Monthly Archives: January 2011

Valentine’s Day: No Need for a Panic Attack

I don’t mean to strike panic into the average male breast, but Valentine’s Day is getting close. Continue reading

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The Politics of Tea

Friday afternoon found me trolling through the establishments of our little town, looking for loose tea, which, obviously, was not in the lumber store, the old fashioned department store (we actually have one of those), or the feed store; neither was it, however, in the grocery store. Continue reading

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Cheap Sandals or Scanty Underwear: It All Depends upon How Old You Are

Now no one can argue that Baby Boomers are not a demographic force all on our own, but this bologna situation is yet another aspect that defines us: in communicating and interacting with the generation above us and the one below, we toggle back and forth between two worlds, two ways of looking at things, two languages. Continue reading

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Cell Phone Arguments: Let’s Keep This in Context

In the old days, back when people inhabited the same spacial dimension when they engaged in exchanging words, the very presence of the other person and the expressions flitting across his or her face sometimes — but not always — served as an inhibitor to going too far and saying too much. Frequently, one or both parties opted to leave the room and cool off. Continue reading

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