Tag Archives: Richard Einhorn (tristero)

Closing In On Closure

The oddest modern American fear seems to be widely held, if somewhat vague – the fear that you’ll never achieve closure, and thus you’ll never be able to be able to move on. You see, nightmares should end. At least that’s … Continue reading

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Raging Against the System

It’s a strange thing. Over the last ten years or so political commentary was opened to the masses. It seems that the internet was not just for shopping and amateur videos of that cat playing piano or whatever, and for … Continue reading

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Our Own Ministry of Silly Walks

The problem is that getting old and useless provides perspective. Leaving teaching – which was so pleasant so many years ago – for the business world – made the idea of trying to discuss Dickens with surly fifteen-year-olds seem quite … Continue reading

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