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Entry 900: Detour to Death

So I was driving around South Florida recently, thinking that it must be the most accident-prone region in the country. This was based on the number of billboards I was passing, all asking questions like: “Injured?” “Car accident?” “Injured in … Continue reading

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Retro Holiday Post: All Your Independence Day Questions Answered

I thought I’d take July 4th Eve off and repost my holiday piece from last year (with a few updates). Well, tomorrow is America’s big celebration, our day to show all the world how successful a true democracy can be … Continue reading

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Entry 868: I Bet They Really Know the Alphabet By Now

Our granddaughter Sydney, who just turned one year old, has a lot of toys. Most of them fall into one of two categories: Toys with many pieces. Toys that talk. Both categories are annoying, but today I’d like to talk … Continue reading

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Entry 867: Happy Birthday, Syd

Well, today is our granddaughter Sydney’s first birthday and she’s going to have a party tomorrow. It’s going to be a surprise party because, at one year old, pretty much everything is a surprise. I mean, at that age, you … Continue reading

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Entry 822: Merry Merry

Have a great Christmas holiday and see you soon!

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Entry 806: Greetings from Florida

I thought I’d share with my readers this letter that I recently didn’t receive from the Florida Department of Tourism. Unlike other mail sent from Florida this week to people who don’t particularly care for President Trump, this had no … Continue reading

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Flashback Post: Please Rain on Our Parade

In honor of Columbus Day weekend, here’s a post from over six years ago in which I asked the burning question: Why is there no Jew Day Parade in New York City? (Don’t worry; it eventually gets to Columbus.) Why … Continue reading

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