December 5th, 2006


Unbroken Glass ceased to exist.

It’s not really gone, you can still find the list of my old dating stories right here, but that’s all you’re getting, my loved ones. I see no reason to jolt this site back to life.  

Enjoy your read.  It’s all pure sunshine and bunny rabbits.


In other extremely good news, I’m here, in case you were wondering.

Oh, how terribly exciting for you.

The Glass

October 28th, 2003

And they all lived happily ever after…

September 16th, 2003


You don’t know me.

You may think you do, but you don’t. In particular, you think you know me as Peter Pan.

This is not important.

What is important is that this evening, at about 9.30pm, I asked She to marry me.

She said yes.

That is all.

Meeting With The IRS

July 18th, 2003

I’ve always wondered who are the world loving, nature children of the revolution, fighting dictatorship, for the sake of democracy, freedom of speech etc who work in the IRS. Nice people, surely.
So now I know.
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Just a Few Random Notes

June 28th, 2003

Random little me.
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June 3rd, 2003

Haha, and you all thought I was having a good time while not writing…
“No bad dates recently for She”, eh? Oh, do I have a tale to tell you all.
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Natalie Portman – By Henry

May 17th, 2003

Loooook! Look what Henry sent me! A story! What a way to start the week! And you all know what happens this week, right? It’s music week. It’s back to life week. So, I’ll go and ponder of this delightfully fluffy concept, while you read this.
Have a fantastic week.
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My Shooting Star

May 2nd, 2003

Okay, I know the narrative is rather familiar, but when you think of it, I’ve been out on so many dates that, statistically, I can’t avoid meeting the very same material every now and then.

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Stories Are Coming, Give Me Some Slack

April 22nd, 2003

Just a quick post before Yom Tov.

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Catch 45

March 24th, 2003

There was only one catch… and that was Catch-45.
(That line was shamelessly stolen from the beginning of the book, sort of).
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