Category: First Person
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You might wonder how someone could take the time to file a patent application then forget about it for 15 years? I’m kind of wondering about that myself
Do we care more about some celebrity’s death than the thousands of other deaths? No. Not really. It just serves as a reminder of how connected we really are.
Because nothing is ever black and white, I’ve learned not to take cues from the hyperbolic.
What will rise up from the ashes of what was once the largest employee owned business in the country? Clean air is a start…
My misadventures with instant coffee and foreign boyfriends
One of my many idiosyncrasies is trying to not say goodbye in everyday life. “Catch you later” or just “later” are my stock valedictions.