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Minutes of hope, visions of a future

    Last night, I watched about an hour of the NFL draft. (Long enough to see whom the Giants chose in the first round.) Today, I spent a couple of hours reading and listening to post-first-round analysis of the … Continue reading

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During this time of deep malaise, my escape

Last night I was telling my brother how lucky I am. I know everyone is exhausted by our national nightmare. We are all beyond depressed. Anxious, wanting it over. Somehow. We don’t care how. But I have a built-in refuge … Continue reading

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“He didn’t call his parents.”

My favorite lines of the new weekend came from the New York Giants head coach Pat Shurmur who, in his post-game interview with the media, spoke about his rookie quarterback Daniel Jones’ two fumbles, both of which were recovered by … Continue reading

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