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Love Comes To Everyone

2006-07-14 - 9:49 a.m.

So I was awakened this morning by a good close friend of mine. Seems that something monumentous has occured in his life: after a very very long dry spell, he's started dating again.

If you knew this guy, you'd know that he's a wonderful human being, and it's about bloody time that some nice girl finally noticed.

No details here - my friend is a very private person. And it's his story to tell.

But the title of today's entry had to make SOME sense. :)


One of the games I played last Sunday was the old classic Crokinole. You probably saw the set-up for it on old Carrom boards.

Well, the game is far more popular than I had realized. There's even a World Crokinole Championship that as of this writing has had seven annual tournaments.

If you have the money to spare - like, about $500 between the board and the case - go here and take a look. I played on an Eagle board. The craftsmanship is gorgeous - you'll definately get your money's worth.


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Compared to what's usually done on dirty car windows, isn't this counter-productive?


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Some art just speaks for itself.


Be seeing you.


1 comments so far

Brin - 2006-07-14 18:54:57 -
I know of whom you speak, and some girl out there is extremely lucky.


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