Thursday, August 10, 2006

I told an old friend, in his youth a conscientious objector, that I was glad to see lamont over lieberman. I was surprised with his reply, knocking lamont's "ethics" (I assume the ethics of his investments) and citing his preference for lieberman, something about "we just can't pull out." Why can't we learn from history? If lieberman's independent race means a republican victory, who will care about whether or not lamont has haliburton stock?

Saturday, July 08, 2006

thinking about time:
average week:
work: 65
exercise: 5
sleep: 45
house projects: 8
meals: 5
reading: 3
commute: 5
church: 4
family talk, call, e-mail: 2
shopping: 2
computer stuff: 1
subtotal: 145
leftover: 23
so much for self-awareness and personal priorities
maybe I'll keep a daily log
I'd like to spend more time with less self-oriented stuff.
too much junk, too much stuff, too much time spent buying, finding a place to store, fixing, rarely using all this junk.

Sunday, March 05, 2006

cleaned desk today. yoga continues to help back and knee. running and bicycling help endurance. Best way to find time to run is to get up early, like around 5 or 530. I've always thought of myself as a morning person. but 5?

Saturday, March 04, 2006

Blog day one. I heard that there is a new blog created every 2 seconds. 50,000,000 and growing.