Season’s Greetings

’Tis the season!  You can tell, because Black Friday has come and gone and now they’re advertising doorbuster sales for Christmas day.  Black Friday was the wonderful invention of some civic-minded committee determined to help burnt-out Americans celebrate their glorious day off by giving thanks for alarm clocks and lines that stretch around the block. ... Continue Reading →

Joyful January

January 2 ought to be known as Anticlimax Day.  The turkey is getting a little... ripe, the lights are coming down, the New Year's Resolutions have already been broken, the batteries in the new toys have died.  The parties are over, the eggnog's run out, the radio is playing the same old songs from October... Continue Reading →

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