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Dry run opposed to wet run

So I get this text from a friend of mine. He asks if I’ve finished my article. Not quite yet I say, said I was contemplating the actual apocalypse now underway. And that was last week’s apocalypse. My mom said […]

Dry run opposed to wet run

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So I get this text from a friend of mine. He asks if I’ve finished my article. Not quite yet I say, said I was contemplating the actual apocalypse now underway. And that was last week’s apocalypse. My mom said […]

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Happy Labor Day

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Twenty thousand counter protestors showed up on the Boston Commons to counter a “free speech” rally that had been planned. The ones promoting free speech were apparently looking to

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Patrick leaves lodging up to me. I’ve got a decent track record for finding interesting places to stay – everything from friends of friends to boats to a hostel

Charlottesville: Hearing our pain

What has happened in Charlottesville, VA has been a catalyst for so much pain and anger in our country. We saw very angry white men, some carrying weapons, shouting

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