Monthly Archives: December 2013

Stories of Drunks, Meth-Heads and Others I’ve Encountered While Working at a Nightclub

In corporate jobs you often see the conniving side of people, I see people with their inhibitions dropped, and sometimes it’s not pretty. Drunks have their pluses and minuses. Most people who are _really_ drunk just want to be left … Continue reading

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Ho Ho Hum, Holiday Thoughts

I don’t want to offend by this post, I won’t be snarky, but I’m going to be honest as always. I wouldn’t say I “hate” Christmas. In my life (sleeping by day, going out little, working weekends) I’m not exposed … Continue reading

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The Cheapest, Easiest, Healthiest Meal I Know

This is something I’ve been eating for about a year and a half. I discovered it when I got back into working out, and I’ve been eating it ever since. 1.5 cups of skim milk1 cup of oats2 tbsp of … Continue reading

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My Favorite 20th Century String Quartet Cycles, Part 1

The two “big” quartet cycles of the 20th century are the fifteen of Shostakovich and six of Bartok. I’ve always preferred the former. I’ll discuss them in later posts, for now I want to cover some slightly more obscure cycles. … Continue reading

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