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Archive for October, 2006

I Don’t Have a Daughter

And that’s why I think this is funny, and many of my friends won’t. I think the best part is the $100 in “Dance Dollars.”

Election Day

November 7 Polls are open from 7AM to 8PM. To find your poll, enter your address on the state website. My voter guide is here.

Arlington Schools Foundation Fundraiser

November 13 6-8PM Ristorante Olivio, 201 Mass Ave

Arlington Community Blood Drive

Saturday November 11th, 2006 9AM to 2PM First Parish Unitarian Universalist Church 630 Mass Ave 1.800.448.3543 or

Question 2: Fusion or ConFusion?

Question 1 gets all the press, but there are two more questions on the ballot this year, and I’m going to talk about them. Question 2 is about ballot fusion, and I think it’s a good idea. The short description of Question 2: A candidate can be endorsed by more than one party; when you […]

Fall in Arlington

I took 55 photos over 6 weeks of the tree at the Unitarian Universalist church in Arlington Center. Here are a handful of them. I highly encourage you to login and click “create variation” above, and make your own version of fall. See the full tabblo

Day Before the Head of the Charles

Tabblo is one of the corporate sponsors of the Head of the Charles. The race organizers (HOCR) and Tabblo are co-sponsoring a photo contest. So, if you’re headed out this weekend, don’t forget the camera. Make a tabblo with your photos and you might win some prizes. See my Tabblo

Doug and Darienne in Costa Rica

A couple months ago, Doug sent me a random email. Really, that’s a Doug signature: suggesting we do something that is just not done, and suggesting it as if it is totally normal. He said: “I’m giving Darienne a surprise present of a trip to Costa Rica and I don’t talk to you guys enough […]

Finding the Muffins

Dunno why, but this tabblo really cracks me up.  At first glance it seems like it should suck, but it’s oddly compelling.

Question 1: “Will Someone Please Think of the Children?”

I was in a liqour store buying beer, and as I was waiting for my credit card to go through, I read the note taped to the cash register. DON’T BE FOOLED! PROTECT YOUR CHILDREN! I immediately thought of Helen Lovejoy on the Simpson’s. She’s the reverend’s wife, and it’s her role to beg the […]