What you see may not be what you get

Whenever we go to New York City, we typically splurge on one dinner at a nice restaurant, usually the night we’re going to see a show.

So it was during one of these dinners that we encountered a man at a nearby table holding court with people sitting near him.

It didn’t even require strategic overhearing to hear this guy’s thoughts — and oh … he had thoughts — because I’m pretty sure people in Central Park could hear him pontificating.

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A little Saturday reading

I’m always scouring the internet for interesting reads, but I didn’t think I’d come across something by a speechwriter for former Defense Secretary James Mattis on …

… how today’s obsessive selfie-takers could learn something from Rembrandt on this, the 350th anniversary of his death.

But sometimes you find stuff.

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