Monthly Archives: September 2004

Cobratown

MADRAS, India — C. Manoharan Snake Manu practices with a garden snake by running it through his nose and out his mouth in an attempt to create a Guinness Record. Manu plans to set the record by using a live … Continue reading

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State Fair Fun

Greetings, young fools. I apologize about the lack of entries recently. I’ve been occupied with job-related business as well as some new Welmore Mile recording. Aside from the fatalities, each have gone remarkably well. A while back, I enjoyed an … Continue reading

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Peter’s Children’s Book, part II

After so many of you enjoyed my last children’s book, I’d thought I’d take the time to share another one with you. Again, these were done while I was in high school on a wonderful piece of software called Dreamweaver. … Continue reading

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The Quest for Presidential Fitness

As I write this, I’m sitting at the computer a bit bleary-eyed and preparing to go out for a 2.5 mile run. Despite all evidence to the contrary, I do enjoy running and I do it with some degree of … Continue reading

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Duel with the Devil

The other day I woke up at my regular time to get ready for work, and I noticed that I was a lot more tired than usual. I glanced again at my alarm clock and shrugged it off – I … Continue reading

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