My business partner, Dan Krueger, asked me if I had been rowing. I admitted that I had not. He re-lit my rowing pilot light. God bless that guy! I am…
Quotes from Satellites by Rebecca Curtis that make me wonder why this short story is featured in The New Yorker instead of in an adventure or romance…
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While it was a pretty casual, positive, interaction, my cardiology team at Virginia Hospital Center Cardiology Center, led by Dr. Matthew Lucks, has…
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OK, enough flirting. All kettlebells for my two-handed kettlebell swings, from this moment forward, will be equal to or greater than 24kg. Wish me luck…
It's pretty easy to reframe America's uninvited invasion, occupation, and nation-building of Afghanistan.
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I guess abject hopelessness and the limits of human nature and trust can be a laugh riot.
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tl;dr: Afghanistan was invaded by the United States⁠—not invited. Afghanis were our hostages, not our allies. The occupation was tolerated not enjoyed…
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My dad's advice was "if you don't need to run, walk; if you don't need to walk, stand; if you don't need to stand, sit; if you don't need to sit, lie…
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Every one of the influencers we reach out to we brand with our client's brand recognition. Maybe your first touch, their very first introduction to the…
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A couple of weeks ago, Audioship.io launched a Podcast RSS-to-YouTube service that allows you to plug in your podcast's feed and all the episodes of…
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ChrisCast S2E20: Why is 'Satellites' by Rebecca Curtis featured fiction in The New Yorker?Listen now (29 min) | I heard a New Yorker short story on a New Yorker podcast and was so shocked with its badness that I have become obsessed with it…
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Why do most American gun owners own so many guns? Why not just one pistol, maybe for home defense; or, just one bolt-action rifle for hunting? Or a…
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