Monthly Archives: April 2009

24 hours of Tweets

12:15 Blogcritics.org has a completely redesigned site & updated look! Just went live yesterday blogcritics.org/ # 15:31 RT @ACLULGBT New Hampshire: Marriage equality bill passes Senate, 13-11! The bill now heads to Governor Lynch. # Automatically shipped by LoudTwitter

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Hope you’re having a good time!

Happy Birthday, novelfriend!

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Memage

I haven’t done any quizzes or memes for a little while. The interesting thing about these two is that they’re pretty much on the mark.

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From a sermon I wrote for Beltane in 2005: The first few really warm days, when the air takes on just the right scent of fresh new leaves, the first time the air is so heavy with moisture you can … Continue reading

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24 hours of Tweets

15:11 My Blogcritics review of the “Midsomer Murders” DVD set is up. Man, I loved these! Couldn’t stop watching them! is.gd/uIJP # Automatically shipped by LoudTwitter

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and many happy returns of the day!

Happy Birthday, musiquephan!

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24 hours of Tweets

15:51 I’m so bummed. My town in Massachusetts may close its library down entirely. Things look very grim. Town Meeting will be intense this year! # 17:15 I refuse to have cable TV, cancelled my cable years ago b/c I … Continue reading

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24 hours of Tweets

11:50 Good U.K. article re problems w/ numerous incompatible ebook formats as ebook market poises to explode: is.gd/u48o # 11:51 Isn’t this kinda redundant? Wal*Mart tries to cash in on vampire trend, sets up all-vamp endcaps in stores: is.gd/u6CU # … Continue reading

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the four-letter word I want to hear…

WHDH weathercaster Pete Bouchard wrote in today’s “weather blog:” “Maybe you’ve heard about the heat scorching the left coast over the weekend. Well, it’s broken loose, and it’s moving through the Plains now. T-minus 2 days before we see signs … Continue reading

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24 hours of Tweets

12:26 RT @WeberBooks eBooks Might Change the Way We Read & Write (WSJ ) bit.ly/eNVS8 # 13:01 10 years after Columbine, more guns & fewer gun laws than ever: tinyurl.com/cznwzm # 14:54 PW: This is Your Wake-up Call: 12 Steps … Continue reading

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