The other night, I graciously and selflessly accepted a last-minute parental appeal to take my niece, Autumn, to her recreational gymnastics class. At 7:45 p.m. On a Wednesday. Clear across town. In bad winter weather, with little regard for my own personal safety. Aw, it was nothing. I’m all about noble sacrifice in times of […]
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“I drink alone,” rocker George Thorogood snarled in his hit song of the same name. Well, good for you, George. I’m not sure how to respond other than to say that I don’t share your philosophy on the consumption of adult beverages. But your song on the radio this morning reminded me of something, of […]
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