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Jeff L. Howe

Jeff L. Howe
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Strasburg, Pennsylvania,
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April 19
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Jeff Howe is a bonsai enthusiast and harmonica player who has very good reason to believe that the Universe tastes like a cheap buck-fifty melon. He is a product of Walled Lake and a former Poetry Slam Champion of Milwaukee. He once shook hands with Rocky Colavito, opened for Leon Redbone and took a piss next to Mose Allison (no hands were shaken). All things considered, his best single day was July 4th, 1987 when he marched in the Marmarth, North Dakota parade in the morning, discovered a rare dinosaur skull in the afternoon, and then sat in playing harmonica with a drunken cowboy band until way past tomorrow. It's been downhill ever since. Jeff is a misemployed geologist who specializes in interpreting rock outcrops at 70 miles per hour. It's a gift. His daughter loves cows. ................................................................................................................... FOR MORE STORIES, PHOTOS AND HARMONICA RECORDINGS VISIT: jeff-howe.net

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JANUARY 8, 2012 11:17AM

Einstein's Hammock: There Is No Such Thing As Cold

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Jeez, it’s cold outside!” 

 

This time of year that’s a comment that you hear often, especially when the north wind rolls out of Canada and works its way beneath your coat, to your shoulders and the small of your lower back.

 

But it’s NOT cold outside… not in the least bit.

 

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(Sorry, I promise not to do this all the time... but I'm trying to build up awareness of my new web site.)

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I can understand if you think that this sort of cheesey bait-and-switch is bogus. Sorry. I promise not to do it all the time. I'll have a new (full) post on Tuesday.
Oh howe you play with us, Mr. Howe! I will go there...but only because of Einstein.

(Just kidding. You know I love your writing!)
Good looking website. An inspiration. But I'm not ready to leave my cozy home at OS for that cold orbit out there. But, just in case this is a good year, howdjadooit?
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See! Here my little site was chugging along quietly on its own, I post this, and suddenly everything spikes. (My new site actually gives me data. I guess I'll be walking with a foot in each track for a while.
I would dearly love to read the rest of your blog but I NEVER allow anyone to bait-n-switch me...... not ever.
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skypixeo: you are obviously a feline of great principle.
...but you'll never find out why there's no such thing as "cold"...
I loved the piece and your website. Especially the harmonica.
Beautiful!
rated with love
Jeff,
I've read enough of Einstein's work so that I already know why he thought that there is no such thing as "cold". As to cold air going down to the US from Canada, a short course in meteorology might help you some. Yeah, I know, it'll contradict what Americans have "known" for years...... ;-)
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Thanks, fella -

Never "metcha" before; deLIGHTED to find you here right now because of many kinds of "cold" on OS right now. [Here, there, or wherever ... :-(]

But no matter our geographical separations -- anyone see the full moon tonight?

"See ya' Tuesday" ;-)
P.S. Sorry to be such a dork (but, hey, I'm a dork, so what's to be done about it??) but I tried going to your other post, and couldn't find it. :-( Will it be incorporated here next Tuesday)

faceless, avaterless ;-)