Dickens of a Blog

(November 2009)

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  1. November 2, 2009: The Halloween 2009 Party, and Why I Will Not Be Doing NaNoWriMo (with 7 photos)
  2. November 3, 2009: Doug looks at Ben Franklin's thirteen Virtues, Part 0: Introduction
  3. November 4, 2009: Doug ranks the 50 states' mottoes from worst to best (in his opinion, of course)
  4. November 9, 2009: E-book's biggest thorns: ownership and the concept of what loans a book
  5. November 11, 2009: The end of hardcovers? Maybe. Bargain books, price wars, loss leaders, and epublishing.
  6. November 15, 2009: Thinking about planetary-sun distance in more every-day terms. I.E., briefly: Will our Sun bake us like a potato?
  7. November 16, 2009: Haven't been excited by a good black tea in a while; also Ignorance IS bliss, Would you go with ME to the prom, and other newsbits
  8. November 17, 2009: Can Man in the High Castle Be Updated? You know, if they made a movie about it or something...
  9. November 19, 2009: Reviews of Twining loose-leaf Irish Breakfast Tea and Numi's Chinese Breakfast (Organic Yunnan)
  10. Some quick tips to improve a cold-reading session with tarot, tea-leaves, etc
  11. Six quick signs you have over-steeped your tea
  12. November 23, 2009: Lampshade Hanging
  13. November 24, 2009: My most symbolic dream in awhile: the missing child and double stair-case
  14. November 26, 2009: Cornell & Diehl's #107: Haunted Bookshop (pipe tobacco review)
  15. November 27, 2009: An Out-of-Shape Man reviews The Walls of Jericho (North Alabama) Hiking Trail w/ 22 pics
  16. November 30, 2009: Doug reviews 4 movies in 8 paragraphs: Monsters vs. Aliens, Star Trek (2009), Up, and Blood: the Last Vampire (2009, Live Action)

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