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Musings of an Urban Christian
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Apple Cheeks
Take a close look at these three pictures of Asher.  In the top one, he has no facial expression, and in the bottom one he is flashing his megawatt smile.  The middle one, though, is the most beguiling.  When he likes something, he gives us this half-smile,...

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Too Short for a Blog Post, Too Long for a Tweet LXXIX
Here's two excerpts from a book I am reading, "Grunt: The Curious Science of Men at War," by Mary Roach: For every general and Medal of Honor winner, there are a
hundred military scientists whose names you’ll never hear. The work I
write about represents ...

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Too Short for a Blog Post, Too Long for a Tweet LXXVIII
Here's an excerpt from an article I just read, "Baseball Tackles Workplace Mystery: How to Build Team Chemistry?" in the Wall Street Journal: Fast forward nearly two decades, and the
thinking has changed. In a sweeping shift, many of the industry’s wonkiest...

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On Again, Off Again
Welcome home; now it's time to head back out.  That's what this weekend felt like, with Jada and then Aaron returning from separate two-week sleepaway camps, only to then ship them back out to a one-week soccer camp.  Jada arrived home first and immediately...

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Too Short for a Blog Post, Too Long for a Tweet LXXVII
Here's an excerpt from an article I recently read, "A Columbia Professor's Critique of Campus Politics," in the Atlantic Magazine: The
idea that I disagree with you and that makes you a bad person, that
might not be new. Because people were having that on...

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Too Short for a Blog Post, Too Long for a Tweet LXXVI
Here's an excerpt from an article I just read, "From 'Not in My Backyard' to 'Yes in My Backyard,'" in the Atlantic Magazine: The idea of wealth redistribution was what helped convert Loe, the
Seattle YIMBY, to the cause. She was raised by two art historia...

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Spoiled Child
With Jada and Aaron away at sleepaway camps, Asher's sense that the world revolves him has only heightened.  We joke about him being spoiled rotten, but there is a serious side to that too. On the one hand, we don't coddle our children for precisely the rea...

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What Am I Working On
As has become my custom every three months, here's what I'm working on
now at work. I won't repeat anything from last time that I happen to
still be working on, and for confidentiality's sake I have to blur some
of the details for some of these studi...

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Lazy Linking, 192nd in an Occasional Series
What I liked lately on the Internets: 192.1 It's goats vs. unions in the battle to cut your grass on.freep.com/2uxju3n @freep 192.2 Justice Roberts's good advice to 9th graders: hardship is good for you ti.me/2uQBg0O @time 192.3 Workers of the world unite.....

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Recommended Reads, 27th in a Quarterly Series
Stuff I'd recommend from my past three months' reading consumption: The Sleep Revolution: Transforming Your Life, One Night
at a Time (Huffington).  Far from being the opposite of being productive, sleep is super productive in terms of taking care of your b...
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