Poet and Priest

First thing to say is that’s not Teddy Roosevelt. Not that there’s anything wrong with TR, awesome in multitudes, though there is as he’s human: being wrong being both feature and bug — that is, a selling point no matter how we view it, Watch a screen 19 seconds to see. This screen’s view is other. Mercy burns. Find the fire.

Things Are Not
What They Seem

(Ask Seek Knock)

I don’t even know how to sell your email address.

Mistaken at Best 51% of the Time

Reluctant Socialite

Words. Thoughts, Mostly. Worth a Peek.

Ensamples

Among the worst things about The Slap is how it has fed self-righteousness in all but the two participants, and they already had it or it wldn’t have happened. But there is Solzhenitsyn, again, with the line between good and evil that cuts through every human heart, and there is Dostoevsky, always, reminding us via

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All You Can Eat Adultery

I get all the adultery I want. It’s true. Ask Michele. Thing is, I don’t want any. You may have guessed this, but others may have thought Wha — ? Aye, and there is the (naked back) rub. I don’t want any adultery because I love my wife. This is true, and it’s the main,

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The Walmart Fairy

Want to know when you can be sure the economy is in the turlet? It’s when even Walmart’s not hiring. According to this item, the company has hired essentially nobody for the last six years. Nobody says it’s since the bankers ripped us off again and the government let them, and all the oceans stopped

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Through the Mist

My daughter has for about 15 years known a stuffed purple rabbit, insouciantly named ‘Rabbito’. She’s quite a handful. The rabbit, I mean, tho come to mention it … Anyway. I provide the voice. Rabbito tends to suffix ‘-ito’ to words — I am Papito, for instance — an ‘l’ in most any location is

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