Monthly Archives: August 2010

Pardon the interruption, Wise is not

Unbelievable.  Mike Wise, a Washington Post sports columnist, checked his common sense at the office door yesterday. Before reading this story on the State of the Fourth Estate today, my immediate reaction was one of perplexity.  I love commentaries by … Continue reading

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Swizzle Sticks

I didn’t get the memo that my 7:45 a.m. swim interval workout would be the easiest part of my day. More time at the Missourian this morning resulted in more frustration. Finally – after an hour and change last night, … Continue reading

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Snow White with Oatmeal

I spent the better part of this afternoon at a wonderful, eclectic event entitled Cycle Chic.  Unique outfits, festooned bicycles, warm sun and characters galore.  Stuff great video is made for. I merrily marched back to the Missourian newsroom, mentally mapping … Continue reading

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Dr. Seuss Rap, Inc.

More doom and gloom on the economy today reminded me of last month’s cover article for Inc. magazine. The article was one of the finest pieces I’ve read from the magazine. Here’s hoping that even a few of their suggestions … Continue reading

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I’ll have a V8

There is a splinter stuck in my brain tonight, the result of a curious circumstance in a class today.  I hadn’t planned on posting, considering it be a rash judgment.  I’ve changed my mind after mulling over the situation for … Continue reading

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