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Tom Watson: The Twitterer of Shea

"The original short message service provider of New York died this week. Karl Ehrhardt's signs presaged Twitter and text messaging by more than three decades, and I remember that his short messages provided clever exclamation points to what the Mets did on the field."


"And what of Donald Harington? An Arkansas writer with more than twelve novels behind him, Harington, many literary Southerners will tell you, writes at the level of an Updike or a Roth—a mighty force, yet virtually unknown."

Learning From Britney’s Troubles - New York Times

"in trying to eliminate the possibility that someone could be wrongly committed, we have cast out Britney Spears, and others much less famous, from the havens where they might have been helped."

Adventures in Richistan - Reviews & Commentary - Philanthropy Roundtable

"They love projects and are constantly busy with new undertakings--and yet, for some reason, they feel the need to surround themselves with the appearance of leisure."

The Raw Story | Bush to tornado victims: 'Life is unfair'

At least he's being honest now

The Empty Spaces - Theater - The Stranger, Seattle's Only Newspaper

"A theater I'm working at this year is hosting a promotional event to coax "young people" to see our show. Their definition of young? Under 45."

Developing Intelligence : Caffeine: A User's Guide to Getting Optimally Wired

"1) Consume in small, frequent amounts."

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