Tag Archives: 2016

The True Cost

It’s hard to know what something really costs, isn’t it? I mean, if you buy a piece of clothing you find appealing, and you begin to explore where it was made, who designed it, how and by whom it was … Continue reading

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Leap Year 2016

Well, it sneaked up on me several weeks ago. How about you? The desk calendar I use for work had a Monday, February 29 on it. And of course, my initial reaction to that is always . . . disbelief. … Continue reading

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The Lyin’ in Winter

To write or not to write; that is the question. “Whether it is nobler in the mind . . . .” Okay! I know I am not very original, but there are worse things I could be, right? Besides, Shakespeare … Continue reading

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The Bourne Veracity

Matt Damon may once again breathe life into his alter ego, Jason Bourne. A 2016 release date has been mentioned, but it is still unclear if production will happen at all, so don’t get too excited just yet. Nevertheless, if … Continue reading

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