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We're well into April, and it's been a few weeks since I've said anything here. For shame.

The three-year anniversary of my blog is coming up in May, but I fear the content I'm able to contribute here may be petering out. Writing about road blocks and orange juice and other things like that can only sustain me for so long, after all.

It would be nice to tell you about beer festivals and museums and travel, but, quite frankly, I've hardly gone anywhere lately. I may make an appearance at the American Craft Beer Fest in June, though, and if you're in the Boston area, you're welcome to come along!


you want to fly to Orlando with me in May for basically 1 afternoon to witness one of the last shuttle launches?

gah i wanna be 21.

Nothing left to talk about? What are you talking about? What did you do with your sense of intellectual curiosity? There is lots and lots to talk about. Just pick up the WSJ, find an article that interests you, and then write about it on your blog. You don't have to talk about orange juice, but you could talk about Europe's relationship with it, or lack thereof. There is a lot to talk about, IMHO.

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