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Leftovers

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On November 25, 2011

What are you doing with all of your leftover turkey? When I was growing up, I knew turkey leftovers well. We’d get a big turkey for Thanksgiving and then eat the leftovers for like 3 weeks. Then

Self-Actualization

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On November 24, 2011

I thought everyone might need their feelings reassured for Thanksgiving. Luckily, the Denver Westword has provided us with some extra-special classroom posters from 1973. Now, let’s all gather a

Be Safe and Such

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On November 23, 2011

Weather is pretty not great in New England, a lot of people are on the road across the country including myself in about 5 minutes. Be safe, blah, blah, etc. And if you think I wrote this post as an e

Breillat

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On November 23, 2011

I have always wanted to like Catherine Breillat’s films, but never have. I find her a cut-rate Eric Rohmer, trying and failing to equal Rohmer’s dialogue about sex and love and making up f

A bit of an older piece now, but Ian Angus and Simon Butler provide some real solid evidence to a point I have made repeatedly–that overpopulation is far from the greatest environmental problem we face: But most of the 7 billion are not endangering the earth. The majority of the world’s people don’t destroy forests, […]

Petroleum Lies

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On November 21, 2011

Who could have guessed that energy companies would wildly exaggerate the economic benefit pipelines bring to local communities! Here are the tax dollar promises TransCanada promised South Dakota count

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