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De-Extinction: De Whole Truth

March 22, 2013
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De-Extinction: De Whole Truth

I’m not a scientist, but I’ve watched enough scientists on CSI shows and read enough Medline abstracts to know it’s getting downright spooky out there.  Now that every other genius and his twin sister can…

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Hi, My Name is Sweetie and I’m a Hoarder

March 17, 2013
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Currently I’m streaming this confession over the Internet because I’ve done the AA thing and I had to wait two hours before I could stand up before a crowd of strangers and tell them of…

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Dementia Shakes its Booty at Rock ‘n Roll

March 11, 2013
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At long last, some good news in the headlines. Scientists think losing your marbles does not necessarily mean losing your musical edge. In short, when you’re old and gray and the best part of your…

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Puppy Dogs and Babies Have that Je Ne Sais Quoi

March 5, 2013
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I just returned from taking my three eight-week-old miniature schnauzers to the vet for their first vaccinations. It was an illuminating experience. Everyone–and I mean everybody (even that obnoxious saluki of a female receptionist who…

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If I Ruled the World

February 27, 2013
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Once in a while I like to play God. It’s good for the ego, it’s an instant suicide deterrent and it’s easier than bridge.  It’s also fun to think of myself as a combination Fairy…

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A My Name is Apple and My Brother’s Name is Ivy

February 19, 2013
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What’s with the weird baby names celebrities and nobodies are giving their kids lately? Are people pushing the envelope a little too much on creativity? Beyonce calls her infant Blue Ivy or Ivy Blue (I…

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It’s Not All It’s Cracked Up to Be!

February 15, 2013
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By the time you’re drinking Miller Lite and wondering if there’s really 85 calories, you’ve probably figured out that life isn’t all it’s cracked up to be . Where were all those high school dates…

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Lost and Found (from the anthology NOT YOUR MOTHER’S BOOK ON DOGS (The Publishing Syndicate, 2012)

December 26, 2012
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Lost and Found (from the anthology NOT YOUR MOTHER’S BOOK ON DOGS (The Publishing Syndicate, 2012)

NYMB…On Dogs Dog Treats       Lost and Found by Janice Arenofsky Murphy’s Law—as it applies to dogs—decrees that mis­chievious things will only happen when Alpha Mom is on the phone, in the shower…

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If Mitt and Obama Had Been in Grade School Together

September 20, 2012
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I’m so weary of all this Presidential election poppycock that my brain needs a holiday. And what better holiday than daydreaming about how candidates Mitt and Obama would have interacted had they met in grade…

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THINGS I CAN’T SO EASILY SWEEP UNDER THE RUG

May 28, 2012
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Every time I breeze past a fabric shop at the mall or eyeball one of those gingham-garbed girls sauntering in front of the Mormon Church in their longish fairy-tale blue dresses, I think about seventh…

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