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Nerd Flirting (or The Top Twelve Pick-Up Lines for Geeks)

So, we all know that geeks and nerds are an awkward lot to begin with, but when you mix in hormones and feelings, things can get a bit sticky, and not in the good way. No, not even copious amounts

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Posted in Just nerding out

Friend Or Faux? (or The Unexpected House Guest)

So, my cable provider wants to be my friend. At least that’s what they seemed to be saying in a recent email that they sent me. Great, I could always use a new friend. Do you want to go out

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Posted in Word Nerd

Simile (or Love Is A Four Letter Word)

In response to the Weekly Writing Challenge: Easy As Pie from The Daily Post at WordPress.com Simile (A Poem by The Clueless Troubadour) Love is like a helium balloon Let it go and it flies away Hold it too close

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Posted in Insidious Inspiration

Filler

It’s been a crazy week with no time to write so I’ll just leave you with a few of these:

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Emissions Standards

Modern Etiquette for the Socially Challenged Part Two: Emissions Standards (or What’s Behind Door Number Two? Eww. Sorry.) There’s a time and a place for everything. The time is not after you have scarfed down that third bean burrito, and

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Posted in Things I know less about than I think

Going To The Movies (Or What Has It Gots In Its Pocketses, Precious)

So I haven’t been to an actual movie theatre in ages. I think the last movie I went out to see was Men in Black. The first one. Yeah, that long ago. It’s not that I don’t like going to

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Posted in Smile for the camera

Social Media and the Nature of Friendship (or Stop Poking Me, I Hardly Know You)

The big problem with living in an age where everyone is plugged into everyone else’s business is that everyone is plugged into everyone else’s business. So far there seem to be two competing models for the online experience. On the

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Posted in I'm Just Saying

Romance in the Modern Age (or Looking for Love in All the Wrong Places)

So break out the wine and the Barry White, it’s time to talk romance. No, this isn’t a discussion about smutty books, not that there’s anything wrong with that. I’m talking about connecting with real people here. There has been

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Posted in Best Of Verbatim Gibberish, Things I know less about than I think
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