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Will Truman

Will Truman is the Editor-in-Chief of Ordinary Times. He is also on Twitter.

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  1. Michael Cain says:

    So, if anyone notices any weirdness with vertical spacing in titles or picture captions, or quotation blocks looking funny, tell me in a response to this comment. I have no idea how the weird little tweaks I’ve made will hold up.Report

  2. This sounds really crazy and frustrating. Thanks for doing all the work to keep this site running.Report

  3. Chip Daniels says:

    Dear editor:
    The election returns did not go as I wished they had. Please correct this.

    P.S. I am not a crank.Report

  4. Pinky says:

    I like the tomato soup red. It’s clearer to my aging eyes.Report

    • Gabriel Conroy in reply to Pinky says:

      I know the new look is an artifact of all the technical problems, but I actually like it, too. One reason is that, being now in mid-middle age, the sharper contrasts make things easier to read.

      ETA: Er…I should say “being that I’m now mid-middle age.” I have no idea if the sharper contrasts are middle aged or not.Report

      • Pinky in reply to Gabriel Conroy says:

        But is there a sharp contrast between middle age and mid-middle age? I like to think I’m no further along than that, but (a) AARP has my address, and (b) I like the website’s sharper contrasts.Report

        • Michael Cain in reply to Pinky says:

          Now that I am (mostly) retired and receiving both Social Security and Medicare, I have had to give up on any sort of middle-aged variation. If people ask about my stage of life, I tell them I am “aging gracefully”.Report

  5. InMD says:

    Anyone else having issues with the main page going to an archived site? Not sure if it’s due to maintenance or something on my side.


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