Books. Bikes. Boomsticks.
Self-Checkout aisles are like wheelchair ramps for introverts.
Essays like that always have inspiration. I suspect Marko and many others up & down our respective blogrolls (myself included) had an invaluable mentor that shaped our values at an early age.
I don't believe in ghosts.I don't believe in an afterlife.I do believe in the First Law of Thermodynamics, and were he here, I believe RAH would like seeing his energy conserved. :)
"so much damn writing talent that reading a post of his can sometimes leave me tongue-tied for days, unable to type much beyond "Yeah! What he said!"Yes, and sometimes you do it to us
I wish I were a tenth as eloquent. Well said.
Agreed Tammy. agreed.
Unh -- what y'all said. Da-yum.
funny, I feel the same about you.
Looks like Marko, RAH and I have something in common!: the ability to inspire, in beautiful women, an intense passion.For each other.I'm right on the line between "Get a room" and "Can I watch." What a wyrd bunch of wo-yo-to Ho's.*I'm batting about zero on the Wagner jokes so far today, so I'm really t...rhein, maidens. And that's no mime.
Um, ditto?;)You just described my typical reaction to many bloggers' posts.
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