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Look What My Girlfriend Did!

Which is not to say, by way of exclamation point, that such things as will be shown below are rare.  The truth is that Megan is pretty amazing and creative and stylin’. Also, I am not biased at all. As … Continue reading

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Live-Blogging Le Grande Experiment!

I don’t speak French, so I don’t know what the equivalent of experiment is (Exupéry?) and you’ll simply have to imagine me saying the above title in a bad French accent, as though you are watching a B-movie which, at … Continue reading

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On Giving Up All Pretense

For example, keeping this blog regularly updated. It’s true, I managed to pound out a post a day for a year and so one would think (wouldn’t one?) that writing a post a week (at the least) would be relatively … Continue reading

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Confessions of a Letter Writer

Dear Everyone, I really love writing letters. I say this even though, for the most part, I type them and, for the most part, I’ve written very few letters over the years.  Last year, for example, I wrote twenty-nine. Which, … Continue reading

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On the Inability of Convincing Anyone of Anything

Dear Angry Philosopher: Can you convince anyone of anything? Troubled in Toledo Dear Troubled: NO! *** Dear Angry Philosopher: Can you convince someone of something? Bedazzled in Brownsville Dear Bedazzled: Sometimes. I suppose. What is it exactly that you want … Continue reading

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On What is Broken Cannot Be Mended

I am writing this to you from the void.  My blog is broken through my own efforts, but mine own efforts cannot fix the problem (namely because I’m not such a techie and the blog and all requisite files are … Continue reading

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On An Experiment on a Bird in the Air Pump

So Brendan asks, so he shall receive: Long awaited, little declaimed, little messay of good intentions regarding art and art’s consequences! Can you handle it? If not, please leave the room at this time. So, Joseph Wright is the painter … Continue reading

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