Month: September 2019

Fall for Fall

I fall for Fall. Reasons are both simple and deep. Cozy sweaters and boots replace tired t-shirts and flip flops. Honeycrisps and winesaps weigh heavy on baums. Contests of football draw me closer to friends and patches with pumpkins closer to family. Air is crisp, naturally conditioned in a manner no machine could touch. And …

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To Hong Kong With Love

Finding anyone who supports the communist Chinese government over the protesters in Hong Kong is difficult. Perhaps, if I asked around North Korea, Cuba, or Venezuela I might have some success, but here in America everyone from President Trump to the seemingly endless list of Democratic Party presidential primary candidates who wish to challenge Trump …

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