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Mysteries of life: where did all the jam jars go?

You may be severely disappointed in me today because, in the middle of some of the most dystopian news in years — and given our past five years, that’s saying something — I choose to report on something sweet and … Continue reading

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Mysteries of Life: The cult problem in America

I’m not a cult hunter, no way. A fully licensed cult hunter is usually someone sensitized to cults through a close relative or ex-mate who’s been inculcated and spends his/her days lurking on street corners pushing pamphlets into the unwilling … Continue reading

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A bit of pandemic commemoration

Just bought a bag of sweet ‘n’ salty popcorn, double the calories of the plain old popcorn. And if that weren’t enough, bought a jar of lemon saffron jam, created (not made) by a company called Brins, “We are a … Continue reading

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