Facebook Lurkers

Posted by on March 10, 2010 in Facebook, Lurkers |

I read an interesting article about “Facebook lurkers” today. In the article the author described two different definitions of “FB Lurkers.” The first being—people who wait on Facebook for their “friends” to appear so they can start chatting with them. These people wait in the virtual bushes and then pounce on their pray as soon […]

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My Million Dollar Ideas

Posted by on March 9, 2010 in goals, to-do lists |

My grandpa once told me, “Son, everyone’s got at least one million-dollar idea a day, but very few people act on them.” Well my million dollar idea, since I’m a writer, is to start writing down my million dollar ideas and then at the end of a year, I’ll have a book. Here’s my list […]

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Memes the Idea Viruses

Posted by on March 2, 2010 in Douglas Thomas Wallace, Meme, Memes |

“A meme (pronounced meem) is a contagious idea that replicates like a virus, passing from mind to mind.” –Loren Coleman The Copy Cat Effect Memetics is the field of study that uses a meme as the basic unit of cultural evolution. These memes include song lyrics, phrases and icons. If I started chanting annoyingly, “Give […]

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Doing the Right Thing

Have you ever been stuck between a rock and a hard place? My Office is right next to the Director’s Office. I hear a lot of things that I can either: A) Keep to myself, stay out of the situation and let the action play out. or B) Tell the people it’s going to affect, […]

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Sleepless in St. Louis

Posted by on February 22, 2010 in CPAP, snoring |

Last night I had to do a sleep study. I’ve snored since I was young, but I have been having headaches more often than usual, so the Doc wanted to rule out sleep apnea. The sleep tech scrubbed my head in seven different places with a Q-tip and some sort of glue. It felt like […]

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Flavor Of The Day

Posted by on February 21, 2010 in 31 flavors, Douglas Thomas Wallace, Kali Silat |

Yesterday I started taking Kali-Silat classes. My wife got me six lessons for my Valentine’s Day present. Yes, we’ve been married a while, but it was exactly what I had asked for. Kali is a Filipino martial art. It is mainly known for its stick fighting; but we didn’t even get around to that yesterday. […]

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Nevada’s First Prostidude

Posted by on February 19, 2010 in Male Prostitute, Prostidude |

I missed the biggest news story last month since civil rights and nobody told me about it. The Shady Lady Ranch successfully won state and county approval for Nevada’s first male prostitute. The male prostitute, who has been dubbed a “prostidude” is also known as “Markus.” “Markus” is unwilling to have sex with men, which […]

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Web 2.0 Suicide-Machine

Posted by on February 18, 2010 in Web 2.0 Suicide Machine |

Are your only “friends” on Facebook or MySpace? Ever wonder, “Would these people miss me if I ever stopped posting?” If you’ve ever thought about suicide, then maybe you should try Web 2.0 Suicide Machine first. Web 2.0 Suicide Machine kills all of your on-line social media profiles. You can pull the plug on all […]

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