PerlBlog Days Category

Posts from the days when I had my own PerlBlog – very early blogging material.

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Mar 11 | Don’t leave home

If the Corrs are sensational, Dido is phenomenal.. that’s what I say. I don’t know why I’m so hooked onto her songs, but my latest fav is ‘Don’t Leave Home’.. ‘kay, the lyrics aren’t exceptional, but the song… quite something. Anyways, sorry to keep you all bored and disappointed that I haven’t posted in a […]

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Mar 5 | Mr. A and Ms. B

This is a true story. Rather, it is the true tale of two people whose existence and knowledge of each other was entirely coincidental. Indeed, under all circumstances the two would have never met, and indeed, they never have, which is part of the mystery. It all began one day in New York, when Mr. […]

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Mar 4 | Apathy and indifference

I hate indifference. Those people who don’t seem to care about anything you say, just because you’re not one of ‘them’ or you’re not in the fad and all. It’s degrading. It’s like “Oh, it’s him again. Maybe I’ll make it seem as though he’s talking to himself and ignore him.” Some people can really […]

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Mar 1 | Browser hunt and comparisons

I’m out on a browser hunt, personally downloading and checking each of the following browsers for accessability and user-friendliness. I won’t add a description of Internet Explorer because most of you out there are reading this site with it. Among the surprisingly good browsers are Firefox 0.8 from Mozilla and Opera, and I’ve classified this […]

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Feb 29 | The Growing Crisis: Dog Doo on the Streets of Paris

PARIS- It isn’t everyday that you step on brown dog refuse on the streets of New York, London, or Tokyo… but in Paris, that’s certainly an entirely different matter. Those brown (or black) mounds litter the streets in such unpredictable places that one living in Paris inevitably becomes a trapeeze artist of the foot, able […]

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Feb 27 | Ambrose Pierce’s The Devil’s Dictionary

freedom n. Exemption from the stress of authority in a beggarly half dozen of restraint’s infinite multitude of methods. A political condition that every nation supposes itself to enjoy in virtual monopoly. Liberty. The distinction between freedom and liberty is not accurately known; naturalists have never been able to find a living specimen of either. […]

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Feb 26 | dear mackie

i feel so inconsequential compared to my good friend mackie… cause i dont write deep stuff.. its hard to get inspired.. thats why she oughta become a writer!

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Feb 24 | Trip to London

just came back an hour ago from a four-day trip to london… it was great! saturday we left at around 9, took the Eurostar to waterloo and got there around midday, and in the afternoon i ‘treckked’ a mile or two north to Wharf street, where there was the Yoko Ono Odyssey of a Cockroach. […]

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Feb 19 | Little frustrations

why can’t there be ppl to help when its reallly needed? (yeah yeah i kno, im not superman or anything, but still, understand this) like the article in IHT the other day.. about a schoolgirl who was forced to move to the south of france because she was picked on as a ‘dirty Jew’ and […]

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Feb 17 | Mutterings from Bois de Boulogne

I went to Bois de Boulogne today (yes, I have two weeks vacation, and yes, I’m spending all of it working on my hw).. and I guess its nice to get away from civilisation once in a while.. theres a small “niche” that I’ve found that I always like to go to, to think and […]

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