Monthly Archives: October 2011

Steve Jobs, the Last Word

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Exploding Pumpkins

That’s what it sounded like, just outside Hurley, New York, where thousands of beached pumpkins rot on the ground. The farmer was clearly still mad about the whole thing as he let off with his shotgun in our direction, unaware … Continue reading

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Steve Jobs

Sad news that came to us on our flight from SMA to NY. We bought our first Mac over 25 years ago, and since then have owned dozens. As designers, this product of his brilliant mind has enabled us to expand … Continue reading

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The Blessing of the Horses

So far this week, we have seen the parades and blessings of the bicycles, the taxis, and in this case the horses. And those are just the ones we happened across. An impressive sight, over two hundred vaqueros (cowboys), and … Continue reading

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Danza de los Voladores

As part of the Feast of the Archangel San MIguel, the Danza de los Voladores (Dance of the Flyers), although considered heathen and partially eliminated by the Spanish Conquistadors has now been incorporated, like many other Aztec and other dances, … Continue reading

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