It's good to feel spent and know there was so much more you could have done today. Today I am grateful for the ride.
This week was Douglas Adams and Roald Dahl, but I saved a lazy, autumn afternoon for C. Clickett. Today I am grateful for brilliant writers.
Ribeye for breakfast, air conditioning, a cloudy sky, and a TV show everyone watched but me. Today I am grateful for the weekend.
You know how it is. You have a child and you think there's no reason to meet anyone else in this world. Then they go out and bring someone else home. Today I am grateful to have not only a daughter, but an amazing one.
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Seth's Blog: Labor unions in a post-industrial age
The us/them mindset of the successful industrialist led to the inevitable and essential creation of labor unions. If, as Smith and Marx wrot