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My back hurts- and that reminds me…

A few years back I was chatting on the phone with a Charismatic (as in the religious belief in miraculous gifts of the Spirt being current) friend. I shared with her the sometimes debilitating back pain I suffer, and I also said that in some ways it had been a blessing, because I get some […]

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Here I am.

Okay, I have read through all the posts and comments and now feel that as the Headmaster I have a Clue!! It now one hour past when I wanted to go to bed. To those that don’t know me here is an overview: I like to read, but never have (find) the time. My priorites […]

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(crossposted from a comment in a friend’s journal)Deconstructionism: A theory that wastes a prodigious amount of words telling the stupid masses why words don’t matter, why we can never communicate a single meaning, and that each generation (sect…person…unit) can glean a different meaning (read: their own) from a text. What does deconstructionism mean to me? […]

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The Legalist

I asked him to pick up his shoes, which were on the floor. He argued that they weren’t shoes, they were boots. Whatever, I said. They’re yours, they don’t go there, put them away. His socks were inside the boots/shoes, so he took them out and left those dirty socks on the floor. Then he […]

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Of Cherry Tarts and Honesty

So, today is Washington’s birthday, and since Great-Grandmama ALWAYS had Cherry pie on February 22nd, our Grandmother invited us other for Cherry tarts and tea. ‘Twas absoballyloutly delicious, and- well, that’s beside the point (if there even was one).The story of the Cherry tree is one that most Amercans know. Washington had an axe, he […]

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