#1 RULE

May 24, 2017

#1 rule on how to survive being old: Make no sudden moves.

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A SENTENCE BY MARGARET ATWOOD

May 7, 2017

Their clothes looked as if they’d covered themselves in glue, then rolled around in hundred-dollar bills. – a couple with new money described rather well in The Blind Assassin

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NEW DIGS

April 24, 2017

Pictured is a deceptively peaceful dawn at the new digs behind hastily constructed defensive fortifications awaiting the inevitable attack of the pigeon horde. Wounds sustained in earlier encounters, though gruesome in appearance, are not life threatening.

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NOT SO FAST, SPRING, SAYS SOUTH LAKE TAHOE

April 11, 2017
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TOPPLE

April 8, 2017

Get out the knitting needles, Agnes, it’s oligarchy toppling time again.

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BORIS KARLOFF’S GRANDMOTHER’S SISTER

April 5, 2017

Boris Karloff’s grandmother’s sister aka Anna Leonowens aka the I in The King and I

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ANOTHER JERUSALEM SENTENCE

March 21, 2017

This had become a major point of trade that had supplied the customers who drew the girls, who brought the pimps, who dealt the drugs, which bred the guns that shot the kids who lived in the house that crack built. – from Alan Moore’s amazing novel, Jerusalem.

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INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY

March 8, 2017
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SPEECH REVIEW

March 1, 2017

Supporters see a fine presidential speech, while others see an enemy of decency pretending to care.

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JOHN ROSS

February 27, 2017

John Ross, Cherokee, the guy who should be on the $20 bill instead of the guy who is on it now

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