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Why the Boston Marathon is a vital symbol for social order

By Christopher Cudworth While doing some digging in the back yard to move some sidewalk pavers I tipped up a 2’ X 2’ stone and found a colony of orange ants scurrying around. Technically they were probably a species of red … Continue reading

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A New York City Marathon to ponder

By Christopher Cudworth When Midge-Taylor Good received texted photos of cars floating in a water-filled New York City street, she had the good sense to consider that her lifetime goal of running the New York City Marathon might not happen … Continue reading

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