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2018-07-28 - Cait Encounter

~15.7 mi @ ~13.3 min/mi

"The rental agreement allowed us to give the keys to any unknown random sweaty runner who was dropping out at mile 50 and promised to leave the car for us at the finish line!" Ken explains how his daughter was able to pace him for the final dozen miles of the Miwok 100k. We're running the Mormon Temple Hill with Barry in hot pursuit. Suddenly on our second repeat cheerful Caitlin appears, cruising down! Roadkill escorts her back home, meandering to get her daily goal distance; in turn she saves his vegetarian bacon by providing a core-cooling ice pop, salty energy gels, and extra water. Thank you, Ms. C!

"It's a cat's-cradle trackfile!" Roadkill explains his tangled route to Dr Fonda, who is wisely recovering from her Vermont 100 race last weekend. Photo ops on the way to the rendezvous with K&B include the Purple Line construction site at what was once Lyttonsville Bridge and a wire-sculpture bee garden ornament. Right ITB twinges are minor, but prickly heat rash in a delicate region remains an issue.

(trackfile)

- Saturday, August 18, 2018 at 04:42:51 (EDT)


Happiness

So much to enjoy about Happiness, a 2018 novel by Aminatta Forna: eco-sensitivity, recreational running, Esperanto, early-onset Alzheimer's, racial justice and the collision of black/white worlds, urban animals, and dozens of delicious meals deliciously described. Forna's prose is smooth and striking. For example, from Chapter 4 as one of the central characters enters an assisted-care home:

The residents' day room faced the back of the building. A semicircle of high-backed chairs arranged in front of a large window looked out onto a handkerchief of weed-pocked lawn. Each chair held a sleeping occupant, head lolled to one side or else folded chin to chest, skin pale and creased as origami paper, hands bent sharply at the wrist lay in laps like dying birds. The air fluttered with the sound of stuttered breaths. In here the curtains were drawn and the light of day cut through the still air and lit the dust motes. Attila advanced bearing in his hand a box of New Berry Fruits. He was aware of feeling powerfully alive, every beat of his heart, the rush of blood, vital organs throbbing with life, the snap of synapses, here in this roomful of fading souls.

And so much to be annoyed by in Happiness: countless comma splice faults, characters who are either Christlike or Satanic, obtrusively ostentatious vocabulary usage, and ridiculous coincidences ridiculously justified. Most distracting, perhaps: the depiction of psychology as storytelling. No data, no evidence, no logic, no experiment. Only feel, emotional appeal. Much too weak a foundation to base a book's conclusion on, however side-of-the-angels that conclusion may be.

- Friday, August 17, 2018 at 04:37:12 (EDT)


2018-07-27 - Langley Laps

~6.8 mi @ ~12.6 min/mi

"I see no ribbon!" says K2, closing her eyes to the yellow barrier across the stairs.

"It just says 'CAUTION' - not 'DO NOT CROSS' - and that means we can go ahead!" rules K-Rex. The Dawn Patrol skirts muddy construction work to reach the track behind Langley High School. Cotton-candy sunrise gives a pastel sugar-rush to distant clouds.

"Adults over 60 are free!" observes Roadkill on the sign at the stadium entrance, and celebrates liberty by dashing a lap (1:39) around the oval. A plaque acknowledging stadium donors is led by $100,000 contributors. Good to be on a world of wealth and generosity.

"My sweatband needs a sweatband!" Humidity is high, though temperatures are lower than they were earlier this week. On the way to the former Kennedy family mansion at Hickory Hill we spy a shy bunny and a couple of spotted fawns. Later two more pairs of deer munch the bushes. The crushed-stone track at Cooper Middle School lures us off course for a bonus lap.

(trackfile)

- Thursday, August 16, 2018 at 04:44:10 (EDT)


Buddha Enlightened

Mary Ewell - buddha head in sunbeam - 2018-07-19

... a ray from the setting sun shines through Dr Mary Ewell's window and, for a minute, casts a shadow behind the sculpture — and light reflects ...

