| There is alot going on in my life these days, and my dreams
have been especially jumbled. Last night I dreamt I was in a parking lot
when, on the horizon I saw the city skyline ripped apart by a nuclear explosion.
Anyway, I haven’t had the doomsday dream in almost 20 years and wonder
Of course, things in dreams are rarely what them seem at first glance. It could symbolize a GOOD kind of nuclear destruction.
Archive for October 3rd, 2003
I especially like the "Rule
But I question whether linking is an obligatory feature of anything that
Are links really essential in EVERY blog?
First, on the football front, it took the guy all of three weeks
A possible explanation is offered by that bastion of American journalistic
For its story about the drug investigation, the Enquirer had interviewed
Rush Limbaugh a pill-popping pain-killer junkie? Who knew? I am forced
from the Boston Globe
|Surveys show Lieberman trailing John Edwards of North
Carolina in South Carolina. Interviews with Democratic leaders in Feb.
3 states revealed deep doubts about Lieberman’s chances, with party activists
saying Democrats are more captivated by Howard
Dean’s surge and General Wesley K. Clark’s emergence.
God, I am so tired the fillings in my teeth ache, and BloggerCon doesn’t even start until tomorrow night. I know I will somehow make it through the next 72 hours, although it all seems somewhat dubious right now.
I am scheduled to operate a boom mike for all four sessions Saturday, following Dave’s subtle signals as to where and when to stick the thing, keeping a firm grip at all times (“People WILL try to grab the mike from you”), and then deliver my Beginners Session tutorial three times myself on Sunday. I sure hope I can hold up, especially with all the drinking and schmoozing between sessions and the coming and going each day, because I know Dave and the gang are counting on me, and I don’t want to miss any of the fun.
We even had the first hint of controversy at the final Thursday night planning session tonight. The discussion grew quite heated and two people actually walked out. In 25 years of going to English teachers conferences I’ve NEVER seen anybody walk out. And this was just a planning session! If this is a taste of what blogger or gearhead conferences are like (neither of which I have ever experienced before) it should be quite a show!
The Wonderful Wendy K. even solved my biggest problem – finding a computer to use during my presentations. She is incredible.
Gotta get some sleep. Might not have too many chances in the next few days.