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Memories.

I know I left the Sagebrush in December, but I finally grabbed the last of my things at that office. Despite what you may or may not think, the Sagebrush meant a lot to me while I was there, and I wouldn’t trade my time there for anything. That chapter of my life has officially closed, and I’m moving forward – but not without a few things to laugh at or smile about. Below, you will find a list of things that I found amusing enough to document with quotes, polls, photographs – basically, anything a journalist could do – and then keep at the office until today. Think of it as an equivalent to a Sagebrush scrapbook, circa August 2007-December 2008.

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100 books in 2009.

In a direct attempt to procrastinate on studying and writing a final paper (my brain is going to explode if I have to think about marginal revenue and profit maximization any longer), I am making a list of books I have read thus far in 2009 for the 100+ books reading challenge. If you don’t get it from the title, it’s simple – I’m going to try to read 100 books this year. Unrealistic? Probably. But it’s still nice to keep track.

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