Monthly Archives: April 2012

Lethal Bagel

Yesterday, while preparing my morning bagel, I cut my finger. It wasn’t how you think. Part of the adventure of getting older is discovering all the new ways you can hurt yourself. Something you’ve managed to do 7,541 times before … Continue reading

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As Simple as Two Plus Two

“Testing where there was only one right answer seemed oppressive to me.” Jeane Faulconer on why she homeschooled her kids, April 2, 2012, Time Magazine. I’m just hoping her kid grows up to become an IRS agent: “Mr. Paolangeli, I’ve … Continue reading

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