- Wednesday, August 15, 2018 at 04:36:44 (EDT)


2018-07-25 - Make This Better

~6.1 mi @ ~12.2 min/mi

"And then ask yourself, 'What can I do to make this better?'," K2 suggests as a good move when finding oneself in a bad situation. Wise counsel! White chalk arrows mark the cut-through to Pine Hill Road and flag a hazardous stump. A front yard tree wears a sad face; a big jackrabbit races across the street and then pauses to eye runners as they pass. Two cheery black dogs ignore their owner's remonstrances and dash down their driveway to greet us. Humidity is a heavy handicap as we set stretch goals and attempt to climb more hills with less walking.

(trackfile)

- Tuesday, August 14, 2018 at 05:03:09 (EDT)


2018-07-23 - Makey Makey

~3.8 mi @ 13.9 min/mi

"Everything's a hill today!" says K-Rex, as the Dawn Patrol slows to a walk upslope.

"Or nothing's a hill!" replies K2, optimistically. Humidity hits like a brick to the face as, iced coffee in hand, we step out of Starbucks, its windows translucent-gray with condensation. Heavy rains pause long enough for us to ramble along the under-construction Dead Run. K-Rex tells of her kids' experiments with "Makey Makey" electronic systems to turn bananas and fist-bumps into computer interfaces. We shake our heads at reports of Aspen Colorado prices. A soggy bunny hops across the street.

(K2 and K-Rex run an extra mile before traffic-delayed Roadkill arrives)

(trackfile)

- Monday, August 13, 2018 at 04:26:49 (EDT)


Another Look at Depression

Debbie Whittle asks in her 2005 essay Another Look at Depression:

What if depression was viewed not as an illness, but rather, a call; a call from your own soul? Is it possible there is a gift in depression? We are told that depression is an illness; one involving brain chemistry. Is it possible to view depression from another perspective? Is it possible that depression can be viewed as part of a larger life cycle? Is it possible to see beyond appearances and perceive a higher vision, a vision of meaning and purpose?

... such good questions! As Whittle wrestles them she begins with a quote from Rainer Marie Rilke's "Letter to a Young Poet" counseling the open:

... Be patient toward all that is unsolved in your heart and ... try to live the questions themselves, like locked rooms and like books that are written in a very foreign tongue. Do not now seek the answers, which cannot be given you because you would not be able to live them. And the point is to Live everything. Live the questions now. Perhaps you will gradually, without noticing it, live along some distant day into the answers. ...

... and then she turns to the meta:

... When we move to a different level or perspective, we move out of the experience. This gives us the ability to observe the experience rather than be caught in the emotion of the experience. When we become the observer, there is an opportunity to gain clarity and understanding. ...

... followed by lovingkindness and acceptance — the soft:

... access our own compassion. Whatever our experience, our ability to be compassionate with ourselves increases our ability to accept ourselves, wherever we are. I find this to be one of my greatest challenges: to accept myself as a fallible human being living in a world full of misery. ...

... and ending, as she began, with more questions:

... What is calling for your attention in your depression? What new life is germinating in the darkness? What wants to die? What is waiting to be reborn? ...

(cf Worst Zen Student That Ever Was (2012-03-10), Friendship and Meditation (2012-11-06), Therapies for Depression (2015-10-04), Edgeless Sea of Compassion (2015-10-10), Open Readiness (2016-09-27), Mindfulness in Three Words (2018-06-13), ...)

- Sunday, August 12, 2018 at 06:00:27 (EDT)


2018-07-21 - Vermont 100 DNF

~30.5 mi @ ~15.8 min/mi

Vermont 100 Taftsville covered bridge mile 15 - 2018-07-21"Thank you, Mary! Today is not the day!"

At the 2018 Vermont 100 Endurance Run I drop after traveling ~30 miles in ~8 hours. The course is lovely, mostly dirt roads. The people are nice and the scenery is amazing. The hills are impressive: the GPS says that I get ~4500 feet of elevation gain, like doing 30 repeats on the Mormon Temple Hill near home.

At an hour ahead of the cutoff pace it might have been worth continuing. On the other hand, stopping before exhaustion makes for a much easier recovery and allows me to get home a day early.
Most importantly, dropping at noon on Saturday spares my dear wonderful friend, Dr Mary Ewell, the necessity to stay up another night crewing for me, driving from aid station to aid station only to glimpse me for a few moments before I take leave — all with a high probability of my missing the time limit and having to withdraw after another 20-40 miles. Just not worth it. Maybe next year!

