car·riage re·turn

n. the lever or mechanism on a typewriter that would cause the cylinder on which the paper was held (the carriage) to return to the left margin of the page

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Clawing my way back

I haven’t forgotten about this site (and I certainly hope you haven’t).  After an eventful trip to Winona for a wedding and a pleasant detour to Chicago on the way back,I find myself having to go out on a field operation this week.  Thankfully,it should be my next-to-last such operation,but unfortunately,I Read on…

I’m a travelin’man,made a lot of stops…

I’ll be heading out to the Midwest for the next ten days to take part in my friend David’s wedding.  During that time I may update,time permitting.

September 10,1995 –Who’s playing second? Knoblauch? Hale? Puckett?!

Two days before I became a teenager,the Minnesota Twins played the then-California Angels at the then-Anaheim Stadium in perhaps one of the strangest games,scoring-wise,of the last half century.

Baseball scorekeeping is Read on…

1976 All Over Again

I’ve mentioned before what a fan I am of Paul Lukas’work over at Uni Watch.  Ever since he’s started a daily blog I’ve found myself wandering over during work to go through his links and see what went on the night before,sports/sartorially-wise.es and the Read on…

This update brought to you by Brahms’First Racket

I’ve been having a tremendous struggle with writer’s block of late,a struggle brought on by suddenly truncated deadlines for a number of projects I’ve been working on.  Due to “operational requirements”I will be going out to the field for twenty-eight days between now and the first of October.

This has created a major Read on…