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SF Signal Welcomes Jeff Patterson!

It is our distinct pleasure to welcome Jeff Patterson to our ranks!

As is tradition here – starting with Jeff, that is – I asked Jeff to describe himself in the third person, a skill every blogger (and not coincidentally, every stalker) should have. Here’s what Jeff has to say about “Jeff”:

By some fortuitous circumstance Jeff Patterson was born on September 1, 1962, the day the White House announced that the world population had exceeded three billion people, so he figures that was him. In ancient days he had stories published in obscure, short-lived, low-paying and generally unread periodicals. These days he runs Bad Day Studio, known mainly for its annual Holiday Cards. These were collected in a book called Solstice Chronicles. He hopes to get his blog Gravity Lens back up to speed soon.

Nice way to plug your site, Jeff! It’s all about you, isn’t it? 🙂

Welcome aboard, Jeff!

Now get to work. Oh, and New Guy buys everyone else bagels…

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4 Comments on SF Signal Welcomes Jeff Patterson!

  1. It’s Texas, we prefer kolaches to bagels, preferably with jalapenos.

    Welcome, Jeff!

  2. I’ll take a nice bagel. Make sure you have fresh cream cheese, I would like some nice lox, along with a slice of tomato and some crisp onion.


    Can you tell I’m **not** from Texas but the NY region?

  3. We have trouble finding Nova Bits in CT. One super market chain carries them, that’s it. Everyone else has salmon flavored cream cheese, which is so goy.

    Yes, I’m scottish, but Rabbi Solender was my billiard partner for four years, so I know from lox.

    And while we’re here, what ever happened to the basic donut? Must every donut have crap on bith the inside and outside?

    Now I’m hungry…


  4. Glad to see you blogging here Jeff. I’ve been reading Gravity Lens since way back when.

    I hope to get my blog back up to speed again “soon” too. (Fred’s been doing a great job guest-co-blogging, but time for me to put the Texas back into the best grok).

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