Monthly Archives: May 2012

Riding in the tracks of Pirsig’s Zen

“In a car you’re always in a compartment, and because you’re used to it you don’t realize that through that car window everything you see is just more TV. You’re a passive observer, and it is all moving by you … Continue reading

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Doggy paddling in the waves of time

“Everything remains unsettled forever, depend on it” ~ Henry Miller Occasionally I let my guard down. I stop making plans, suspend networking, and pause projects. I simply enjoy life and doggy paddle in the waves of time, assured that life … Continue reading

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Reporter drops new Harley on live TV – ‘It really isn’t as easy as it looks’

I’ve seen this happen several times. All it takes is a few seconds of not thinking about what you’re doing, particularly if you’re on an unfamiliar bike. Things could have gone a lot worse for Berzinski. VIDEO: Reporter lays down new … Continue reading

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The Ride is coming

It finally happened. My father lost his part-time job last night when he simply walked off during his shift. It didn’t happen because he hates the job or because he’s got a bad boss. It happened because the dementia of … Continue reading

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