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“The seed of suffering in you may be strong, but don't wait until you have no more suffering before allowing yourself to be happy.”
by Thich Nhat Hanh The Heart of the Buddha's Teaching

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Rock in the Meadow

Rock in the Meadow #2

Crack in the Road




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Archive for 'Pointers'

One Piece of Good News

Crazy Tracy is back.

Excellent Net Resource for Evaluating Political Claims

If you want to know whether you can trust what you see on television, check out It is nonpartisan and lets you know who the big liars are.

Epiphanies from the 2010 DBSA Conference

I wondered if I suffered from bipolar disorder at all, so well had my meds been working lately. The wash of mania seemed a dream fixed to an offshore rock.

We’re Doing it for Your Soul

Read a point by point analysis of exactly why you should boycott The Golden Compass. We plan to attend. We figure by buying two seats, it will make it less likely that you can see it.

Old Man-Dykes and a Hyke

Teresa, of In Sequence, posted the link for this page “Men Who Look Like Old Lesbians.” Makes you wonder who copies who? And check out my latest hike report, the Loskorn-Oak Loop at Caspers Wilderness. And my neighbors worry about the mountain lions!

A Remarkable Site

Off of PC Magazine’s Top 100 Undiscovered Websites, I found this: Copyblogger. Also try Verbotomy. And check out the article on bipolar disorder at Uncyclopedia.

Wounded Times

Check out this blog with its coverage of the soldier/veteran suicide issue.

An Unknown Bipolar Blogger

At least no one I know seems to visit Maybelline. Then check out this entry by Francis Strand.


This psycho-schmo gets Internet access while locked up! I’m jealous! There’s a good read to be had there

The Twisted Sense in Life

Why do you think people (including me) find sites such as this droll (which means “oddly funny” for those who have never drolled)? P.S. The veterinarian whose arm was snapped off by the croc in Taiwan got it reattached.

DBSA News Feed

DBSA now features an RSS feed:


From Scientific American: Another summer of record-breaking temperatures brought power failures, heat waves, droughts and tropical storms throughout the U.S., Europe and Asia. Only one place seemed to remain cool: the air-conditioned offices of the editorial board of the Wall Street Journal. As New York City wilted beneath them, they sat insouciant and comfortable, hurling […]