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Enduring philosophies and favorite quotes

Real love is hard work. You have to decide if you want it in your story—or… if you’d rather just stay in the dream.

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Playlist pieces

You’ve come far and though you’re far from the end,
you don’t mind where you are, cuz you know where you’ve been.

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if I could stay away, I would..
I’m back to the place where love once stood..

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02 April 2008 Wednesday

DailyKos discussing the purchase of Antioch College

slated in mainstream at 5:12 pm

Posted yesterday: Can we kossacks buy a College? Update

This sounds like April fools but it’s not. today Ella H posted this http://www.dailykos.com/… about the sale of Antioch college. I am proposing that we, as kossacks, buy it! …

According to a comment below, the college is not actually for sale, but the current admins are trying actively to kill it so the assets can be sold. Accckkk!

DailyKos has always been a great community — a great site even before it was a full community — so it’s nice to see some attention there on this subject. Some good comments and a bit of background information on the situation of Antioch College and its destruction threatened by the University system it founded, so I won’t go into additional explanation here. It’s a pretty confusing situation, but the bottom line is that Antioch College should be saved, and the University system has not offered any reassurance that they are interested in the well-being and sustainability of the College as the bastion of liberal arts education that it has been for over 150 years.

*edit: I think tsanford put this very well, referring to the article in the Chronicle

the state of Trustees: they have taken on the role of a Board of Directors and seek to cut the educational model to keep institutions afloat rather than fulfill their duty to raise some money.

31 March 2008 Monday

/. Study Shows Males Commonly Mistake Sexual Intent

slated in mused, mainstream at 6:54 am

Sent by a friend

Study Shows Males Commonly Mistake Sexual Intent
seattle-pk writes “Males are apparently clueless when it comes to interpreting sexual intent from females…. If you’re a male who ever mistook the meaning of a barista’s smile, looks like you’re not alone.”

The news is not new. Guys misinterpret; girls are vague/confusing.
But.. sometimes a girl is not vague, and the guy does not misinterpret.

03 November 2007 Saturday

Antioch lives.

slated in mainstream at 9:09 pm

bloch- pleasure to see you here… inform you that day before yesterday AB approved agreement in priincoiple betwwen AB and trustees.. yesterday late, trustees approved agreement in principle.. passed resoultion rescinding suspension of operations at antioch.

liveblogged

announcements posted at antiochians.org, antioch-college.edu

18 September 2007 Tuesday

Baby tries Lemon

slated in mainstream at 10:40 pm


via collegehumor

also see:
could you have more fun?
and
apparently you can

10 September 2007 Monday

Common Sense

slated in mainstream at 10:32 pm

I received this in my email today

————— Forwarded message —————
London Times Obituary of the late Mr. Common Sense – Thursday, 15 Feb. 2007

Today we mourn the passing of a beloved old friend, Common Sense, who has been with us for many years.

No one knows for sure how old he was, since his birth records were long ago lost in bureaucratic red tape. He will be remembered as having cultivated such valuable lessons as:

Knowing when to come in out of the rain; why the early bird gets the worm; Life isn’t always fair; and maybe it was my fault.

Common Sense lived by simple, sound financial policies (don’t spend more than you can earn) and reliable strategies (adults, not children, are in charge).

His health began to deteriorate rapidly when well-intentioned but overbearing regulations were set in place. Reports of a 6-year-old boy charged with sexual harassment for kissing a classmate; teens suspended from school for using mouthwash after lunch; and a teacher fired for reprimanding an unruly student, only worsened his condition.

19 July 2007 Thursday

Ramen Noodle Bath

slated in mainstream at 4:47 pm

Yum. Japanese-people-soup.

13 July 2007 Friday

Babel

slated in mainstream at 4:47 am

When I first saw the preview for it in a movie theater, without having ever heard anything of it, the simple portrayal of the movie made me think “Tower of Babel”, and the end of the preview revealed that the movie was in fact called Babel. Have not heard/read reviews of it, beyond a general impression that it is a good movie.

Finally saw it this week.

12 July 2007 Thursday

This pig year

slated in mainstream at 12:22 am

All things that occur this year can be looked on as closing or final conclusions in some way. An auspicious year to complete projects, bring projects to fruition or arrive safely after completing a long life journey.

11 July 2007 Wednesday

Harry Potter movie

slated in mainstream at 9:19 pm

Saw Order of the Phoenix last night..
Watching something like that is actually quite a trip… I’d forgotten that there might be anything more to it than really long lines.
There’s really really long lines really early before the movie, and there’s the extra-dorkiness status you garner by association with others in the line dressed as a Firebolt (yes, the broom), as Death Eaters, as Harry Potter, tons of random t-shirts saying things like “Severus is my slave/Severus is my master”, and countless girls with lightning bolts drawn on their foreheads with eye-liner. I may never be cool again. ;)

"Chairman of the Soared"

slated in mainstream at 11:54 am

writing tomorrow.

meanwhile, how cool is this:

Last weekend, Kent Couch settled down in his lawn chair with some snacks — and a parachute. Attached to his lawn chair were 105 large helium balloons.

http://www.citynews.ca/news/features_12726.aspx
http://www.cnn.com/2007/US/07/10/flying.lawn.chair.ap
http://www.newwest.net/index.php/city/article/bend_man_flies_across_oregon_in_a_lawn_chair/C509/L509

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