When I die Dublin will be written in my heart. — James Joyce
When I die Dublin will be written in my heart.
latest tweet: Bertrand Russell to Oswald Mosley in 1962. This is how to tell someone you won't debate with them: http://t.co/uzVtcTh9bB via @TwitPic(Apr 30, 22:13)
D: … but what about Adam Smith’s Invisible Hand?
jim: Sorry, but I just can’t take anything seriously that’s named after a 50s B-movie.
hey there jim… are you the ‘gruffty’ jim of yore? i am sorry to bother you, and it seems like you’ve had this one before, but i too seek mahalia. if you could please pass on my love and email address email@example.com, and even my myspace.com/ouilleflameboy i.d, i would thank you into the next life and beyond.
July 31st, 2007 | 1:12pmby will
Hey Will, sorry for the lengthy delay in responding but I’ve not had a computer for a while and only just got my new one up and running (expect a review of Windows Vista in a few weeks once I’ve gotten used to it, folks).
I am indeed the “gruffty” jim of yore. Though traditionally there’s only the one ‘f’ in grufty. Only one effin’ grufty, geddit?
I’ll be dropping the boy Mahalia a line over the next couple of days… gotta catch up on all my emailing and I’ll let him know you were asking after him (he tends to pop in here on occasion, so he may well read your message now that he’s returned from the Climate Camp).
Take care of yourself.
August 23rd, 2007 | 12:48amby Jim Bliss
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