It's a great joy to see so many running buddies at Vermont. Caroline Williams and Stephanie Fonda both finish — brava! Jon Jester, a marvelous man who did the ultra-gnarly Catoctin 50k last weekend, crews for Stephanie and paces her for the final 30 miles. Kudos!
Vermont 100 mountaintop mile 2

(trackfile)

- Saturday, August 11, 2018 at 21:09:45 (EDT)


Unconditional Friendliness

Tara Brach remarks from 2002, as quoted in "Unconditional Friendliness":

(cf Radical Acceptance (2015-05-13), Learning to Pause (2015-08-10), Inhabiting the Body (2015-09-10), Edgeless Sea of Compassion (2015-10-10), Veil of Separation (2015-10-14), ...)

- Friday, August 10, 2018 at 04:21:37 (EDT)


Mantra - Say Less, Better

Say Less
  — Better

... think before speaking — and try to let what is said always be:

... and mercifully brief!

(thanks to bb-AS; cf. Less More (2005-03-14), Do Less (2007-08-24), Mantra - Do Less, Better (2016-12-14), ...)

- Thursday, August 09, 2018 at 05:48:20 (EDT)


As I Lay Me Down

On heavy mental rotation during the 2010-10-23 - Quad State Quad Buster, this lovely poetic song by Sophie B. Hawkins "As I Lay Me Down":

It felt like spring time on this February morning
In a courtyard birds were singing your praise
I'm still recalling things you said to make me feel all right
I carried them with me today
Now

As I lay me down to sleep
This I pray
That you will hold me dear
Though I'm far away
I'll whisper your name into the sky
And I will wake up happy

I wonder why I feel so high
Though I am not above the sorrow
Heavy hearted
Till you call my name
And it sounds like church bells
Or the whistle of a train
On a summer evening
I'll run to meet you
Barefoot, barely breathing
...

- Wednesday, August 08, 2018 at 04:48:17 (EDT)


2018-07-18 - New Hampshire Stroll with Dr M

~3.1 mi @ ~19.6 min/mi

Beaver Lake Number 2

"Beaver Lake #2!" says Dr Mary Ewell. We're walking in her new neighborhood, an out-and-back past lovely homes, dirt roads, dense stands of trees, narrow streams, and rough-hewn hand-painted wooden signs. Towns in the southwest corner of New Hampshire bear names like Spofford, Westmoreland, and Keene. Ducks and turtles paddle in the ponds. The Vermont 100 race, where Mary will crew for Roadkill, looms in a few days. Time to take it easy!

(trackfile)

- Tuesday, August 07, 2018 at 06:07:24 (EDT)


Buena Vida

mural on Buena Vida restaurant in Silver Spring

Mural on the Buena Vida restaurant building in downtown Silver Spring, Maryland ...

- Monday, August 06, 2018 at 21:23:56 (EDT)


2018-07-13 - Fructooligosaccharides

~4.6 mi @ ~14.2 min/mi

"Fructooligosaccharides and diet cola!" Roadkill and K-Rex are Yin and Yang of healthy diet, polar opposites, with K2 perhaps somewhere in between. Dawn Patrol analyzes probiotics and what fraction of their goodness is placebo effect as we ramble 'round McLean. Rabbit count = 3 on a humid-cool morning. Angular new mansions are critiqued for their windows (too few or too many), their garages (always too many), and their incongruity with neighboring homes. A colleague's funeral today leads to comments on the film "What We Did on Our Holiday" and trail talk about long-ago events, forgiveness, and what's really important in life. How marvelous to be able to start the day with feats of strength and endurance, with friends, with iced coffee, and with mindful conversation!

