Need to Change

We need not to be let alone. We need to be really bothered once in a while. How long is it since you were really bothered? About something important, about something real?
Ray Bradbury, Fahrenheit 451, 1953
US science fiction author (1920 – )
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About Dewayne Mikkelson

A technogeek in life and a webdeveloper by profession. Blogging is my favorite sport.
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8 Responses to Need to Change

  1. Desktopjunk says:

    Thanks, always good posts on your blog!

  2. Mary says:

    Bradbury, my favorite author, says the best things!

  3. Cederash says:

    Неоднократно доводилось читать подобные посты на англоязычных блогах, но это не значит что ваш пост мне не понравился

  4. Avertedd says:

    Информативно,продолжай в том же духе

  5. Darryl says:

    The only fact is that your unhealthy lsyietfle has caused your diabetes and now you’re trying to keep under control by keeping your unhealthy lsyietfle. If you’re too lazy to adopt a vegan diet, then just keep popping pills and believe everything your doctor tells you!

    • Prasert says:

      I don’t understand how Joe B can’t coach this game? What if the NBA set up a game in a smemur league and asked Joe B to coach- would that be in violation of rules too? Seems like Joe B could have a due process claim against the NCAA- as they are forbidding him from working. I don’t understand this at all.Why is the NCAA even involved in this? Its a bunch of pros playing together. This ruling is odd beyond belief. P.S.- John, I get that the particular commenter always seems to pick on the media, but I must say your response comment was a bit unfair. News is what people find newsworthy. In Kentucky, this story is much more newsworthy than the Ohio State investigation. Why not bug the NCAA to explain this decision? I would buy your paper for an answer to that question.

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