Monthly Archives: March 2011

“My habits are depressing”

Jimmy Breslin is said to have said “My habits are depressing”.  So are mine.  Predictable. Even monotonous.  Take mornings, for example; my routine varies little. With the first glimmer of consciousness, I glance at the digital clock on the nightstand.  It … Continue reading

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The clearer path

I met with five of my former coworkers after work a few weeks ago, all refugees from the Fortune 500 where we worked together.  It’s now been more than two years since the sale of that company to the east … Continue reading

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A moment in time

It had come near the end of a week already quite filled. I’m tempted to say “busy” but everyone’s weeks are busy, anyone I know, at any rate.  I suppose there are people in this world whose lives not beset … Continue reading

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Recent and of interest:

The Unemployed Need Not Apply New York Times Editorial, Published: February 19, 2011 “As the Fed updated its forecast last week, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission held a forum on discrimination against unemployed job seekers. Members of Congress had urged … Continue reading

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