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Ephemeral Art

In the opening to The Wit and Humor of Oscar Wilde, the editor writes that                          “[c]onversation is an ephemeral art, and as the autumn breezes blow the brown … Continue reading

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Indulgent Interview: Because I Ask Myself the Best Questions (reposted)

Another reposted publication–this time from Jan. 18, 2011. (I was rather active that month; where did the magic go?) This particular submission harkens back to when I was a much more serious Catholic. Also, if one is so curious as … Continue reading

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Indulgent Interview: Because I Ask Myself the Best Questions

Me1: Thank you for granting me this request. Me2: Thank you for allowing me to talk about myself. Me1: Always a fascinating topic, if I can say so… Me2: You most certainly can, and you’re telling me. Me1: Yes, clever; … Continue reading

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