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Monthly Archive for October, 2008

This is DiBella’s

In the Holiday 2008 issue of Details, we learn — by way of writer Jeff Gordinier — that Keanu Reeves has a hankering for a good sandwich. The two gentlemen embark on interview-turned-quest that leads them on a forty-five minute drive from West Hollywood to Santa Monica in search of Bay Cities Italian Deli & […]

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A smart man keeps telling me that “healing takes time.” I’ve found this to be the case, especially since I suffered a back injury recently. It’s all cliche, but you really don’t miss things until they’re gone. In my case, you don’t miss having a functional and healthy spine until you don’t have the use […]

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Coming to a Town Near You

This is where I’ve been this past month. View Larger Map Lots of really neat experiences, meeting new people, seeing new and beautiful places. But I feel like I’ve been on tour this past month. 10/3 – Rochester, New York 10/10 – Upper Darby, Pennsylvania 10/11 – Hellertown, Pennsylvania 10/12 – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 10/18 – […]

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While my mother and I were driving south on the Capital Beltway (I-495) yesterday around 11:30, a tractor trailer rolled over into the median three miles north of Branch Avenue (MD-5). It happened right in front of our eyes. Traffic was light and the scene was very surreal. This isn’t something you see unfold in […]

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A Healthcare Concern

Scheduling an appointment with a health care provider is a large pain in the ass. I now know why I need to schedule recurring appointments with these providers whether or not I’ve got a specific malady that needs to be addressed. Whether it’s a physician or dentist or any other specialist, it’s got to be […]

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Some Big Changes at Work

I’m quitting my job. I’ve had this unwritten rule that I don’t blog about work, but it was mostly due to the technical nature of it and the fact that I don’t want to write about work when I get home. But the following is more about how this change is affecting me and less […]

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The Road to Rochester

Staying in the same place for months, it’s easy to forget how beautiful this county is. Driving up 83N through northern Maryland and up 15N through Pennsylvania and New York this time of year is a rich and colorful experience. The leaves are turning and there’s a great mixture of green, red, orange, and yellow […]

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Building Steam With a Grain of Salt

A few years ago a good friend’s younger brother was included on a biking video. Lots of sweet riders on there, but there was a guy doing flatland tricks in sync to DJ Shadow’s Building Steam with a Grain of Salt. Other than the fact that the rider’s actions was sync’d to the tune (which […]

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