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Mozart, Alexander L. Lipson, and Russian 1 with Professor Gribble

On Thursday, November 16, 2017, I heard a performance at Carnegie Hall of Mozart’s String Quartet No. 16 in E-flat major, K. 428 by the Tetzlaff Quartet. 1,590 more words

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philosophy class

Sarah Huckabee Sanders, in a press conference on November 17, 2017, asked about why President Trump tweeted ridiculing and criticizing Al “Frankenstein”

(but had no comment about Roy Moore) 76 more words

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A deep breath of fresh air

Andrew Sullivan wrote a compelling piece, The Danger of Knowing You’re on the ‘Right Side of History’, in New York Magazine.  Sullivan begins:

“I have to say I was deeply moved by the New York 

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A "nuclear" scorched earth information war

Yesterday, Senator Al Franken was exposed, with a photo of him groping the breasts of a fellow USO performer, while she slept.  The media went crazy, Franken apologized, but there’s now an ethics investigation in the works to investigate this matter.    362 more words

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For The Love Of Photography

This post was SUPPOSED to be about how I took some photos in our garden and ‘this is what they look like…’ but as usual, I got a bit carried away and now it’s a tribute to my cameras (I’ll still add the photos at the end*). 435 more words

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The Writer Gets Written About

It’s amazing how things happen. I made a phone call to see if I could get someone to open a museum I wanted to see and this happened. 16 more words

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