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Question of the day

Tuesday, Mar 29, 2005

Blogger is mega screwed-up yet again today. I’m totally sick of dealing with these incompetent morons and seriously considering moving to another service.

Suggestions?

- Posted by Rich Miller   6 Comments      


Filled with wonder

Tuesday, Mar 29, 2005

Sometimes I wonder if Frank Kruesi has compromising pictures of Mayor Daley. What else could possibly explain his long “screw up and move up” career?

Here’s yet another example.

- Posted by Rich Miller   5 Comments      


Back

Tuesday, Mar 29, 2005

Took a last-minute, super-cheap flight to Dallas a few days ago to spend Easter with my brother and his family and my parents, who are down there on vacation. Blogging will resume soon.

- Posted by Rich Miller   1 Comment      


Weekend way-back blogging

Saturday, Mar 26, 2005

In addition to having five children, my mom and dad were also foster parents to two little girls at different times. Here is a pic of me holding Dianne, from 1971.


- Posted by Rich Miller   Comments Off      


LOL

Saturday, Mar 26, 2005

Watch this blog being attacked by Martians.

- Posted by Rich Miller   7 Comments      


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