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Buying a House
Dan, Ruth, and JTA are in the process of buying and moving into a house, for the first time after years of renting. Here’s the chronicle of their adventure.
In 2013, Dan was called for jury duty. So of course he decided to blog about the experience (except for the bits that he legally can’t, of course).
2012 was a really awful year for Dan, and in his delay to write about why it was so bad, he fell behind in writing about 2013! This series of blog posts helps him “catch up” with the events of the New Year.
On This Day
Since mid-2010, Dan’s been writing a series of blog posts looking back to what he was doing on that day in previous years. Full of nostalgia (and often links to ancient earlier posts).
In 2012, Dan’s dad was killed in a hiking accident. Dan’s been blogging about the death, the funeral, and the experience of being the executor to his father’s will while simultaneously grieving for his loss.
Dan’s jury service comes to an end, and he looks back on it as he fills in his expenses claim form and contemplates tandems.
As part of his ongoing jury duty, Dan serves on a trial. And while he can’t write about the trial itself, he can tell you all kinds of other things…
Dan’s done his first day of jury service, in which he mostly sat around in a waiting room and watched a patronising DVD.
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Dan, Ruth, and JTA are looking for a new house, and their first opportunity to buy a home. Dan discovers that it’s an intimidating experience to offer up huge sums of money for a home!
After refusing to share it for over twenty years, Dan performs his first (and only) re-telling of the worst joke he ever heard.
Dan’s been called for jury service. Naturally, he’s going to be blogging about it (except for the bits that he legally can’t, of course).
Monopoly enjoys cult status and a massive following the world over, yet it’s one of the worst imaginable board games. In a long-promised blog post, Dan explains why he hates the world’s most-popular game.