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Ruminations on the Word “Liquefaction”

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2–22–2007: I’d left a longish comment on another blog a while back. Here’s most of it:

… I wanted nothing more than to become an English professor. But my vision was nothing at all like what you describe. It was me having a huge office in one of the converted early-1900s mansions on some small, Eastern liberal arts school campus (beautiful woodwork, stained glass windows, and even a…

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Tales, rants, observations — blog of Jim Dee, long-haired smart ass, self-employed web developer, hyper-creative writer, musician, renaissance man, defiant, prone to philosophization, as-always a pyro, ever-frustrated cat owner, free agent, bandanna wearer.

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