Monthly Archives: February 2004

Unconscious Mutterings

This week’s Unconscious Mutterings

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Stranger in a Strange Land

Finally reading this! I’ve owned it for ages.

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Friday Five

This week’s Friday Five.

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I realized today that I hadn’t checked to see if QueerScribe ever returned to Diaryland. I learned that not only has he returned to Diaryland, but he did so ages ago, after being horribly attacked in his own home. Jeezus. … Continue reading


Justly Married

Justly Married. For those of you not in the loop, the mayor of San Francisco decided last week that refusing marriage licenses to homosexual couples violates the State constitution (which it does). So San Francisco will now issue marriage licenses … Continue reading

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More reasons to love Bill Maher

“Watching these TV executives testify, it reminded me of the tobacco executives testifying, except that Janet Jackson’s breast doesn’t cause cancer.” (From this entry.) “When it comes to the environment, Republicans aren’t just in bed with industry; they’re sweeping all … Continue reading

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Wednesday Whatevers

This week’s Wednesday Whatevers, a bit late.

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\in-SKROO-tuh-buhl\, adjective: Difficult to fathom or understand; difficult to be explained or accounted for satisfactorily; obscure; incomprehensible; impenetrable. Most people think cats are inscrutable, but I don’t find that to be true.

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Cinequest, San Jose’s film festival, is coming up and I’m going to be covering it for The Milpitas Post! Check out my Cinequest blog, CineBlog 2004.



\kwy-EE-tuhs\, noun: 1. Final discharge or acquittance, as from debt or obligation. 2. Removal from activity; rest; death. 3. Something that serves to suppress or quiet. I find that vacations, rather than providing a quietus from work, are actually really … Continue reading

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