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Lessons on Coronavirus from a Starbucks run

After delivering our pup to doggy daycare this morning, I stopped at the Starbucks a mile away and found it was closed. I was open earlier this week when I picked up drinks to bring back home for my wife … Continue reading

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Is 12/12/12 a supposedly lucky day? Well, bring it on.

A year ago this morning my wife Linda emerged from surgery to remove a cancerous tumor at the base of her pelvis. The surgeon also repaired a hernia resulting from several previous surgeries. For 7 years my wife has been … Continue reading

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Running and Riding Through the Tarsnakes of Unemployment

The Sanitary Sewer of Unemployment By Christopher Cudworth See that photo above? It’s a Sanitary Sewer cover on a neighborhood street. The term “sanitary sewer” is an oxymoron if you think about it. Or a euphemism, which is just as … Continue reading

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