(trackfile)

- Sunday, August 05, 2018 at 04:39:53 (EDT)


In Your Eyes

From the beautiful song by Peter Gabriel, "In Your Eyes", lyric sentiments for those who forget themselves in the struggle to help others:

Love, I don't like to see so much pain
    So much wasted and this moment keeps slipping away
I get so tired of working so hard for our survival
    I look to the time with you to keep me awake and alive ...

and the refrain, perhaps a reminder to pause and breathe and love and appreciate the Now and Here:

In your eyes, the light the heat
In your eyes, I am complete
    In your eyes, I see the doorway to a thousand churches
    In your eyes, the resolution of all the fruitless searches
In your eyes, I see the light and the heat
In your eyes, oh, I want to be that complete
    I want to touch the light, the heat I see in your eyes ...

(cf Mystery Religion (2005-02-08), Nothing But Faith in Nothing (2014-09-07), Story of My Life (2016-03-04), Mantra - Things Can Only Get Better (2016-09-11), Stand by You (2017-01-11), Heroes (We Could Be) (2018-01-25), ...)

- Saturday, August 04, 2018 at 05:13:21 (EDT)


2018-07-11 - Golden Iron Lions

~6.4 mi @ ~12.7 min/mi

http://zhurnaly.com/images/golden_iron_gate_2018-07-11a_t.jpg"Since all of the houses are designed that way suddenly it's not weird any more!" Dawn Patrol eyes long slanty garage roofs that look like they will channel massive quantities of snow onto driveways in wintertime. We ramble through a new neighborhood in search of connector streets. K2 spots a deer nibbling a front yard garden. Black iron security gates are decorated with golden shapes. A path is marked "Private Park". Really?

"What a wonderful gift!" Roadkill thanks K2 for suggesting today's novel route along Swinks Mill Road. In Scotts Run Nature Preserve a happy puppy dashes up to us — the same one who met us here a week ago!

(trackfile)

- Friday, August 03, 2018 at 07:05:30 (EDT)


Truth and Beauty

Ann Patchett's telling of her decades-long soul-deep bond to Lucy Grealy — Truth & Beauty: A Friendship — is a beautifully drawn portrait of a liar, genius, addict, victim, hero, master manipulator, and poet. Grealy was all of these, though perhaps less rather than more. Given the prism of passionate love that Patchett views her dear flawed comrade through, it's hard to know how much is real and how much is selective reporting. Grealy's psychological state sinks into abyssal depths as the narrative proceeds. Her childhood cancer, interminable experimental-reconstructive surgeries, near-constant pain, substance abuse, and boundless sexual promiscuity eventually pile up like multiple train wrecks.

And yet ... her love and brilliant writing ... and her profound emptiness ...

Grealy's letters, as quoted by Patchett, are sinews that hold the book together:

Those metaphors ... and Patchett's constant, selfless support ...

Truth & Beauty is a funhouse mirror in which, perhaps, reflections of every deep relationship can be seen.

Ms Patchett, you tried. No one can save every broken bird — but for Lucy, you tried. Thank you for sharing the trying.

- Thursday, August 02, 2018 at 05:13:12 (EDT)


2018-07-08 - Pizza Prep

~6.5 mi @ ~13 min/mi

"Aggressive resting: pizza is half price today!" A flock of friends suffer from injuries and wisely stay home despite lovely-cool weather this morning. Gayatri did ~17 miles yesterday and for no imaginable reason has achy feet today; Doc Barry prescribes retail shoe therapy.

"Runners up!" warn pack leaders as training groups trot along Rock Creek Trail. We step aside to applaud and cheer as they pass. Santa Steve and Joyce pause to chat with us and exchange belated-birthday fist-bump salutes. The Beach Boys are on heavy rotation in Barry's playlist.

(trackfile)

- Tuesday, July 31, 2018 at 05:08:23 (EDT)


Good Race

A Good Race is:

... hmmm — or is that a Good Life?

(cf What Is My Life (1999-04-30), Logo Vision (2003-05-03), Improving My Mind (2003-06-22), This Is Water (2009-05-21), What's in My Journal (2017-10-29), ...)

- Monday, July 30, 2018 at 04:47:42 (EDT)


2018-07-07 - Teen Tragedy Tunes

~20.4 mi @ ~14.3 min/mi

"Dead Man's Curve!" Barry has a flashback to the 1963 song by Jan & Dean at mile 3, as we run the no-sidewalk blind-corner Newcastle Avenue. Roadkill reminisces about another teen tragedy tune from the same era, "Last Kiss", as covered by Pearl Jam. And almost 4 hours later at mile 19 Roadkill trots homeward along the narrow shoulder of another sharp curve when who should zoom around the bend on his way to get 7-11 coffee from Mr Singh? Barry in his new car! Beep Beep!

