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Monday, December 26, 2005

Merry Christmas


Merry Christmas from our family to yours.

Speaking of family, it is really hard to write a column when your wife keeps playing “I Want a Hippopotamus for Christmas”, (by Gayla Peevey, 1953) on the computer next to you. “I want a hippopotamus for Christmas; I don't think Santa Claus will mind, do you? He won't have to use our dirty chimney flue; Just bring him through the front door, that's the easy thing to do.”

Talk with you later. Many thanks to Rosa's fiance, (my nephew,) Frank Babylon for helping me set up this site.

KDDC 20051226

Thursday, December 22, 2005

Kevin Dayhoff Contact info


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December 21, 2005 December 3, 2008

"Life has a value only when it has something valuable as its object.” HEGEL, Introduction to Philosophy of History (1852)

Kevin Dayhoff writes from Westminster. E-mail him at: kdayhoff AT carr.org.

Questions and feedback are always welcome and greatly appreciated. Email is best. Please be sure to put the word “Soundtrack” in the subject line. I read all of my mail, but cannot always respond due to time constraints.

Anonymous mail is forwarded to the Department of Homeland Security (please include your phone number).

All mail is subject to print, including your name. However, if you don't want me to publish your e-mail, or if you would like to remain anonymous, just let me know.

The statements made on this web site reflect the personal opinions of the author. All opinions and any and all mistakes that may appear in this blog are my fault and mine alone and are not in any way shape or form made in any official capacity or any past, present or future employers.

This blog is written for human consumption; however, it has only been tested on anthropomorphic replicants and android sheep. The Food and Drug Administration wanted it to be tested on animals. However, the animal rights activists protested, forcing me to abandon testing and release the distressed critters. I released them in the lobby of the animal rights office. I figured those friendly folks could best take care of the mice and we all shared a common goal – that the mice be free.

Therefore this material has not been approved by the Food and Drug Administration. The long-term effects of reading this material remain uncertain. Please proceed at your own risk.

Unless noted, content is © Copyrighted to Kevin Dayhoff with all rights reserved.

All information is peripatetically verified when possible, cited as appropriate and applied in the real world at your own risk (except for insights gathered at séances at Barbra Streisand's house). If you find a mistake, let me know and I will correct it. Remember, not all potatoes can swim; always keep plenty of ice cream available and do not run with sharp objects in your hands.

©2006 Kevin Dayhoff All rights reserved.

All other trademarks and Registered trademarks are property of their respective owners.

Kevin Dayhoff writes from Westminster Maryland USA.

E-mail him at: kdayhoff@carr.org

Other columns and materials may be found at:

The Tentacle http://www.thetentacle.com/

Westminster and Sunday Carroll Eagle Opinion http://explorecarroll.com/opinion-talk/

http://www.kevindayhoff.com/ has moved to http://kevindayhoffart.blogspot.com/

http://kevindayhoffwestgov-net.blogspot.com/

Westminster Maryland Online http://kevindayhoffwestgov-net.blogspot.com/

Associated Content page

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New Bedford Herald http://kbetrue.livejournal.com/

Dayhoff art at McNulty’s Gizmos

Dayhoff bio and disclosures

20081203 20051221 Kevin Dayhoff Contact info

Wednesday, December 21, 2005

Kevin Dayhoff Contact info


Kevin Dayhoff Contact info

"Life has a value only when it has something valuable as its object.” HEGEL, Introduction to Philosophy of History (1852)

Kevin Dayhoff writes from Westminster. E-mail him at: kdayhoff AT carr.org.

Questions and feedback are always welcome and greatly appreciated. Email is best. Please be sure to put the word “kdart” in the subject line. I read all of my mail, but cannot always respond due to time constraints.

Anonymous mail is forwarded to the Department of Homeland Security (please include your phone number).

All mail is subject to print, including your name. However, if you don't want me to publish your e-mail, or if you would like to remain anonymous, just let me know.

The statements made on this web site reflect the personal opinions of the author. All opinions and any and all mistakes that may appear in this blog are my fault and mine alone and are not in any way shape or form made in any official capacity or any past, present or future employers.

This blog is written for human consumption; however, it has only been tested on anthropomorphic replicants and android sheep. The Food and Drug Administration wanted it to be tested on animals. However, the animal rights activists protested, forcing me to abandon testing and release the distressed critters. I released them in the lobby of the animal rights office. I figured those friendly folks could best take care of the mice and we all shared a common goal – that the mice be free.

Therefore this material has not been approved by the Food and Drug Administration. The long-term effects of reading this material remain uncertain. Please proceed at your own risk.

Unless noted, content is © Copyrighted to Kevin Dayhoff with all rights reserved.

All information is peripatetically verified when possible, cited as appropriate and applied in the real world at your own risk (except for insights gathered at séances at Barbra Streisand's house). If you find a mistake, let me know and I will correct it. Remember, not all potatoes can swim; always keep plenty of ice cream available and do not run with sharp objects in your hands.

©2006 Kevin Dayhoff All rights reserved.

All other trademarks and Registered trademarks are property of their respective owners.

Kevin Dayhoff writes from Westminster Maryland USA.

E-mail him at: kdayhoff@carr.org

Other columns and materials may be found at:

The Tentacle http://www.thetentacle.com/

Westminster and Sunday Carroll Eagle Opinion http://explorecarroll.com/opinion-talk/

http://www.kevindayhoff.com/ has moved to http://kevindayhoffart.blogspot.com/

http://kevindayhoffwestgov-net.blogspot.com/

Westminster Maryland Online http://kevindayhoffwestgov-net.blogspot.com/

Associated Content page

Facebook

New Bedford Herald http://kbetrue.livejournal.com/

Dayhoff art at McNulty’s Gizmos

Dayhoff bio and disclosures

20081203 20051221 Kevin Dayhoff Contact info