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The Past and Present of Old World Reds
Following an afternoon with my weekly study and tasting group yesterday, I left my lovable group of wine geeks with a half a bottle of remaining Saint-Emilion, and the sobering realization that France is far more the yester-year of the modern wine industry than it is the present, much less the future. 1,043 more words
All Quiet on the Western Front, Erich Maria Remarque
The WWI anti-war novel that Nazi Germany burned for its message. Follows a twenty year old protagonist and the horrifying mental and physical conditions of the trenches. 580 more words
Juneau has had a week of melting combined with rain to wash away the awesome build-up of snow that we were experiencing. Despite the conditions that have conspired to wreck our skiing, there was enough cover to ski today with sunshine to boot. 480 more words
Dominic Strauss-Kahn will take the hit for bankers, and be fed like so much meat to the New York sharks.
McInerny…slightly blurred vision?
In today’s Independent on Sunday, … 2,243 more words