barn·storm  (bärnstôrm)

v. barn·stormed, barn·storm·ing, barn·storms

1. To travel around the countryside making political speeches, giving lectures, or presenting theatrical performances.

2. To appear at county fairs and carnivals in exhibitions of stunt flying and parachute jumping.

3. To travel around an area appearing in exhibition sports events, especially baseball games.

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This blog comprises a lot of different things. It started out as mostly ruminations on the state of social networking, but it’s expanded into discussions of social and political issues as well as male/female interactions. I won’t be talking about baseball much, though. Just a heads up. That’s only one possible interpretation of the word ‘barnstorm,’ and it’s got nothing to do with me.

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