Category: culture

Getting Filled in the Falls

This is about a trip to Glens Falls, NY, and not a continuation of my klutziness. From Jan. 26 to 28, I was headed to the city for work purposes. during another weekend of upstate frigid temps and a determined wind chill. Leaving early was purposeful — to get a head start on possible inclement…

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A Tale of Two Darwinisms

“Has everyone had the chance to meet Chris?” was the question uttered at the meeting. It can mean only one thing. Changes. It’s a part time job, but it’s a new job. It’s a new office, which has new coworkers. The area focused upon is in a new part of “town,” but headquarters is located in another county…

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Two for Two for Two

This past week was a productive one.  I’ve thrown the refurbished resume to the world with hope to hear back from possible employers.  That’s neither here nor there. I did meet up with some important people, however, and that’s not job-related. This is another pub story. Friday and Saturday Great company was enjoyed twice this…

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Not Knowing the Not Knowing

How does The Idiot know he’s an idiot?  The Fool a fool?  The Coward a coward? Sure, confidence may play a part in all of this, but it isn’t necessarily the driving force behind contradicting a person’s foolish qualities.  It was Alexander Pope (to my knowledge), who said, “To err is human.”  No one is…

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Femininity in Retrospect | Franklin Square | Downtown Syracuse

Great ideas come to those in retrospect. The Tazo tea–Lotus–steeping in the cup, paper.  And this reminds me:  Downtown Syracuse should put out more recycle-friendly bins.  I am one of those persons who finishes what’s in the cup, drinking tea for enjoyment and refreshment and soul saturation.  However, amidst the vapor wafting through the mouth of…

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