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Your Bug Advisor

May 31, 2017
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Spring is here and bugs are back!  There are between six and ten million species of insects, but only one for humans.  Hardly seems like a fair fight, which is why you need Your Bug Advisor on your…

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Seven Hair Care Myths–Exploded!

May 30, 2017
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Do you have limp, drab-looking hair?  It may be because you subscribe to common hair-care myths that styling professionals and hair-care scientists have debunked through careful study of magazines lying around in beauty parlors.  Here are…

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As Green Car Sales Lag, Auto Makers Turn to “Hybrid Rock”

May 29, 2017
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As Green Car Sales Lag, Auto Makers Turn to “Hybrid Rock”

DETROIT.  The news out of Motor City is good these days, with car sales trending upwards for the past seven years.  “It’s really been a boom time,” says automotive analyst Morton Hatch, “except for the…

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Today Show Tribute to Summer of Love Turns Sour With Bad Acid

May 28, 2017
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NEW YORK.  It’s been a half century since the Age of Aquarius began, but most observers agree that the potent brew of psychedelic drugs, casual sex and anti-war politics that were mixed together during the…

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Feminist Gift-Shopping is Man’s Work

May 27, 2017
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High school graduation time is here, which means that over-achieving young women across America are preparing for the next phase of their lives–matriculation (which is not as painful as it sounds) at an expensive four-year…

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My Artsy-Fartsy Robot Pal

May 26, 2017
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An Art Degree Could Give You a Leg Up on the Robots Submishmash, linking to article on Quartz “Thanks, but I’m actually dating Julio.  And Evan.” We were sitting in Life Drawing 101 when I…

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What We Talk About When We Talk About Photosynthesis

May 25, 2017
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Minimalist/realist short-story writer Raymond Carver was fired from his job as an editor of science textbooks because of his inappropriate writing style. Wikipedia Photosynthesis is an important process. I mean it’s extremely important. It’s the…

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A Day in the Life of a Public Access TV Cop

May 24, 2017
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As I drained the dregs of coffee from my Styrofoam cup, I stared out the window at the non-descript parking lot below and let my mind wander.  Let’s see, only 801 days until retirement, not that…

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Father Kniest, Jazz Priest

May 23, 2017
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I’m getting too old for this, I thought as I made my way down Boylston Street, my tambourine in one hand, the Good Book in the other. I started ministering to the jazz scene in…

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Fake Your Way With Biz Cliches

May 22, 2017
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If you want to get ahead in business, it is not enough to be intelligent, hard-working, and decisive.  The Great Plains of Commerce are littered with the corpses of men and women who possess these…

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