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A Gallimaufry: Politics and Prayer, A Dragon and Turkeys

I woke up this morning, which is always a good thing. My memory tells me that Friday night, January 1, I didn’t sleep. At all. Maybe I dropped off for a few minutes to an hour, but even then I … Continue reading

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Death at the Capitol: “Something Isn’t Working”

America’s 2020 presidential election is over. Its aggravation isn’t. I’m one of the many folks who opted to vote by mail. Election results weren’t entirely good or bad news from my viewpoint. This month’s news hasn’t been all bad. Even … Continue reading

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Fog, Frost, Feelings: and Another Washington SNAFU

(Looking across the street last Saturday. (January 2, 2021)) This week’s weather has included, for the most part, dense or patchy freezing fog. I figure the weather, and Washington news, have been affecting my mood. Or should that be “has … Continue reading

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Rereading Christopher Marlowe’s “Doctor Faustus”

“Dr. Faustus” keeps coming back. Christopher Marlowe’s play, I mean, not Johann Georg Faust. J. G. Faust lived five centuries back. Give or take a bit. Extracting his biography from folk legends, chapbooks and assorted other retellings? I’ll leave that … Continue reading

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