Category Archives: Mysteries of Life

Dear authors: Long, long ago, before there were podcasts…

Dorothy Sayers wrote a short story, “An Arrow O’er The House,” in which an aspiring murder mystery novelist, Mr. Humphrey Podd, has become frustrated by publishers’ rejections of his books. He decides he needs a vigorous method of promotion even … Continue reading

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Mysteries of life: a peculiar sign I saw today

Taking a little vacation from arguing the world, I had my eyes examined today. Which means I had to stagger home in a glarey fuzz. Thus, I took a route down a cross-street with less sunlight and fewer pedestrians. I’m … Continue reading

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What sort of man is this?

“…He’s so big, so long, so athletic [that] even when he is not perfect, it doesn’t matter because nobody can get through him. He’s 6-foot-7, 370 pounds. You just don’t see guys like that come around very often.” A blind-side … Continue reading

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