Monthly Archives: March 2005

Ancient Male Bonding Traditions

Yesterday, Adam and I had a celebration of our masculinity. The festivities were far deeper and more significant than any “Wild at Heart” study guide could possibly have suggested. In no way did we discuss our goals, dreams, desires, or … Continue reading

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My Favorite Easter

I had a quite lovely and troubling Easter yesterday. Easter is one of my favorite days of the year, because I get to spend some quality time with my family of 26 years, as well as for the personal, spiritual … Continue reading

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The Circle of Shame

It’s been eight months since I’ve worked in a cubicle. I left my old call center job last August and I haven’t looked back since. I can’t say that I particularly miss having bathroom breaks monitored by my boss, or … Continue reading

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Unwelcomed Onions

I was really hungry that night, so my friend and I decided to go out and grab something to eat. Like a polar bear craves baby seals, I was craving fettucini alfredo. However, when the food arrived, I noticed that … Continue reading

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A Brief, Uncomfortable Moment of Sincerity

On March 18th, 2004, Bridgette Herian made the fateful decision to be my best girl. A year later, I salute her. I salute her for putting up with the troubling meanderings of my mind. Last night, for instance, I posited … Continue reading

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An Improbable Sequence of Events

I got my U2 tickets yesterday. Two general admission floor seats for their Minneapolis show in September. I’ve seen them three times, twice in ’97 and once in ’01, and each show has been better and more exhilarating than the … Continue reading

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