Archives: [June 2003]
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This is the archive page for the month [June 2003]; below you should see headlines and summaries of all entries found here from that month. Click the appropriate link at each to read the entire entry.

My parents were in town this weekend. | June 30, 2003
I love it when my parents are in town, although it doesn't happen very often - this is only the third time in nine years they've visited Chicago as a couple, with my mom making one more trip by herself...

Summer's here...damnit. | June 27, 2003
(Written Wednesday afternoon.) The weather here in Chicago has suddenly shot up into the mid-90s this week (30s Celsius), after being in the 50s just a week ago (10s Celsius). Oh yeah, that's right, welcome to spring in Chicago -...

A guest report from Paris. | June 23, 2003
You remember my friend Kate, right? She's the one who was supposed to go on a week-long vacation to Madrid a couple of weeks ago, which then got diverted to Paris after her cheap-ass airline canceled the flight she was...

Odds and ends. | June 20, 2003
I've had a bunch of random notes piling up on my Palm Pilot this week, so today I thought I'd compile them all and get them out there on my journal. Enjoy, and I'll talk with you again Monday. -...

My ex-lover was in town last night. | June 18, 2003
(Written two Sundays ago, 3:15 a.m.) She's the ex-lover I've written about over and over again here at this site - the proverbial "one who got away," as all of us experience at least once, or at least the closest...

Whew! | June 16, 2003
It's nice to finally be updating my web journal again, after a week of going to the library and dealing with all their "drone" PCs that don't have floppy drives. Granted, I still don't have very much money, and Garth's...

The good news and the bad news. | June 6, 2003
The good news is that my main website is finally up and running again. The bad news is that I wasn't able to save my old URL, ilikejason.com, which got snatched up by a Hong-Kong URL harvesting company minutes after...

Lucky Wander Boy. | June 4, 2003
I just got done reading one of the most remarkable and entertaining contemporary novels I've ever had the pleasure of coming across - Lucky Wander Boy, by first-time author D.B. Weiss. I had read a review of it awhile back...