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Review of No Impact Man by Colin Beavan

★★★★★ This book somehow managed to get me thinking about how much I waste every day without putting me on the defensive. Beavan, God bless ‘im, is so self-deprecating that he just never sounds judgmental. Well-placed statistics educate readers, while

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Eyelash Extensions? Really?

Today I went to a local boutique to pick up some more face cream. The nice-but-clueless middle-aged woman with radiant skin (mineral make-up, clearly) who helped me last time saw me waiting in line. She couldn’t quite place me and

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Mosque @ Ground Zero: Part 2

Were I a more politically conservative, yet still rational, Christian, and Park 51 were actually a Mosque–complete with galleried minarets and decidedly unAmerican ogees–I would offer my Brothers and Sisters in Faith (the ones who flatly refuse to take their

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Mosque @ Ground Zero: Part 1

I was in the process of writing a well-researched, insightful post on the topic, when I stumbled across this post on Epsilon Clue which, apart from an atheisty view on religious customs, pretty much sums up my feelings exactly.

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Review of Sex and the City 2

Well I finally saw it. Tonight we got all dolled up and, after numerous bevvies at the Melting Pot (btw, you can get movie tix there for just $7), the Girls and I went to see Sex and the City

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