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My Modular Life…

Wednesday, June 15th, 2011 | Life | No Comments

…in which I talk about the hot swappable, interchangeable nature of modern world living.

If my memory of American and industrial history serves me well, it was Colt that developed the first true interchangeable design, wherein every part is fully replaceable. As I look at my life in the 21st century, I can think about how far that concept of fully compatible individual components has come. There is almost nothing in my world around me that can’t be altered, changed, upgraded¬† (or downgraded) by the simple removal and replacement of key components.

Of course the more this kind of philosophy integrates with our modern lives, the more I wish there were things in my habitual lifestyle that could be modularly replaced or exchanged.

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As the Years Churn By…

Wednesday, June 1st, 2011 | Life | No Comments

…in which I talk about Memorial Day and the havoc it wreaked on me.

I’ve never really been a “Party Person.” I’m far from what you would call a heavy drinker. I had my first real drink of alcohol well after my twenty-first birthday. I only drink to excess on rare occasion and even then, only in the company of particular people. As a result, I rarely get sick from drinking – though it has happened – and I’ve with rare occasion, I never get hungover. That being said, I do, on occasion, get silly.

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