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Remember 9/11, Live 9/12

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September, 2001, was a tumultuous month for my family. We’d sold our Orange County condo, the only home our children had ever known, and on Labor Day moved into a rented townhouse in Burbank, California.…

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Fool’s Odyssey 14

To read Fool’s Odyssey from the beginning, click here. Chapter Four: Wanderings in the Wilderness Previously: Disenchanted with sensualism, the Fool sought a different life. Again. ↔ I finally found someone to share all the fun I wasn’t having. It … Continue reading

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Fool’s Odyssey 12

To read Fool’s Odyssey from the beginning, click here. Chapter Three: My Life of Decadent Sensualism in Paris (Continued) Previously: After fantasizing about a beautiful stranger, the Fool arrived in Paris–alone. ↔ The train was all done. It was like a … Continue reading

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Fool’s Odyssey 11

To read Fool’s Odyssey from the beginning, click here. Chapter Three: My Life of Decadent Sensualism in Paris (Continued) Previously: Disappointed with materialism, the Fool turned to a life of sensuality. ↔ The girl on the train looked like a preview of … Continue reading

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Fool’s Odyssey 10

To read Fool’s Odyssey from the beginning, click here. Chapter Three: My Life of Decadent Sensualism in Paris Previously: The Fool’s life of gleeful materialism ended as a destitute dream. ↔ The next morning, I went and stood where Mrs. Hussey could stare at … Continue reading

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The Death of Humanity?

We’ve heard about the villains. Let us also remember the heroes. At La Belle Equipe, the Parisian café where 19 people died on Friday the 13th, former French Marine Eric Doninichetti shielded his girlfriend from a hail of bullets, then risked his … Continue reading

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Those Who Are With Us

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