"I've got a surprise gift for you!" Dr Stephanie meets Roadkill at her home for today's middle 9 miles, and shares much mindful conversation plus a happy lap around the Tilden Middle School track. (Barry branches off earlier as he tapers for the Missoula Marathon next weekend.) Baby bunnies scamper under bushes to hide. Trail talk turns philosophical, about the tragedy of narcissistic people who lie, manipulate, insult, and surely suffer themselves as they inflict suffering on others. We concur on the contrasting goodness of stable, caring, sincere, patient love — especially when combined with fun personal chemistry! The line at Starbucks is far too long to merit a break for iced coffee. A few miles later kind Caitlin brings ice water and ice pops. Bless you, Angel of Aid!

"No drama? Normal people would consider running 100 miles rather dramatic!" There's so much to be thankful for in this great world - not least, another surprise gift from Dr Fonda: a handful of chilled dark chocolate chips from her freezer to power the final miles. Thank you!

(trackfile)

- Sunday, July 29, 2018 at 04:29:40 (EDT)


Mood Rings

Pebble falls into a pond,
Hammer strikes a brassy gong:
Waves ripple outward, rise and fade
— until quiet returns.

Just so when crimson panic flares
Or anger-fires seize a heart:
Emotions ripple, rise and fade
— until quiet returns.

(cf Quiet in There (2011-05-31), Mind Like Water (2011-12-24), ...)

- Saturday, July 28, 2018 at 05:54:55 (EDT)


2018-07-06 - Show Car

~6.5 mi @ ~13.0 min/mi

"A Show Car!" says K-Rex. We marvel at three big windows, covering half the front of the mansion, solely to provide a view into the garage. "They should put that car on a turntable with spotlights!" Dawn Patrol rambles east on a warm morning; local showers cool us; humidity is oppressive. At McLean High School a spotted fawn leaps past the tennis courts. We pause to send K2 a selfie from Starbucks.

(trackfile)

- Friday, July 27, 2018 at 04:41:30 (EDT)


2018-07-04 - Dreams of Knowledge

~8.5 mi @ ~13.8 min/mi

"Sweat Badge — Earned!" says Molly, as she and Caitlin run up the hill from Sligo Creek. It's a super-warm and humid Independence Day.Takoma Park mural
Takoma Park muralInstead of celebrating as planned beginning at 0704 on 07/04 we honor another American icon by starting 7:11am.
Roadkill's meandering pre-trek features 1 deer, 3 rabbits, a 4-storey 100-story Little Free Library, and a mutant turtle statue covered with proverbs.Takoma Park mural
Takoma Park muralThe group loop around Takoma Park pauses for photography of a toucan mural and a starry night of knowledge triptych.

(trackfile)

- Thursday, July 26, 2018 at 06:01:09 (EDT)


Intermittent Fasting

Since at least 2013 various kind ultra-comrades have recommended "intermittent fasting", an approach to health for which the Jury of Science (statistically-significant and well-controlled peer-reviewed studies) remains out. IF proponents suggest that by varying one's caloric intake more widely — e.g., eating very little for 12-18 hours/day, or alternatively a couple of days/week — one might see improvement in various objective biological parameters such as insulin or human growth hormone levels. Hmmm!

"No new super-powers!" is the anecdotal observation after intermittent ^z personal experiments in IF over a few months in 2018: no weight loss, no improvement in running, no deep insights as to the nature of reality, etc.

Yet definitely there's a subjective increase in mindfulness and awareness of eating, a drop in thoughtless munching. Perhaps that's more than enough return on investment?

(cf 2013-03-10 - DST E-W Meandering, Notice and Return (2013-03-11), 2018-03-17 - Intermittent Fasting, ...)

