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How the Web is Helping the Indecisive
November 8, 2010 – 3:19 am | Comments
How the Web is Helping the Indecisive

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Woe is on the indecisive.
How many people do you know that are overwhelmed by the staggering amount of choices in New York City? There …

I Don’t “Get” Politics
November 6, 2010 – 2:27 am | Comments
I Don’t “Get” Politics

I’ve never particularly liked talking politics. I rarely feel the need to vocalize my political persuasions.

November 3, 2010 – 10:52 pm | Comments

A discussion of California’s failed Proposition 19 and what it means for groovy people like you.

Halloween is One Expensive Holiday
November 1, 2010 – 12:33 am | Comments
Halloween is One Expensive Holiday

How much did your Halloween costume set you back?
Twenty bucks?
Did you just throw on a wig and called it a day?
Or did you make your entire costume from scratch?
Let’s face it—-Halloween celebrations are a major …

Me, Choice and Everyone Else
October 28, 2010 – 3:02 pm | Comments
Me, Choice and Everyone Else

As a baby of the choice generation, I’ve never considered the consequences of my choices on anyone other than myself. Membership in the choice generation assures that kind of self reference. After all, our generation seeks choice the way Baby Boomers sought wealth. We want to appropriate it and own it. Ownership accompanies possession. Possession implies a private relationship of closed interaction. We view our choices only as they pertain to us and only as they effect and consequence our lives.

What’s for Dinner?
October 26, 2010 – 4:30 am | Comments
What’s for Dinner?

Famous french gastronome Brillat-Savarin once said, “Tell me what you eat, I’ll tell you who are.” It’s hard to believe something so daily, sometimes mundane and habitual defines us. Now that I’ve thought about it more, it’s hard not to believe.

Daddy Raised Me To Eat Meat and Potatoes
October 26, 2010 – 2:26 am | Comments
Daddy Raised Me To Eat Meat and Potatoes

Somewhere in the world, if not down the street, one person is enjoying a juicy burger and another (not in the same restaurant) is enjoying a veggie-burger. Both are satisfied with their meal, yet put …

I Get By With A Little Help From My Friends
October 25, 2010 – 11:59 pm | Comments
I Get By With A Little Help From My Friends

No man is an island. I remember being on the edge of age six and standing at a podium in a huge synagogue and reading that quote at my sister’s bat mitzvah. At the time, I was mostly swept into a few thoughts- including “who are all of these people and why are they looking at me like I’m a little pink satin cupcake they’re about to eat?” and “…I wonder if I can trust the person who told me that the S in Island is silent?”

More than 20 years later, I’m struck by the precision of this quote- “No Man is an Island,” and a little sheepish about how long it’s taken me to understand these words and be able to apply them.

I’d also like to ask, readers, what do you need to ask for in your life??? Post it as a comment. Or ask the people that you need this from directly.

Sometimes we just need to ask for the things we want and need.

A friend posted the following quote on his facebook today. “When life hands you lemons, if you ask nicely for help, sometimes people will make lemonade for you!”

Never were truer words spoken. You know, as I’ve come across bushels and bushels of lemons in my mid 20s and been told to make lemonade- I’ve often despaired that I don’t know how to make it. Literally.

So, if you’d like to help me make some lemonade. I’m setting up shop at this link.