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Recently, been looking at MySpace for some new friends.  It's a really fascinating exercise in discovering the vast diversity of people, and also some of the remarkable things so many share in common.


Ran across this stellar quote about relationships from an urban planner in TX, which could easily apply to me, too. "One bad thing about me is that I have no sense of timing in friendships and relationships. The analogy is in driving my car: I'll wait forever to make a left turn, and then, nervous because of the cars accumulating behind me, dart into traffic. The result is that in my desire for people I'm afraid to touch them, and then elbow them in the ribs." (http://www.myspace.com/mikeyfine)


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