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Barney Stinson’s Video Resume

Monday, October 8th, 2012

When you’re unemployed you have a lot of time on your hands. Sometimes you end up watching TV shows you never knew existed when you had a job and didn’t have time for cable television. The other day I was watching “How I met your mother” and one character was a Canadian looking for a job, if she didn’t find a job she would be deported…

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Hitler’s Children: A documentary

Wednesday, July 11th, 2012

I just finished watching the documentary “Hitler’s Children” on the Knowledge Network. It isn’t a great film, but it did get me thinking. Adolf Hitler of course had no children, but other members of the inner circle had children and now grandchildren. A Jewish filmmaker interviewed several of them and asked them about how they felt bearing such infamous surnames. Some of them have written books, some have moved out of Germany, others have avoided talking about it or had lived with fear or guilt or both…

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Super Group

Tuesday, October 24th, 2006

I was reluctant to blog about something else I saw on TV, seeing the effect it can have on my keyword referrals. But now that I’m living in Canada again after stints in China and Japan I’ve been watching a lot of TV. One thing I’ve come across is Super Group…

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Slash plus Volkswagen

Sunday, October 8th, 2006

While watching today’s Packers game on TV I saw Slash of Guns and Roses fame come on and the first thing I noticed was he wasn’t playing a Les Paul. While trying to figure out what guitar he was actually playing and what he was doing on TV, the television told me…

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Impulsive Blogging

Tuesday, June 6th, 2006

I don’t read my own blog daily, but I should have known by the search engine traffic it was getting. I now have a new entry into my top ten most popular postings…

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