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Black ‘n Blue

I once told my late brother-in-law that two drivers, making otherwise inconsequential mistakes at the very same place and moment, may easily find themselves in a fatal accident. What follows are some otherwise inconsequential black ‘n blue¬†mistakes which, played out at the same place and moment but on a different stage, have turned deadly.

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Size and Other Weighty Matters

On October 25, 2009, CBS Sunday Morning tackled the multifaceted issue of obesity. Here I look at some of the topics covered.

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Reflections in a Puddle

To reflect upon one’s dying is to cast dice. These writings have gained for me such intensity in their collection as to relax from their own content, sinking with each into an obscurity. I scatter them about.

So abandon hope, all ye who enter here!

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