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July 05, 2005


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Is Nanette any relation to Isaac?

Very cool blog, just found it today. What has bothered me about this whole Cruise vs. psychology thing is how its been framed in the media (with notable exceptions such as Salon)as just that, when it should actually be framed as Scientology vs. psychology.

Oh, and regarding Kennedy thimerosal article - I had previously posted a link to the story (on my way out of town) without having given it much investigation. I've since heard much criticism of it, which culminated with me posting a follow-up today with a link to your debunking post.


Am I the only person who had to look up the word "punctilious"?

Yes, you're the only one. I've known what it meant all along: It's the way periods, commas, and apostrophes taste.

Isaac Asimov had a daughter named Nanette, but the names could be a coincidence.

it is pure coincidence that they have same name.

WEDDINGS/CELEBRATIONS; Nanette Asimov, Hugh Byrne
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Published: October 12, 2003
Nanette Asimov and Hugh Drennan Byrne are to be married this evening in San Francisco. Their friend Michael Moradzadeh, who has been named a temporary deputy marriage commissioner by Marin County, Calif., is to officiate at the San Francisco Maritime Museum.

The bride, 44, is a reporter on The San Francisco Chronicle. She graduated from Queens College and received a master's degree in journalism from Columbia. She is the daughter of Ruth Asimov of Roslyn Heights, N.Y., and the late Stanley Asimov, who was the vice president for editorial administration at Newsday in Melville, N.Y.

The bridegroom, 41, is the publisher of Equipment Watch, a San Jose-based unit of Primedia, which publishes directories for the construction trades. He graduated from San Francisco State University. He is a son of Sally Byrne of Palo Alto, Calif., and the late Jack Byrne, who was an editor of reports published by SRI International, the consulting and research organization in Menlo Park, Calif.

The bridegroom's previous marriage ended in divorce.

Above from NYT



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