Monthly Archives: August 2012

Ten, Twenty, Thirty Years, I’m Losing Track!

Oh, man, talk about a time warp. In my last post I said that the Valley girl thing was ten years ago. What? 😮 NO! It was more like thirty years ago! I’m so embarrassed! 😳 Oh, hell, I don’t … Continue reading

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Words, Language, Meaning, Meaningless Meanings

The problem with words, is that meaning is transmutable. Meanings change. And, also, words are open to interpretation. Different people can and often do interpret differently. It isn’t so easy to say what you mean, and you may not even … Continue reading

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That Thin Line Between Love and Hate

There’s different types of love. An attraction or attachment to something. An object. A pet. Or to a person: a spouse, boy/girlfriend, lover, or someone you get “fixed” on who may not even be aware of your attraction to him/her. … Continue reading

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