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That’s the tea (Tom, Eric, Alison)

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Windshields at ‘Lee Flats’ (7.7 baby!!!)

  I love that old Mary Chapin Carpenter song (tho written by someone earlier) about sometimes you’re the windshield, sometimes you’re the bug. Yesterday, at a beautiful though slightly (appropriately?) smoky late morning early aft at Foothills Park, about 40 … Continue reading

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3 Teens kill 4 no motive w 4 pols run with mo money

3 Teens Kill 4 is a band from the 1980s that sound like Talking Heads meet Negativland. No Motive was their first album, both names ripped from the tabloids. Here is my comment in the PAW board — I habitually … Continue reading

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Kermit picks Tom, Eric, Alison

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A McLuhanist swipe at or insertion chip first into or at Jenny Dearborn’s op ed in PAW

Edit to ad: I came to this in reaction to Carla Befera excellent op ed re Casti man spreading crisis. If you literally have nothing to do for 45 minutes(and I can suggest 1,900 better uses) here is Dearborn A … Continue reading

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Rating 10 possible Palo Alto city council results (or slates?)

BLUF:: I am predicting TEA although ATE I thought a better acronym, so I’m saying two of three incumbents will hold and Alison will displace Cory based on more life experience. You cannot have STEAM without TEA at least in … Continue reading

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Our 1-in-10000 shot at The White House

Alison Cormack, a former Google stalwart and Palo Alto soccer mom, is first-time candidate for public office and, when pressed, a self-described one in ten thousand chance at being the first woman to pot us. She actually said it was … Continue reading

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