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Philip Brewer
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Writer: Science fiction and fantasy, personal finance, and Esperanto
Writer: Science fiction and fantasy, personal finance, and Esperanto

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I told the woman who answered the phone in Rodney Davis’s office that I opposed the effort to repeal parts of Obamacare, and that I hoped he would oppose it too. If you live in his district, consider doing the same: 403-4690.

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After reading The Like Button Ruined the Internet https://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2017/03/how-the-like-button-ruined-the-internet/519795/ , I subscribed to @jsomers‘s RSS feed for the (relevant to the article) reasons explained here: Great writers versus great posts https://www.philipbrewer.net/2013/03/17/great-writers-versus-great-posts .

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I’m back home! And two days of brisk urban walking have done me a world of good.

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Excellent waiter actually kept up with the rate at which Jackie and I drink coffee.

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My brother shared this comic with me a while back. I think it captures something—something about CrossFit, but also about how people react to anyone who’s “really into” anything.I’m not a crossfitter, but my expanding interests in fitness and movement…

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I still struggle with the tension between time spent moving and time spent writing, even as I come to recognize that the tension may not even exist. So I love this post by Katy Bowman, on being A Writer Who Moves, A Mover Who Writes. Culturally, we still…

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“After 7:00 pm and it’s still light out,” says Jackie.

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I find it very satisfying to sort out a check-register snafu. In this I take after my Grandfather Sharp who, according to family legend, was delighted to do just that from his hospital bed after his first heart attack.

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On my way taking Jackie to work, the sun was a great orange ball right at the horizon. On my way coming back home, the sun was a blazing yellow ball just above the horizon.

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I bought Jackie a “Nevertheless, She Persisted” t-shirt designed by Jenn Reese.
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