I was on vacation in an especially beautiful corner of New England -- a place darkened at the time by some typically wet, chilly, early spring New England weather -- when I saw the piece on the op-ed page of The Dallas Morning News by Larry Good. Wow. One of the city's most prominent architects was ... More >>
"The UPS guy drops things off and he sees my 4-by-8-by-6-foot pile of food and I say, 'What are you doing to prepare, buddy?'" (Jim Wiseman of La Jolla, California--figures--who has taken to survivalist ways in fear that an economic collapse would empty store shelves. Mmm...pile of food. Wiseman's b ... More >>
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