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Bombs Away!

I want to preface this post with a small disclaimer. While believes smoking is harmful to your health and the health of others, this post has not been written to reflect those views. Vapes were the coolest things on the block when I was in college. They were these tiny pens that held flavored tobacco Read More

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Defamation: Personal Injury?

Pop Quiz: Libel is a spoken defamatory statement. (True, False) You’ve probably got your head cocked to the side, “what did they teach us back in the 5th grade? Is it slander or libel…?” If you said true, good job, like most of us you have woefully forgotten grade school teachings. While both slander and Read More

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Contributory Negligence Rule

When I was growing up, everything was my fault. Call it middle child syndrome, call it karma, call it whatever you want, to my parents- if it had to do with me, and it was negative? All on me. Bad grade on test? You didn’t study enough. Tripped down the stairs? You weren’t paying attention. Read More

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Know Your Memes

Rarely am I lucky enough to write a blog post which connects both the young and the wise, but this week the internet handed me an opportunity I could not pass up. Many of my younger readers have seen the “Damn Daniel” meme, a compilation of videos where a young man compliments his friend Daniel’s Read More

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The Strangers in Your Home

I remember when I was in the eighth grade and Facebook had just lowered its requirement for a “.edu” email address and suddenly everyone had a Facebook profile but me. It was awful. My friends were discussing Facebook stickers and Facebook pins (remember those?) and I was the loser who only had an AOL IM Read More

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Feeling the Burn this Valentine’s Day?

Marvin Gaye is healing, Taylor Swift is crying, Kenny G is seducing, and all in the name of love. Yes, it is nearly that time of the year when roses sell for more than premium gas, when old, under-tempered chocolate is consumed by the ton, and when every person is miserable, single or not. It Read More

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Keep the Bowl Super

Full disclosure: the only football game I will watch is the Army Navy Game and that comes from years of mandatory viewings thanks to my dad, (sink Navy!). After 4 years of college, I can count on one hand how many football games I attended and I definitely never sat through all 4 quarters. But, Read More

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One Day Out There

Between Snowzilla last weekend and The Great Freeze this past week, winter is finally upon us and making up for lost time. It was fun at first, jumping into snow drifts that covered our heads (preferably in bathing suits), getting a few days off (or if you’re a teacher, a full week), but with all Read More

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Winter is Here!

  I love snow more than most people. When it begins to flurry outside I’m the first to run out and frolic in the flakes, often miming Lucy from Charlie Brown about the various flavors of snowflakes depending on the month. This past week we have been bombarded with news and warnings of Winter Storm Read More

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Powerball in Everyday Life

By now, everyone has heard about the whopping 1.3 billion dollar jackpot that is the current Powerball. The crazy notion of the American dream, getting rich quick, has drawn together a country in disbelief and anticipation, and every Wednesday and Saturday we wait with bated breath wondering just how big the pot can get. However, Read More

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