t bother me. The second part today, which is taking the place of the… Continue reading

Stepping Out, Away

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There are a handful of posts about my wanting to see the movie Beginners, which stars Ewan McGregor and Christopher Plummer and Melanie Laurent. I got to finally see it, and the movie is… Continue reading

Smacking Some Balls Around

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In today’s Espresso Shot at the Syracuse New Times, it gets a little zany. Aside a small scoop of growing up in Syracuse suburbia, references to pop culture and books plague the post. Talk… Continue reading

A-Game, B-Game

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It’s funny getting blatantly hit on. This post is a segue from a few posts ago. It’s only funny, because I’ve been so oblivious to it ever happening before. When your interest lies with… Continue reading

Motel, Hotel, Holiday Inn

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The Hotel Syracuse. That was my improptu inspiration. My fascination with hotels and old architecture. My fascination with the unknown, stories and history that could not be experienced. From there, I branched the… Continue reading

A Little Bit of Ink

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As usual, I’ve been picking up and thumbing through the E. E. Cummings collection of poetry as usual, taking time and appreciation with it. Of course, a few of them give a metaphorical slap… Continue reading