- Wednesday, July 25, 2018 at 05:00:48 (EDT)


2018-07-02 - Scotts Run Run

~6.7 mi @ ~15.1 min/mi

"No, that's not a baseball cap, it's a BRA!" A personal artifact found abandoned on the River Trail provokes hypothesis generation. The rising sun glints off the Potomac as Dawn Patrol surveys Scotts Run Nature Preserve on a steamy morning. K2 stops to let a small snake slither across the steep path. Cute little dogs offer a pause-to-pet opportunity. Recent floods have left muddy patches and detritus across the blue-blazed trail. K-Rex spots a pair of big deer retreating through the woods. A few miles later another deer dances away in Churchill Road Park.

"Not to throw a damper on the day, but ..." says somebody, as trail talk touches upon a situation that could have been handled better. At trek's end we raise glasses in a toast: "Ice water — thank you!"

(trackfile)

- Tuesday, July 24, 2018 at 06:59:15 (EDT)


Running vs Drinking

From Running with the Kenyans by Adharanand Finn:

... running is like getting drunk in reverse. With drinking, it feels great at first, but then you start feeling awful. With running, you feel awful at first, but then, after you finish, you feel great. That sounds like a much better deal. ...

... hmmmmmmmm — sounds like the application of a Category Theory principle!

- Monday, July 23, 2018 at 04:47:33 (EDT)


2018-07-01 - Kensington Ramble

~11.3 mi @ ~15.0 min/mi

http://zhurnaly.com/images/running/Ken-Gar_meadow_fog_nuclear_fireworks_2018-07-01.jpgSnaky string lies S-shaped on the street -- and several steps later, a sad snake, squashed. New cut-through to Blueford Road leads past front-yard happy putti sculptures and a classic car hood ornament. Sultry fog lingers low over Ken-Gar meadow, where a depleted "Nuclear Warhead" firework shell remains. Big deer stare, then flee.
"My heart is heavy!" says Gayatri, and shares memories of a friend who passed away last evening. Legs likewise feel leaden after long runs in yesterday's heat. Barry soars up the hills as we meander to connect the Matthew Henson and Rock Creek trails.

"Knock, knock!" No answer from a tap on Mike & Adeline's door. Yesterday they accepted fist-bump salutes as they led training groups near the Mormon Temple; today they're likely running crazy mountains!
http://zhurnaly.com/images/running/Kensington_lawn_art_girl_skirt_planter_2018-07-01.jpg

(trackfile)

- Sunday, July 22, 2018 at 05:56:20 (EDT)


2018-06-30 - Rabbit Run with Amy and Barry

~21.7 mi @ ~13.8 min/mi

"16 rabbits!" Does Amy pull them out of her hat? Today for 2.5 miles she's Coney Conjuror, Bunny Whisperer, Hare Raiser, as the creatures materialize at a rate of more than 6 cottontails/mile. We meet and take the Bethesda Trolley Trail north past Georgetown Prep, swing by Dr Fonda's home (did someone knock on the door and then run away? who would do such a thing?), and return via Strathmore Arts.

"Thin Ice!" warns the sign on a pond behind an apartment complex. On the way to Amy's 'hood a Great Blue Heron poses by a puddle. A front-yard waterfall ripple-roils past an owl statue. Two big deer munch a garden salad.

"No, I'm trying a new product called 'FAIL'!" says Barry, explaining why he doesn't need a SUCCEED! electrolyte capsule in spite of today's heat and humidity. We meet near the Mormon Temple and do a couple of loops around it, varying our route to explore neighborhood streets. Sweet peach tea from the Old Town Market in Kensington helps lower core temp at mile 18. Dehydration weight loss is only ~2 lbs, thanks to 2 bottles of Gatorade, 6 Succeed e-caps, and a couple of pints of water.

