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Be Like the Fox

If you wanted to be an English aristocrat in the Victorian age (or perhaps most any age) one needed to hunt foxes.  For years this perplexed me.   1,803 more words

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Just this morning before I head to school to register myself. I had a thought what I can do when the class starts – yes, you’ve read that right; can. 216 more words

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The Three Languages of Politics

Like many of you, I feel frustrated at the polarization of politics today.  Some of this polarization comes with the territory of democracy, but some of it I feel results from failures in technique and imagination. 2,785 more words

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2017-18 Dates, Required Form attached

Dates for next year have been published, and a form sent home with your students that PARENTS MUST SIGN and return by May 12th. In case it didn’t make it’s way home, it is attached here: 154 more words

Same Story, Different Day

Once upon a time a man lived in a good land.  His family prospered, and in time, his children and his children’s children filled this good land.   1,689 more words

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The Imaginarium of Dr. Grotius

“Part of the problem with religion is that it can just be an aestheticization of life,” a young Orthodox priest from Yonkers said. “It’s still late-modern capitalism working its insidious tentacles. 2,197 more words

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