Category Archives: Patronizing the Public

Still Dead

No one really gets old in America – you’ve seen the Viagra commercials. They just get cool in a different sort of way, like Clint Eastwood or Betty White. They get all what-the-hell loose and, presumably, devastatingly honest about everything, … Continue reading

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Time to Exit the Pretentious Sixties

Why was that? What were we thinking? Perhaps everyone asks themselves those questions, sooner or later. Those of us who were off to college in the autumn of 1965 and finished with it in June 1969 are the ones who … Continue reading

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