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Wednesday, April 19, 2006

The Slow, Slow Drive to Work

Heading into work today, while I composed a few thousand words of something will probably never actually get written, I realized that, in a purely functional sense, I only average something like 18 miles per hour during the drive. On a good day, I might see something close to 30 mph, but on a bad day it drops to between 8 and 10 mph.

Not terribly important in the way that this is, but still pretty freakin’ important to me.

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Your linking to that goofy post proves nothing except that you are too kind.  Thanks again.

If I had any plans to be in Kentucky, I’d definitely pay for the drinks.  Any plans to be north of there?

on Apr 20 2006 @ 06:23 PM

Actually, it was entirely self-serving. I really liked that first post of mine that you had linked. It’s nice to be reminded that I’ve written things that, a few years later, I can still enjoy.

A little while back the third anniversary of the site was coming up. I started going back through what I’d written and I suddenly realized why I’m not one of the big names in blogging. There were things here and there that I was still glad that I’d written, but they were well out-numbered by stuff that made me roll my eyes.

I’m actually going to Kentucky for business (a coal show in Lexington). Depending on whether I can afford to take a few days off after the show, I might drive north. The dates for the show (and the trip to Keeneland) are still floating right now. By next week, I should know more.

on Apr 20 2006 @ 06:31 PM

Here I sit listening to Hellbound by Jerry Cantrell, as recommended (album, not song) by Zombyboy, and I now think that David is both too kind and too modest.

I hope that you’ll post (or email) your travel plans.  I’d be very happy to buy you a drink.  I’ll be out west this July, but I don’t think I’ll make it to Colorado this time.  I still hope to make one of your blogger-bashes yet, though.

on Apr 20 2006 @ 08:50 PM
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