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Killing Consumerism: The iPad Just Isn’t Useful

I’m glad to see that I’m not the only one that feels this way. But before I even saw Apple’s new invention, the iPad, the first thought that came to my mind was, “This isn’t going to be any different … Continue reading

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State of the Union: 3 Things Obama Should Say, but Won’t

I don’t mean to sound anti-Obama, because I’m not (at least I don’t think I am), however, this idea that the State of the Union means anything in this day and age is fraudulent beyond belief. Barack Obama is not … Continue reading

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Stuytown Turnover is No Sign of Affordable Housing in NYC

For many New Yorkers, the recent news of Tishman Speyer and BlackRock turning over Stuyvesant Town to its creditors isn’t all that important. After all, it is not as if any one in Manhattan that doesn’t live in Stuytown will … Continue reading

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Left Leaning Lemurs, It’s Time to Move On

God bless the Democratic Party’s heart. They mean well. Unfortunately, try as they might, they just aren’t good enough. That doesn’t mean that their ideas are unfounded, their morals are uncouth, or that their view of the world is tainted. … Continue reading

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Cash for Grades May Not Be So Bad

One of my favorite writers at the New York Times broached a very interesting subject in yesterday’s paper (not that I actually read the newspaper it was printed on, but instead enjoyed scrolling through her piece on my laptop). Susan … Continue reading

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Revelations: I have the “Worries”

I’m Scared of Everything! Not really. I’m technically not scared of everything, so much as I am worried about everything. I don’t like to fly. I don’t like working in tall buildings. Spending a vacation in a chalet is borderline … Continue reading

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Self-Help: It’s Time for a Book Club!

I can’t read. Okay, that’s not exactly true. To put it in better terms: I don’t read! Many of you are like me, but you won’t admit it. The idea of going out and buying Barack Obama’s latest book, or … Continue reading

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