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This is pretty much what it all boils down to, a humble website and the eager person behind it who does his best to pen many words of wisdom here and there.

A so-called future famous website is brought to you by a pseudo-Dutch person who of all places lives in Gouda, The Netherlands.

Actually this person is originally American, in more ways than one, born and raised during the wonderful era of the nuclear family.

He grew up in good old sunny California, and after graduating from a fine university he somehow lost his way in life.

Although that was a little over thirty years ago, he continues to search for proper direction in life by blogging on a regular basis.

Many of his blog entries probably do not make much sense to the average reader. However, making sense is not what it is all about. If on occasion this person accidentally gets too near to making sense, then everything becomes too complicated and confusing.

"Too much sense in life is a bad thing and should be avoided at all costs."

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This personal weblog was started way back on July 21, 2001 which means that it is 7-21-2001 old.

So far this blog contains no less than 2279 entries and as many as 1881 comments.

Recent Entries

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