Aunt Betty'S Bed And Breakfast
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... change. If I could handle that, I was told, we would reassess my ability to hold a more demanding position, perhaps even something full-time. Then I made a decision. I would write the narrative of my life. Today I am a chaired professor at the University of Southern California Gould School of Law. I have an adjunct appointment in the department of psychiatry at the medical school of the University of California, San Diego, and am on the faculty of the New Center ...
... I discover more reason be pessimistic and believe that this background noise will get to be a Niagara-like roar that drowns the usability no matter the Internet. Between viruses and spammers and just old bad code, the web has turned out to be going to take a heavy, and enhancing level of background packet radiation. And to discover the net has time period memory - I still get DNS queries sent to IP addresses that haven't hosted a DNS server - or even a ...
... sun had set and I peaked out the curtains of my van. People were starting to enter the party. I had myself a couple of drinks in the van to pregame and then made my way in. The place had maybe 50 people in it. Jerry memorabilia was all over the walls. A banjo, photos a giant glowing sign that said "Garcia's" in red lettering. Mirrors behind the bar had hand written drink specials. I had forgotten how much drinks cost in the city. $8 for a beer in a plastic cup?! Ok I guess ...
... the window...unfortunately I'm facing a highway so it's a bit noisy...
Yesterday (the 15th?) I sorted out a few things at CSH, the campus is quite pretty at the moment with all the snow, and the harbor/inlet is partially frozen. I managed to go into Huntington in the afternoon (the nearest "village"). It seemed nice, there were banks and places that sell phones and supermarkets. Cell phone plans surprisingly expensive ($35 a month was the cheapest, but had ...
... boys telling stories to their friends about the bears that they saw in Yosemite, or the hike that we took down the Narrows at Zion, or about that really great BBQ joint in Kansas City, it makes it all well worth it.
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