Monthly Archives: December 2010

Any Arbitrary Midnight

It happens. You get old and you write off the whole New Year’s Eve thing. The last place you’d want to be is in Times Square. Disney and Giuliani might have cleaned up the place, so it’s no longer porn … Continue reading

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On Accepting the Natural Order of Things

By all accounts Alexander Pope was a short and quite unpleasant man – four-foot-six and a hunchback – and with a chip on his shoulder from being a Catholic in Anglican England, and thus a double-outcast. Think of Marty Feldman … Continue reading

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