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Archive for May, 2009

Angels & Demons

Saw it last night. Disappointed.

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Eating the pizzadilla I made for her today, Leyna originated, “It’s so, so good, by [the] way!”

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She opens the fridge while I’m cooking and I ask her, “What are you looking for?” Leyna replies, “Food, of course.” Uh oh.

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Watching The Holiday today, which is a movie I really like to watch, Jack Black introduced his girlfriend thusly: “This is my Maggie.” I thought that was the warmest, most lovely introduction.

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Moved!

Moved to Dunedin this weekend, both days. Had tons of help from friends and family. Dig the new place. Neighborhood is okay but not great. Last night was the second night I’ve slept here.

Called Tropicana Storage U-Haul dealer this morning at about 8:22 about the truck we dropped off last night. “Jeff” told me everything processed perfectly, no money due them nor me. Perfect.

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Kindle

Last night my wife told me she found a gift for me. Expensive but she’d eventually get it for me. Did I want to know what it was? A Kindle. How’d she know what a Kindle was? In one of her magazines. She even knew that this was the second version. (The article was surely printed before the very recent DX — large screen version — release, which I read about on Amazon.com yesterday.) Nice.

I’ll try the Kindle books on my iPod touch (and eventually the next iPhone I buy) to see if that’s an acceptable (and already paid for and smaller) device for me to use for them than the Kindle.

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I’m not inclined to call them eBooks. Well, only a little.

Today a link from a Ramit Sethi (iwilteachyoutoberich.com) newsletter sent me to a Newsweek article on survival by the author of a book I was already interested in, The Survivors Club: The Secrets and Science that Could Save Your Life.

It was 14 bucks. So I decided to buy the Kindle version (for my iPod touch 8GB second gen) for $7.19 instead. That makes this my first Kindle book.

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