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9/30/01 it’s official

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Well, it’s official, as reported on Minnesota Public Radio—MAPE’s executive board voted unanimously to strike. I fear this won’t be easily resolved.

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the strike seems imminent

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My chances of going to work as usual are not looking good. The reality of walking off the job hasn’t really sunk in till now; I actually may not be going to work as usual on Monday. It’s strange that only now do I realize the pride I have in doing my job.

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9/27/01 Universe “could condense into jelly”

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A friend sent me this chilling cautionary article. But none of this really matters if this happens. Great, now I have something even less likely and more catastrophic to worry about.

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9/25/01 “Yeah, so are all the yuppies.”

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Thought I’d check in. Took my first yoga class yesterday. Nick accused me of being a yuppie because of that. I said I was doing it for my health, and he replied, “Yeah, so are all the yuppies.” The shock is gradually wearing off, I think, as routines return. I actually think the government’s response […]

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9/17/01 september 17, 2001

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35,000 people got together at the Minnesota state capitol in St. Paul yesterday to remember the people who lost their lives last Tuesday. From the article: Rabbi Morris Allen of Beth Jacob Synagogue in Mendota Heights told the crowd that the terrorists cannot hide behind a veil of religion. He also said that America must […]

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9/13/01 september 13, 2001

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These days are so difficult. It was obvious after Tuesday—after terrorists declared war on America—that it was going to be much harder to go on. But it’s one thing to realize that the world is about to change, and another to actually live in it—minute by minute, conversation by strained conversation. I am aware that […]

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9/12/01 september 12, 2001

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I called the blood center around 4:30 pm today, and they said it’d be better to come in tomorrow morning since they still had a lot of people waiting to give blood tonight (they just closed, at 7). So I’ll probably go first thing in the morning (and I’ll make sure to eat a good […]

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9/11/01 september 11, 2001

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What a horrible, inconceivable thing. This morning, at about 8:46 am EDT and 9:04 EDT, two planes crashed into the World Trade Center in New York. It’s almost entirely certain that both crashes were intentional and undoubtedly coordinated. The buildings—both towers—now have gaping holes in them and are billowing smoke. It really fills me with […]

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9/9/01 b.s.

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I can’t believe I just wasted an hour on Brunching Shuttlecocks. I should have put in my laundry.

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9/7/01 “Galleon,” he jokes.

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Nothing, really. Ran across another site (via Joe Clark) by some guy who just moved to France, from Canada: Cardigan Industries, and his weblog, Textism. WordSpy—a site devoted to neologisms, one of my obscure interests—is also an amusing site I visit from time to time. The person who runs the site (Paul McFedries) also has […]

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