Since I’ll hit 20 years of blogging this November, this year I’m posting a daily list of anything I published on this day in the past.

There are 17 posts previously published on June 14th

  • 2019
    • Oh crap, can you see… We're at a point where if someone's displaying an American flag, we assume they're probably not someone we want to associate with -- that it's a display of nationalism, not patriotism.
  • 2016
    • Got my eyes dilated today. Can’t really focus yet…just kinda hoping autocorrect isn’t being a snit right now. :) (166/366)
    • Chucks of the day (14/?): High tops with black tongue, red laces, and stylized U.S. flag design — appropriate for Flag Day! #chucks #converse #flagday
  • 2014
    • Cuddled up and watching the opening match of the World Cup (Brazil v. Croatia).
  • 2007
    • Summertime! A number of updates this evening...summertime, no more school, new computers, and new weblogs.
  • 2006
    • 2nd Quarter done! The last quiz in my music class was last week; the last test in my math class was this morning. As of now, I'm done with my second quarter of college, and it's officially summertime! :)
  • 2005
    • I can dream… Today, one of Seattle's newspapers (I don't remember which) had a huge headline across the top of the page: JACKSON FREE
    • LiveJournal Oddness Also, a quick note out to the other 22 LiveJournal users out there who are subscribed to the woody_eclectic feed -- I didn't set it up, so I usually don't know when it goes wonky, and I don't get any comments you might leave on the posts in the feed.
    • iPhoto Quandries A few questions about iPhoto -- things that don't make sense to me. Why can't I export items that are on a burned DVD? When I drag photos from an archive on DVD into my local photo library, why can't iPhoto keep track of the correct tags? Why does iPhoto have to update an archive's database every time it's loaded?
    • Less nudity, more polka On our wandering we went through the Pike Place Market, and as we were in the lower levels, something in the bins of a used music store caught my eye. I stopped, backed up, pulled the record out of the bin...and started to laugh.
  • 2004
    • Skim! Skim like mad! Nine hundred and thirteen posts to work through before I'm caught up (and, since there's no way I'll make it through all that by the time I crash out tonight, there will just be more added to the pile tomorrow morning).
    • Stories too good to be true I just watched an absolutely fascinating film — Shattered Glass. It's the story of Stephen Glass, the New Republic reporter who in 1998 was outed as having fabricated everything from minor details to entire stories during his tenure at the New Republic.
    • Blogger Anon-O-Con Thanks to all who I met at the Seattle Blogger Anon-O-Con on Saturday!
    • Saved! As Roger Ebert points out in his review, the film is '…arguing not against fundamentalism but against intolerance; it argues that Jesus would have embraced the cast-outs and the misfits, and might have leaned toward situational ethics instead of rigid morality.'
  • 2002
    • tetris is so unrealistic A jet going 100 m.p.h. slammed into a deer, which ruptured a wing fuel tank and dumped 70 gallons of gas on the runway.
    • Short attention span voyeurism It's really hard not to go up to an intern in the middle of surgery and say, 'Don't freak out, but you're doing that all wrong.' I try not to do it if the patient's only under local.
    • Not in Our Name There is a deadly trajectory to the events of the past months that must be seen for what it is and resisted. Too many times in history people have waited until it was too late to resist.

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