(trackfile)

- Friday, July 20, 2018 at 06:40:35 (EDT)



For back issues of the ^zhurnal see Volumes v.01 (April-May 1999), v.02 (May-July 1999), v.03 (July-September 1999), v.04 (September-November 1999), v.05 (November 1999 - January 2000), v.06 (January-March 2000), v.07 (March-May 2000), v.08 (May-June 2000), v.09 (June-July 2000), v.10 (August-October 2000), v.11 (October-December 2000), v.12 (December 2000 - February 2001), v.13 (February-April 2001), v.14 (April-June 2001), 0.15 (June-August 2001), 0.16 (August-September 2001), 0.17 (September-November 2001), 0.18 (November-December 2001), 0.19 (December 2001 - February 2002), 0.20 (February-April 2002), 0.21 (April-May 2002), 0.22 (May-July 2002), 0.23 (July-September 2002), 0.24 (September-October 2002), 0.25 (October-November 2002), 0.26 (November 2002 - January 2003), 0.27 (January-February 2003), 0.28 (February-April 2003), 0.29 (April-June 2003), 0.30 (June-July 2003), 0.31 (July-September 2003), 0.32 (September-October 2003), 0.33 (October-November 2003), 0.34 (November 2003 - January 2004), 0.35 (January-February 2004), 0.36 (February-March 2004), 0.37 (March-April 2004), 0.38 (April-June 2004), 0.39 (June-July 2004), 0.40 (July-August 2004), 0.41 (August-September 2004), 0.42 (September-November 2004), 0.43 (November-December 2004), 0.44 (December 2004 - February 2005), 0.45 (February-March 2005), 0.46 (March-May 2005), 0.47 (May-June 2005), 0.48 (June-August 2005), 0.49 (August-September 2005), 0.50 (September-November 2005), 0.51 (November 2005 - January 2006), 0.52 (January-February 2006), 0.53 (February-April 2006), 0.54 (April-June 2006), 0.55 (June-July 2006), 0.56 (July-September 2006), 0.57 (September-November 2006), 0.58 (November-December 2006), 0.59 (December 2006 - February 2007), 0.60 (February-May 2007), 0.61 (April-May 2007), 0.62 (May-July 2007), 0.63 (July-September 2007), 0.64 (September-November 2007), 0.65 (November 2007 - January 2008), 0.66 (January-March 2008), 0.67 (March-April 2008), 0.68 (April-June 2008), 0.69 (July-August 2008), 0.70 (August-September 2008), 0.71 (September-October 2008), 0.72 (October-November 2008), 0.73 (November 2008 - January 2009), 0.74 (January-February 2009), 0.75 (February-April 2009), 0.76 (April-June 2009), 0.77 (June-August 2009), 0.78 (August-September 2009), 0.79 (September-November 2009), 0.80 (November-December 2009), 0.81 (December 2009 - February 2010), 0.82 (February-April 2010), 0.83 (April-May 2010), 0.84 (May-July 2010), 0.85 (July-September 2010), 0.86 (September-October 2010), 0.87 (October-December 2010), 0.88 (December 2010 - February 2011), 0.89 (February-April 2011), 0.90 (April-June 2011), 0.91 (June-August 2011), 0.92 (August-October 2011), 0.93 (October-December 2011), 0.94 (December 2011-January 2012), 0.95 (January-March 2012), 0.96 (March-April 2012), 0.97 (April-June 2012), 0.98 (June-September 2012), 0.99 (September-November 2012), 0.9901 (November-December 2012), 0.9902 (December 2012-February 2013), 0.9903 (February-March 2013), 0.9904 (March-May 2013), 0.9905 (May-July 2013), 0.9906 (July-September 2013), 0.9907 (September-October 2013), 0.9908 (October-December 2013), 0.9909 (December 2013-February 2014), 0.9910 (February-May 2014), 0.9911 (May-July 2014), 0.9912 (July-August 2014), 0.9913 (August-October 2014), 0.9914 (November 2014-January 2015), 0.9915 (January-April 2015), 0.9916 (April-July 2015), 0.9917 (July-September 2015), 0.9918 (September-November 2015), 0.9919 (November 2015-January 2016), 0.9920 (January-April 2016), 0.9921 (April-June 2016), 0.9922 (June-July 2016), 0.9923 (July-September 2016), 0.9924 (October-December 2016), 0.9925 (January-February 2017), 0.9926 (March-April 2017), 0.9927 (May-June 2017), 0.9928 (June-October 2017), 0.9929 (October-December 2017), 0.9930 (December 2017-March 2018), 0.9931 (March-April 2018), 0.9932 (May-July 2018), ... Current Volume. Send comments and suggestions to z (at) his.com. Thank you! (Copyright © 1999-2018 by Mark Zimmermann.)


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