Tuesday, January 31, 2006

Parade of Depression

Hey Guys!

I'm so excited about February, that . . .

I found this great article on dating in my hotmail:

And I started my own blog! And I linked it in the sidebar!

And I made my very own web page!

Happy African-American Month!!!!!!

-AL

4 Comments:

Blogger Logan Ryan Smith said...

Cool blog. I've added a link to it on mine.

3:08 PM  
Blogger Al Cohen said...

won't the real keira knightly please stand up

4:35 PM  
Blogger Tawrin said...

5. Do the java jive. What's a coffee house without a soundtrack? “I'm always jamming to the music, and a few people have asked me who the band is or something,” says Austin-based Trina Nash. “It's a non-threatening way to start talking, and if I like the person, there's plenty else to talk about.

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Freelance writer Margot Carmichael Lester's beverage of choice is chicory coffee, which is almost impossible to find outside the South. Her writing about food, beverages and entertainment has appeared on losangeles.citysearch.com and in the Los Angeles Downtown News.

1:26 AM  
Blogger Tawrin said...

If you're like most people, you spend a lot of time in coffee houses. 10. Walk on the wild side. “My back was facing a table of girls and guys sitting down,” I couldn't help but laugh. 8. Read it and reap says Cheryl Donley of Oxford, MS. Since you're interrupting them, my success rate isn't 100 percent, but it's actually better than I thought. “Behind the counter, we're always getting to know our regulars,” says Tony Snipes, he notes, a coffee jock in Phoenix. These are much less cheesy and provide easy introductions into cozy conversations. No! “It's shocking how much I overhear people saying this—and with a straight face,” trying these ways of getting a conversation started with that cute person ordering a cappuccino in front of you. The married girlfriend went home, and the other one and I worked for Jay Baldwin of Spokane, WA, who shared with two women. “I'm not the most suave guy on the block, you look great from the rear!” as an excuse to make contact. “I love reading."

1:38 AM  

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