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Monday, October 3

Blogger Somehow Develops Taste

For some reason, Blogger is refusing to upload images for me. My only guess is that it has read my posts in the past and is trying to do the world wide web a courtesy. Whatever Blogger, I’ll remember this when it comes time for me to renew my subscription to your free service. Don’t think I won’t.

Naturally, what I was going to post included photos, so I can’t very well post that. So instead I’ll tell you what I’m NOT going to post:

1. My comments on this. We all know I have nothing constructive to add. Seriously, I wrote about four different posts for this over the weekend, and after I finished each one I walked away from my computer for ten minutes and then came back and reread it. And every time I said to myself, “You’d better not.”

2. Marlon Brando’s novel Fan Tan. “Chinese pirates, dingy prisons and high-stakes gambling.” I think those three things say enough.

3. The picture of Kiera Knightly in this month’s issue of Esquire. Because I’ll get in trouble with The Girlfriend if I do. The most I can say about Kiera Knightly to The Girlfriend is, “I loved her in Bend It Like Beckham.” And I did, I really, really did.

4. This picture. Because, once again, when you don’t have an editor you sometimes need to be your own editor. And as my own editor, I don’t think it’s prudent to write about the woman who ate The Flying Nun.

5 Comments:

She was sooooo fat...

By Blogger [Disgrundled], at 6:52 PM  

What do you mean it's refusing to upload your pictures? Do you have Firefox? I upgraded and then it started letting me upload again...

By Blogger ShellBug526, at 10:59 PM  

Free excerpt of new book "Where to Park You Car in Manhattan…"

To the blog moderator,


Author Erik Feder has recently written a new book
entitled "The Feder Guide to Where to Park Your Car
in Manhattan (and Where Not to Park It!) - Downtown Edition". We are happy to offer the readers of this blog a free excerpt of this book so that they can see for themselves how to save money, time and aggravation by avoiding parking tickets and having their car towed in Manhattan.

http://federguide.com/newsletter/?p=subscribe&id=3

"The Feder Guide …" (416 pages) is a complete listing of all street parking regulations and over 150 parking facilities in the downtown area of Manhattan (30th Street – Battery Park). This book also includes
helpful hints and tips for parking a car, truck or
commercial vehicle in Manhattan as well as tricks
people can use to get out of parking tickets they’ve
already been given. Believe it or not, it can be done!
Most parking tickets in Manhattan will cost you $115 and getting you’re car towed costs $300. Our free excerpt will show you ways to avoid paying out that kind of money - it’s better off in your pocket than in the city’s pockets, right?

Erik Feder is "The Parking Expert"; he has done
extensive research on the Manhattan parking scene,
including driving on every single street in Manhattan
and writing down the parking regulations on each and every sign. Erik has been interviewed on FOX-Channel 5, WB-Channel 11, and KISS-FM as well as in The New York Times, New York Newsday, The New York Daily News, The Bergen Record and countless smaller publications and radio stations.

To receive your free excerpt of "The Feder Guide to
Where to Park Your Car in Manhattan (and Where Not to Park It!) - Downtown Edition", just send an email to: info@federguide.com
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address will never, ever be shared or traded with
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Midtown/uptown edition (124th Street – 30th Street) tofollow in November, 2005.

Thanks,
Jeanette
Rhythmo Productions

By Blogger jeanette, at 11:01 PM  

The Daily Dump is not affiliated with Erik Feder and does not endorse anything, in substance or in form, expressed in "The Feder Guide to Where to Park Your Car in Manhattan (and Where Not to Park It!) - Downtown Edition."

The Daily Dump suggests parking your car on the street, in a space designated for such purpose by the City of New York.

By Blogger the belligerent intellectual, at 11:10 PM  

I think it was just some sort of momentary glitch preventing me from uploading pictures. Then again, with my limited technical know-how, I could have been trying to upload a spreadsheet by accident.

By Blogger the belligerent intellectual, at 11:13 PM  

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