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Diverse Thinking in the Time of Coronavirus

In the time of Coronavirus, Americans are doing a great job…of frustrating the heck out of each other. Not only because we’re cooped up in the house with each other more than usual, but because we think and act so … Continue reading

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The Essential Problem

Like many across the city, Jeff had caught the Pigeon Virus. Quarantined, he sat on the roof of his apartment building with his also-infected neighbor, Bill. “This virus is a pain,” said Bill. “No kidding,” said Jeff. “Stuck at home.” … Continue reading

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Interesting Times

The ancient Chinese curse goes like, “May you live in interesting times.” As Jim walked out of the little market, a Precious Bag of scarce, hard-to-find items in his hand, he couldn’t help but think about the curse. He lived … Continue reading

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