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Sunday’s Best: No Genetic Fallacy Here

Because how something starts sometimes has absolutely nothing with how something ends up.  Today’s classic Calvin and Hobbes strip by Bill Watterson: (image from gocomics.com)

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“So Much for Hope”

Tonight in the space and time between buying my sushi dinner and eating my sushi dinner I found myself wondering about the challenge of guarding your hope. Snoopy recently mused some about hope.  As is often the case with Peanuts, … Continue reading

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Avengers for the Everyday

Lots has been said about the “larger than life” aspects of Avengers: Infinity War, which is good because it’s true.  The movie does an amazing job with the spectacle of the story and the large size of the cast.  Something … Continue reading

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Flights of the Procrastinator

So I finally sat down and finished setting things up for my summer travel plans, flights here and cars there.  It’s the most planning I’ve had to do since New Zealand a few summers ago.  I’m really looking forward to … Continue reading

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Sunday’s Best: Chuck in the Understanding

Last week’s classic Peanuts strip brought in the odd dynamic between Peppermint Patty and Charlie Brown that kind of captures the awkwardness of lots of relationships.  This week Patty is back at it, this time with the epitome of the … Continue reading

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That Awkward Handshake

It’s always awkwardly interesting to watch the relationship between Charlie Brown and Peppermint Patty play out.  That’s one of the strengths of the strip’s broad cast: siblings, best friends, rivals, creative dogs and kite-niverous trees.  Something in the tensions that … Continue reading

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Sunday’s Best: Economically Speaking

Today’s four-color Frazz by Jef Mallett includes a good conversation with a creative twist or two.  Also, even though I don’t know much about it, economics seems fascinating.  More on Wendell Berry later in the week, though. (image from gocomics.com)

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