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I Once Watched the Moon

I Once Watched the Moon

I Once Watched the moon make its way across the nighttime sky.   I was a childhood insomniac. Especially on Sundays, for some reason. I don’t know why. Mondays were never any more demanding than any other day. There was no morning rush for me to dread. I...
Social Anxiety? Try New BourbonEx!

Social Anxiety? Try New BourbonEx!

I used to be a prisoner in my own home. Every social event was a battle I had to fight. It was scary! But now, I’ve discovered new BourbonEx, and life couldn’t be better!* BourbonEx combats social anxiety, allowing you to live as you’ve always...
Implanted Memories and Boston Bars

Implanted Memories and Boston Bars

What does a bar in Boston look like inside? Can you tell me?     Most people have an idea of what it looks like. Cheers has been off the air for twenty years, but it ran long enough to for most people to have seen an episode or two–either when new or...
The Joys of Passive Aggression

The Joys of Passive Aggression

Passive aggression gets a bad rap. We all do it at one time or another, and it has its purpose. I used to joke that I had a magical power of turning passive aggression into active aggression. I took passive aggression as a challenge whenever I came across it. Had...
Fatherhood: Riding Bikes Together

Fatherhood: Riding Bikes Together

I had an essential experience of fatherhood yesterday. For the first time my son and I rode bicycles together. But the experience was oddly bittersweet.   My dad and I never rode together. I learned to ride a bike on my 7th birthday. Dad lifted the pre-assembled...