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I have an old textbook I picked up at the second hand book store, titled Eighteenth Century English Literature, by Tillotson, Fussell and Waingrow. Periodically, but without any pattern I can discern, there will appear, in poems and the like, a small superscript circle after a word. What does this mark mean?
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I could never be accused of being to the right, politically speaking. But since my surgery I’ve become aware of how right-handed I am.
I was sedated enough that I don’t recall anything about the actual surgery, other than it
… finish reading On the Right
In the almost six months since my last blog, cancer has come calling. I hope it finds me a formidable opponent, as I have no intention of letting the Big C have its way. In fact, calling it Big gives
… finish reading Big C
It wasn’t his political opinions or his bravado that brought him down. Heck, it wasn’t even the complaints about and pay-offs for harassment. It was money, plain and simple.
When approximately fifty advertisers pulled their support for his program, Bill
… finish reading O’Reilly
Every day of the year probably has significance attached to it sometime in the world’s history. But if you’re interested in what happened on April 13, here are some examples.
In 837 A.D., there was the best view of Hailey’s
… finish reading This Day in History
Because I’m leaving for Boston in two days, I spent most of this afternoon at my beauty salon. Got my hair colored and my nails done. Felt pampered all the way.
At the same time, Press Secretary Sean Spicer fielded
… finish reading Sean Spicer
You’ve GOT to read this! Watch this to the end and you’ll cry! The best invention EVER!
These are teasers that have come across my radar lately. They’re everywhere.
The BEST improvement in history! Redbox on crack! (I didn’t
… finish reading The Age of Hyperbole
Several weeks ago I received an offer I couldn’t resist. It was to have the Sunday New York Times delivered to my door for twenty percent less than it costs me to purchase at a newsstand. When the per
… finish reading The NYT
I suspended blogging on this site in early December because I wanted to focus on my new publishing company, Spectacled Bear. In truth, I was also so disappointed in the presidential election that all I wanted to blog about was
… finish reading No April Fool’s Joke
The bad news is that I need some serious dental work if I want to enjoy eating for the rest of my life. The good news is that I have a wonderful dentist who is up to the job. The
… finish reading Teeth . . . And Other Bothersome Things