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Jeff L. Howe

Jeff L. Howe
Location
Strasburg, Pennsylvania,
Birthday
April 19
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Visit the website: jeff-howe.net
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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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FEBRUARY 4, 2012 4:56PM

What's New On The Website

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I've been busy over at jeff-howe.net this morning doing some general cleaning and posting a few new pieces:

-  the new slide show on graphics is doing very well

- there's a new blog post called "Snooze Alarm"...  I wrote it as soon as I woke up this morning.

- there's a repost story adventure entitled "Upon The Road To High Adventure: Salt Lake City to Oakland, 1975

- there's a repost Einstein's Hammock entitled "The Invention of Sex"

- tomorrow (Sunday) I will be cross-posting (OS/JHNet) a new entry in my Parkinson's journal on walking. 

J. 

(I'm also using this as an experiment.  The new website provides me with pretty detailed user graphics and information.  There is always a lot of cross-over from OS.) 

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