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Posts tagged ‘methodology’

After switching my focus from 12-inch longplayers to 7-inch singles, I began assembling a shortlist of preferred vendors for my 45 RPM fix. It wasn’t an intentional process, but something that developed as I noticed some of the same seller names popping up on my purchases page. All shared a few certain qualities. They had […]

Of the roughly five hundred records I’ve acquired in the past two years, less than a dozen were purchased at brick and mortar establishments. I have nothing against these places. I want them to survive and the scene to remain healthy because I frequently deal with their mail order departments. It’s just that the act […]

The German philosopher Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz was once tasked to pen a history of the House of Brunswick. Though his patron was simply looking for some fulsome genealogy for use as political leverage and personal validation, Leibniz embarked on compiling an exhaustively comprehensive work covering all aspects of the bloodline, its holdings, and its people. […]

I just can not stop myself

March 13th, 2009

As stated previously, recipe I’m not in the habit of lightly tossing superlatives around. My years spent in the study of the social sciences have only reinforced my relativist (within certain limits) perspective when it comes to taste. However, medicine when I do make such a statement, order I am quite prepared to produce the […]

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