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Making Sense of it All

"Phil" December 31, 2021

Little coincidences abound. They really do. And I, for one, think that’s a real peach of a thing. I enjoy receiving signs and clues and nudges from the Universe. I enjoy knowing that there’s a tamper-proof clockwork behind the curtain, a precision Swiss movement that’s keeping things synchronized. Allow me […]

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Vampires Exposed

"Phil" October 31, 2021

It’s Halloween! (Or Samhain…as some might say…) So I thought it a perfect time to discuss something that’s fittingly spooky. And of all the Halloween-y topics that would be fun to tackle in the context of TPD – where we explore various “conspiracy theories” from various perspectives – there’s one […]

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Coming to Amerika

"Phil" September 21, 2021

I heard so many people talking about how “outrageous” Joe Biden’s Covid-19 mandate speech was on September 9th, that I had to check it out on good old YouTube. I wanted to see it for myself, hear it from the horse’s mouth. I could barely sit through it. The whole […]

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Digital Dilemma

"Phil" August 30, 2021

I recently went to my doctor for a physical. He said I was due for my DRE. “What’s that?” I naïvely asked. “Your DRE? Oh, that’s your Digital Rectal Exam,” he answered. “Need to check out your prostate.” My first thought: Uggh, what a pain in the ass. Literally. My […]

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Where are the Hippies?

"Phil" July 28, 2021

There’s a story about the first time the Beatles met Elvis Presley. I’m not sure if it’s true or not, but I have a hunch that it’s pretty close to the mark. Supposedly, there were multiple attempts to get the King and the Fab Four together in the same room […]

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Curious George’s Summer Reading List

"Phil" May 28, 2021

When I was growing up my teachers always assigned us a bunch of “summer reading books” at the end of each school year. I guess they were afraid we’d lose our chops, slip back into illiteracy before school spooled up again in the fall. I was too busy swimming and […]

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Enough is Enough

"Phil" April 28, 2021

Recently, while driving ‘cross country, I did some good old fashioned channel surfing. At one point I found an interesting call-in radio show on NPR and let the dial rest. The spirit of it was to have everyday people ask questions about the Covid vaccine and then have two experts […]