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Winter is Coming

  In the Bicentennial year of 1976, my Sociology professor proclaimed, “The United States won’t have a revolution; you can’t have a revolution in a country where 70% of the people are satisfied.” His statistical construct may be correct. What’s … Continue reading

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Winter Yoga

On clear, cold winter mornings the pre-dawn air is thin, the paving salts have turned the blacktop silver grey.  I pedal deliberately, the only bicycle amid few automobiles.  I coast over every bridge and through every turn, dangling my right … Continue reading

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Flurries of Snow Turning Over to Rain

So far, the winter of 2012 is a non-event; the second warmest on record in Boston, with the least amount of snowfall ever.  Those flat chilly days that seemed to go on for months in February’s past are now just … Continue reading

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