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One In A Million

2010-06-04 - 1:08 p.m.

Ah, Friday. The start of my work week.


I did go to Disneyland last night. I put on my newly found and newly recharged iPod, had dinner at Casa del Zocalo, and walked and walked.

Disneyland was busy - there were a lot of people there, more than seemed usual for a Thursday night when school was in session. But I had my music playing, so I was bopping down the walkways, dodging the strollers and occasionally changing directions just for the hell of it.

Here's the weird thing. Despite the sea of humanity I was in, I felt isolated and alone...but not in a bad way, really. I did interact with a few people, mostly along the lines of "pardon me" and "the line has moved", but other than that I stayed pretty much in my own little world.

I think sometimes we all need that, don't we?


Okay, I like this song - it was on my iPod last night. It's peppy, upbeat, and it makes me smile.

Yeah, I know - WHAT street cred??


News and box art for the Ellery Queen TV series DVD set have been released.

Looks good.


Nothing else to talk about today.

Have a good weekend.

Be seeing you.


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