Monthly Archives: April 2014

Entry 334: Please Do Not Kill People While Driving

Here’s a great example of your tax dollars at work. New York City is receiving an $805,000 federal grant to get young men to drive more safely. According to The New York Post article, the city’s Department of Transportation intends … Continue reading

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Entry 333: The Wedding Blog Part XVI: In or Out

We now continue the ongoing saga of planning the wedding of my daughter Casey and her fiancé Alex, which will be at the Norwalk Aquarium in October. We’re not due to send our invitation list to the invitation lady until … Continue reading

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Entry 332: Don’t Look Up

Welcome to another episode of “Stuff Falling from the Sky,” where we bring you stories of things you should absolutely be worried about bonking you on the head as you walk down the street. I’m not talking about benign bonking here. … Continue reading

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Entry 331: The Wedding Blog Part XV: What’s for Dinner?

I made a terrible, terrible wedding planning mistake this week. I got involved. I offer this as a cautionary tale to any FOTBs who may be reading this. The first thing you need to know is that “FOTB” stands for … Continue reading

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Entry 330: The Big Bag Theory

I don’t generally say much about fashion trends in this blog. If you ever saw how I dress on a typical day, you would know why. Let’s just say that if Mr. Blackwell had any idea who I was, he … Continue reading

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Entry 329: The Wedding Blog Part XIV: A Note of Thanks

So far, I’ve only been writing about the big things you need to have a wedding: a venue, a caterer, a band, a groom, etc. But there are also a lot of little things. A wedding, like a fine automobile, … Continue reading

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Entry 328: Do Not Pass GO

I’m getting just a little tired of the Wiki-peation of the world. It started with the mass destruction of the Encyclopaedia Brittanica. Why have scholarly articles written by experts in their fields when you can have the conductor on the … Continue reading

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