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Only one day left of this ridiculous campaign. Much as I love to have NPR on as I potter around the house, today I think I will maintain radio silence.

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 Hurray for Lance Baxter! I was never a big fan of a gecko with a cockney accent selling insurance (wtf?), but my mother-in-law laughs whenever she sees it, so I figure the lizard had his own demographic.  (more…)

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 “Beware the Ides of March …   (more…)

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 People have asked me to be honest. I had one, two, three requests last Fall, and I had a notion for a post, too, to revisit some prior ruminations on honesty, and humanity, and I did … nothing.

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Raising a Stink

Omens, warnings, signs — we usually sense them by sight or sound. I suppose you can taste something and know it’s a sign of trouble (what else kept the king’s taste-tester employed, right up to a potential untimely demise?), but do you think signs can be olfactory?

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 One of the worst things about living in the U.S. of A. for the last 28 years has been the glorying in selfishness and greed.

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My friend Dave came over to help me bottle this winter’s lager. It was good to catch up, and he had the amusing news that he had been to a rock concert for the first time in, well, years. The Moody Blues were in town. Yup, dinosaur rock. Someone had canceled in the 11th hour, and Dave answered the call. He said it was a trip — and there was no need for mind-altering chemicals to take it, either.
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