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Sunday, July 13, 2008 - 3:51pm

Oops!...that would be the Seinfeld episode with the Library Detective stalking you as you browse for a book!

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Friday, July 11, 2008 - 3:52pm

Those that know me are certainly aware that I am not fond of cooking or baking but certainly participate out of necessity. I've made it a little easier on myself when a couple of years ago I got into the habit of putting meat into a crockpot, letting it simmer all day, and then instructing hubby to whip up some steamed veges and a side's worked well, keeps the kitchen cooled off during hot days by not lighting up the oven, is a bit healthier than frying the meat, and I don't need to follow any recipes!

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Friday, July 11, 2008 - 2:35pm

Lots of smart people like to offer their view of life's niceties and lunacies "from the 30,000-foot level." I came across one by a doc from a specialty near and dear to my heart -- emergency medicine.

Dr. William Mallon is the new president of the California Chapter of the American College of Emergency Physicians. (You'll find wildly knowledgeable life-saving docs and Cal-ACEP members at Fresno's Community Regional Medical Center, home to the only combined burn and level 1 trauma centers between LA and Davis.)

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Wednesday, July 9, 2008 - 8:23am

For me, the last brush with idiocy came at a Valero Station where one red sports car and one yellow sporty car -- seemingly unconnected -- began engine revving at the gas pumps.

Burning rubber has now morphed into burning brain cells -- sorry, I'm according them too much credit -- as everyone else chews on the foul air and fetid gas prices.

Here's four other stages of vehicular lunacy easily glimpsed on the miracle millions of miles of California:

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Sunday, July 6, 2008 - 1:12pm

Since I've been blogging, I have had the pleasure of receiving numerous complimentary and supportive comments from readers....until last I realize that the importance of leaving comments is allowing the subject to express their opinions and certainly folks have the right to react and respond to my writings with support and/or criticism, but the anonymity part is what is disappointing...I suppose disparaging comments are emboldened when you're not identified.