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Vanity

September 5, 2007

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It’s funny that a sink in the bathroom and a process of self aggrandizing (at least I think that’s used correctly) are treated to a similar moniker…vanity. I’m VERY sure that I have a healthy dose of this object as proven by my recent distress when I googled myself again and found that I had […]

Only a few more days

September 4, 2007

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Well, it might take a day or so to get this blog in order, but Bowl of Cheese will soon be as photo-rich and feature rich as it ever was. Feel free to leave a comment here – you’ll have to register at WordPress.com – or just wait until later this week when I’ll be […]

Have you seen my mind?

September 4, 2007

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Actually, my mind has come back to me just a few minutes ago. While during lunch, I tried to update my blog – this blog – and it disappeared from view. So if you tried to read it during YOUR lunch half-hour, you probably got ugly error messages. Well, I had nearly resigned myself to […]

Technology marches on

September 2, 2007

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Only a few hours after Clay Buchholz pitched a no-hitter, the talk on Boston.com and in the Globe was about technology. It seems that the Google braintrust in Cambridge, MA has developed (or is developing) a GooglePhone to compete with Wifi devices (no Wijacking needed you crazy Wijacker) all over the world. Here’s the entire […]

Clay Buchholz DOES IT

September 1, 2007

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On September 1, 2007, Clay Buchholz of the Boston Red Sox no-hit the Baltimore Orioles in his second Major League appearance. I say, “Wow.” He’s the first rookie in Red Sox history to record a no-hitter. That’s something else! Hat’s tipped. Take a bow kid. By the way, Sox win 10-0!!! More to come…

Shades of the Tour de France

September 1, 2007

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What’s funny about blogging like this during the Red Sox’ no-hitter attempt is that it reminds me a TON of how I covered the 2007 Tour de France in July. I like this kind of reporting and it’s interesting that the info I put here is old the instant the electrons hit the InterWeb. By […]

94MPH

September 1, 2007

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Clay Buchholz, in the multiple games I’ve seen him pitch in Pawtucket this season, has only thrown a max of 92MPH. For the first out of the ninth inning, he topped 94MPH! More to come…