Monthly Archives: February 2014

Unbelievable

According to her my brother and I couldn’t have been more different. When asked what we believed I told her that he was a pantheist and I an atheist. She was concerned, to her it was as if we were … Continue reading

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In Defense of Witlessness

The Utah legislature is in session. They’re doing their best. They’ve turned down millions of dollars for health care. They’re meeting with the teetotalers, the tea partiers, the pyramid schemers. They’re meeting with each other trying to figure out how … Continue reading

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Tradecraft

I was walking down the street when a fellow some distance in front of me glanced back and looked at me, a sinister look, as if he thought I was following him. I decided right then that though I hadn’t … Continue reading

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The Beagle

I don’t know what happened to that dog, the beagle. It’s been 50 years, or so. I don’t even remember his name, though maybe it was Rocky, but I do remember mom’s shoes, dozens of them, mostly high heels. Do … Continue reading

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When She’s 64

We went to Cous Cous last night, a new restaurant. Not new new, but new to me. Perhaps I’d seen it before, but I’d never eaten there, and seeing it there where an Arby’s used to be, if it registered … Continue reading

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