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Eleven year old Jeff Greenaway is in love and on the loose in Manhattan circa 1962.
This book will crack you up.
For adults.

Sheer antic delight” — Remsen Pilchard

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Modernity Bites

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Epic Disappointment

     Those inhabiting the economic wish-space got a case of the vapors last week when the Paris-based International Energy Agency (IEA) published an annual report stating that the USA would overtake Saudi Arabia as the world’s leading oil producer

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A Look in the Mirror

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The Tides of Event

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Apocalyptoween

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Snake Garden

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Heretics Unite!

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Empty Pageantry

     The press wet its small-clothes over Mitt Romney’s ebullience in last Thursday’s so-called debate, as these joint interview contests are styled these days. What a jaunty fellow Mitt came off as, compared to poor Mr. Obama, cloaked in

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In Full Flight

      Flying at higher platitudes in the thin upper air of his own mind last week, Republican candidate Mitt Romney remarked apropos of airplane travel: “[T]he windows don’t open. I don’t know why they don’t do that. It’s
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Duty

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What Does It Mean?

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Zeitgeist Failure

     In an age of gross zeitgeist dysfunction — when untruth, delusion, and deception rule – politics is mere advertising, which is to say surface shimmer playing on the public’s wish-fulfillment fantasies. The trouble at this moment in history

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Join Up!

     Meet the new third party in national politics: Reality.
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Male Energies

     History will notice — even if we are too chickenshit to face it now — that the extraordinary turpitudes of US politics today represent an unprecedented failure of American manhood. It’s everywhere and pervasive along the spectrum of

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The AFTA Act of 2012

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Pure Americana

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That Old Martial Spirit

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Salutes to the Homeys

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The Rising

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The Drowning Pool

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Hostage Racket

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Rocky Mountain High

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Hazardous Games

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