Back up and running

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You probably didn’t notice but the blog was on a brief, unplanned hiatus as I had some minor issues with my hosting account resolved. But all should be good now. I hope. In fact, this post is ju... [Read More]

Kiss me, I’m… not sure

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St. Patrick’s Day was last week. And even though I definitely have some Irish ancestry, I don’t particularly identify as Irish. Or as anything, really, other than American. I’m alway... [Read More]

Kiss me, I’m… not sure

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St. Patrick’s Day was last week. And even though I definitely have some Irish ancestry, I don’t particularly identify as Irish. Or as anything, really, other than American. I’m alway... [Read More]

“I went to the woods…”

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I ran across this story last night. And I’ve seen the guy written about before. The tl;dr version is that, in 1986, a 20-year old kid decided to leave society behind and lived as a hermit in the... [Read More]

Best Hippie Town in Every State in the US – Thrillist

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For some reason, I was excited about this: Mississippi: Bay St. Louis Mississippi is about as known for hippie culture as Oklahoma is for seafood. But once you head south of I-10, it’s an entirely dif... [Read More]

No such country

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My great-great-grandfather, Young Ewing Allison II (1853-1932), was a somewhat well-known writer, journalist and editor at the end of the 19th and start of the 20th centuries. I’ve been reading ... [Read More]

Be careful what you wish for

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I have looked at precisely zero percent of Donald Trump’s proposed budget. But from what I gather, it’s pretty much a disaster, specifically eliminating funding for the arts and a host of ... [Read More]

Are you sure that’s how it goes?

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So… A few weeks ago I wrote about how the memory is a funny thing. In that vein, it’s time for today’s slightly embarrassing admission. For years now, I’ve been mis-remembering... [Read More]

Harper Lee

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“Atticus told me to delete the adjectives and I’d have the facts.” – Scout, To Kill a Mockingbird [Read More]

I’m an idiot sometimes

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I am a reasonably intelligent person. No, really, I am. But sometimes I have to laugh at how clueless and/or oblivious I am. This morning, I was thinking about who my favorite authors were when I was ... [Read More]
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