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Archive for May, 2006

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Thursday, May 25th, 2006

Since I missed the Bare Chest Calendar road trip to Palm Springs, tonight was my first public event as a “Calendar Guy”. It was a cocktail party for Gamma Mu, an organization of gay men that host week-long events in various cities. Sort of a circuit party for the “A-List”. Our job was to greet […]

Tasha’s Troubles

Tuesday, May 23rd, 2006

Tasha, our husky-German Shepard mix, is nearly 15 years old now. She has been with us through two houses and two condos in two cities. Our friends know her from our Christmas newsletter, of which she was the ‘editor’ for many years. Since we live in a condo, she gets three walks a day and […]

What’s the plural of Elvis?

Sunday, May 21st, 2006

The meeting in Dallas ended a day earlier than I thought when I made the reservations, so Friday became a day for fun. I went to Six Flags and rode all the coasters. I think every high school in Texas was having senior trip day. I looked a little out of place – a middle […]

Dallas SF Dallas

Monday, May 15th, 2006

I’m on a business trip in Dallas as I write this. Seems I was just here…. oh wait, I was – just over a week ago. The weekend before last my friend Paul and I competed in a powerlifting meet in Killeen TX – that’s Fort Hood to you folks that haven’t been there. I […]

Panhandling Tips

Thursday, May 11th, 2006

San Francisco is famous for the number of panhandlers on the street. OK – it is politically correct to call them ‘homeless’, but I think that is making unfair presumptions about the person’s living arrangements. I do not know that they are ‘homeless’, but I do know they are ‘pandhandling’. Because there are so many […]

More sleep deprivation

Wednesday, May 3rd, 2006

Last night was the official kickoff / orientation meeting of the SOMA Bare Chest Calendar for 2007. I’ve finally put all 12 names and faces together. It is interesting to see this group starting to get to know each other – some are tentative, some are jumping right in. I am regularly amazed at the […]