Monday, March 13, 2006

March 13, 2006
Woke up with a ton of good ideas. Don’t quite know why (maybe all the snow!). Although, I’ve lately been trying to be more patient (see OVS below).

Wendell Havatone Update
“Mickey Campa told me that Wendell was in Nome, Alaska when he had his heart attack. It was difficult to get Wendell to a hospital quickly because of where Wendell was at the time of his attack (sleds are the only transportation through tunnels because of the heavy snows) Wendell was working for the government when he passed away.”
—Francine Alexander

HH Maniac Blogging
"What have I learned from reading your blog? I've learned that Mexican or Tex Mex food is cheaper here in Atlanta. And I especially enjoy the dog stories and the whining about expenses while getting fitted for a $1,000 Cowboy Hat. I'll bet Buddy Boze Hat Killer
can't wait for this one. Your Blog and the TW Moments are a nice extension of the magazine. Forty hours isn't that big a deal. Sleep an hour less each night and you've almost made up the time. See you down the trail."
—Hugh Howard, Maniac # 9

Quaid Nails Doc But Comes Down With Manorexia
“EATING disorders aren't just for girls anymore. Dennis Quaid confesses in the new issue of Best Life that he battled "manorexia" in the mid-'90s. After losing 40 pounds to play Doc Holliday in "Wyatt Earp," Quaid says, "My arms were so skinny that I couldn't pull myself out of a pool. I'd look in the mirror and still see a 180-pound guy, even though I was 138 pounds." Quaid, now fit and elegant on the mag's cover, says, "for many years, I was obsessed about what I was eating, how many calories it had, and how much exercise I'd have to do."
—Bonny in New Mexico

Bloggers Blend Coffee?
Blogging coffee brand? yessiree. Samantha brought me the site. “Always blog on a full tank,” is the message on the coffee cup. Above the type is an image of a fuel tank on full. Underneath it says,

True West made the news again on Friday. The Dallas Morning News reported
our award to Goliad (see below).

Favorite Onion Headline de Jour
Weird Al Honors Parents’ Memory With ‘Tears In Heaven’ Parody

”Beware of undertaking too much at the start. Be content with quite a little. Allow for accidents. Allow for human nature, especially your own.”
—Old Vaquero Saying

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