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Impress Your Man With Quantified Modal Logic!

January 24, 2019
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She was known for her work in logic, a male-dominated subset of the male-dominated field of philosophy, and was hailed for her work in quantified modal logic, which considers the role words such as “all,”…

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For Lonely Guys, “Hen Party Crashing” is Last, Best Hope

January 23, 2019
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For Lonely Guys, “Hen Party Crashing” is Last, Best Hope

NEEDHAM, Mass.  It’s 7 p.m. on a Tuesday night, and Sue Ellen Mischke is getting ready for her annual winter Tupperware Party.  “It’s for a good cause,” she says slyly as she sets out a…

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Put the Magic Back in Your Marriage

January 22, 2019
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Sex is the glue that holds a marriage together, because it requires husband and wife to touch each other and it’s sticky. Unfortunately, over time, many spouses drift apart because they run out of this…

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Pro-Concussion Group Slow to Articulate Its Message

January 21, 2019
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ATLANTA.  As the nation’s attention shifts to this city for Super Bowl LIII in two weeks, a large assortment of causes will compete for attention in the reflected glow of the biggest sports event of…

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I’d Stab You in the Back, But This is More Honorable

January 20, 2019
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Companies are pushing workers to drop the polite workplace veneer and speak frankly to each other no matter what.  The practice is referred to as “radical candor,” “mokita,” or “front-stabbing.” The Wall Street Journal The…

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The ZaSu Pitts Look-Alike Contest (Men’s Senior Division)

January 19, 2019
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I’m hoping the weatherpeople get it right for once; they’re calling for blizzard conditions, and the fewer contestants in the Men’s Senior Division of the ZaSu Pitts Look-Alike contest, the better–for me. I know the greats…

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About That Thing on Your Face . . .

January 17, 2019
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Welcome to the Office of Drs. Irving Milstein and Jeannette DuFresne Dermatologists Professional Limited Liability Company (“us” or “we” or “the doctors”).  While you are waiting, here in helpful pamphlet format are answers to questions…

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A Walk on the Wild Side With an Eco-Hockey Enforcer

January 15, 2019
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A Boston Bruins defenseman was named an “Eco-Warrior” by National Geographic magazine for his environmental sensitivity.                                                                     The Boston Herald “You gonna pick up that non-biodegradable cup, or am I gonna have to pound the crap outta…

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Estate Planning for Cats

January 12, 2019
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The Massachusetts legislature has passed a bill allowing residents to write pets into their wills and leave trust funds behind for their care.                The Boston Globe “There–Kitzi is all provided for!”   Every year…

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Right to Marry Metrosexuals Latest Civil Rights Struggle

January 11, 2019
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Right to Marry Metrosexuals Latest Civil Rights Struggle

NEW YORK.  Kirstin Aylward has everything going for her; a great job at a Madison Avenue advertising agency, a body she keeps in trim by running five miles a day, and looks that turn the…

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