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A 2004 Retrospective

So, we made it through New Year's without any terror attacks. Sure, a plane crashed and there were surely other disasters that merit our thoughts and prayers.

We were on High Alert, and it appears to have paid off. We get to pay later, though. The cost of high alerts is expensive, not only financially, but also emotionally for some.

Contrast that with the silliness of New Year's resolutions and the rationality of it all seems utterly foolish.

Fellow blogger the Sassy Lawyer celebrated with a band and a blowjob (the latter is a name for a drink) and we went to the Newport Beach Sutton Place Hotel for dinner, and then drinks at Prego with our friends and acquaintances, complete with a New Year's hat and a tiara.

Now, the first week of New Year is upon us, and the world's in front of us again. The holiday season is gone, and 2004 is here.

Welcome to another year. What are you going to do with it?

Printer friendly page Permalink Email to a friend Posted by J. Craig Williams on Sunday, January 04, 2004 at 13:30 Comments Closed (0) |
 
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