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Greetings and Salutations (and Other Insincere Forms of Expression)

Dear Reader, To begin with, can we stop using the word Dear. Dear means beloved, precious, priceless, or rare. I don’t have that kind of relationship with my phone company, nor do I want one. We can still be friends,

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Putin vs. Poutine (or The Gentrification of Fast Food and the Third World War)

So, you can tell a lot about a person by the kind of cheese they eat. If you look in the average person’s fridge, you’re going to find some mozzarella and cheddar, maybe some swiss or parmesan. Perhaps you live

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Posted in Things I know less about than I think

What Took You So Long (or My Inner Dialogue Part Six)

[Part 1] [Part 2] [Part 3] [Part 4] [Part 5] “So, I’m talking to myself…wait, how does it go? So I’m talking to myself and I say ‘Hey, me!’” “EEE-yeeesss!” “You don’t have to say it like that.” “Like what?”

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Dressed To Kill

Dressed To Kill (or Are You Really Going Out In That?) An open letter to all the anti-fashionistas out there. To whom it may concern, Seriously, what are you wearing? Take a good look at yourself in a floor length

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Glutton for Punishment (or My Inner Dialogue Part 3)

So, I’m talking to myself and I say, “Hey, me.” [silence] “Cut it out. I know you’re there.” [silence] “Fine. I’ll just sing sea chanties until you answer me.” “Wait. What? Sorry, I was just thinking to myself.” “I didn’t

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Romance in the Modern Age (or Looking for Love in All the Wrong Places)

So break out the wine and the Barry White, it’s time to talk romance. No, this isn’t a discussion about smutty books, not that there’s anything wrong with that. I’m talking about connecting with real people here. There has been

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Posted in Best Of Verbatim Gibberish, Things I know less about than I think

Consumption Culture (or Are You Going to Eat That?)

Everywhere I go, people are eating something. I go to the park and there are sodas and ice cream cones. I go to the shopping mall and people are wandering around with a cup of coffee and a danish. I

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