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 Living as we doth in this age of Technologie, 'tis easy to believest that many Things we take for granted are new. 1,000 years ago, there was naught Internet. No reality Television. ("Tiger King" meant somethinge quyte different.) And a "Hybrid" was a Cart powered by an Ox and a Mule. But verily...
08/31/2020
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 Coronavirus has upended nearly every aspect of American life, including of course sports. First was the chaos of interrupting leagues mid-season with no idea when, or if, they would ever return. Next was the oddity of playing games in arenas filled with cardboard cutouts of fans and their dogs. ...
08/17/2020
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 In 2004, Stephanie Meyer sparked a bona fide cultural phenomenon with her debut novel, Twilight, recounting the romance between 17-year-old schoolgirl Bella Swan and 109-year-old "vegetarian" vampire Edward Cullen. (He only drinks animal blood, not human.) The story spawned four books, five movi...
08/10/2020
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  One of the delights of living in America is the variety of local delicacies that different places champion as their own. Maine's lobster rolls serve up a briny mouthful of golden summer tucked into a lightly-toasted bun. Wisconsin is home to amazing cheeses: milk's bid for immortality. Nashvil...
07/27/2020
 2020 threw a huge wrench into everything and the IRS collections proceedings are no exception.  With the tax deadline pushed until July 15th and a lot of the IRS closed under shelter at home orders due to COVID19, to the IRS being tasked with sending millions of Americans their stimulus checks, ...
07/26/2020
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 Forty years ago this weekend, Orion Pictures released a comedy producers pitched as "Animal House on a golf course." The movie featured a scrappy bunch of misfit locals battling a group of rich snobs played by ad-libbing comedy legends. And while reviews were underwhelming, it went on to gross $...
07/20/2020
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 Coronavirus has millions of Americans rethinking where they choose to live, especially crowded cities. Back in February and March, New Yorkers led the charge, fleeing the petri dish that Manhattan had become to vacation homes in places like the Hamptons and Martha's Vineyard. Silicon Valley tech...
07/13/2020
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 Colleges looking to compete for students have added new fields like cybersecurity, political campaign management, and even beer fermentation. (That last one seems a bit indulgent, given how many college students pursue rigorous self-study programs in malt beverages with no promise of academic cr...
07/06/2020
 With the filing deadline moving from the traditional date of April 15th to July 15th because of the coronavirus pandemic, it can be tempting to put off filing your taxes for as long as possible.  Most taxpayers dread the tedious task of compiling their financial records, tax documents and filing...
06/20/2020
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 Here in the United States, the National Football League's "Hypomatic 3000" machine works day and night to convince us that our brand of football is the most important contest in the world. But everywhere else, the people we call "soccer" fans know their game is what counts. Last year, a hundred ...
06/19/2020
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