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Life On the Couch

Guilt Because I Survived

If you live in the Bay Area you have heard little else other than the devastating fires that ravaged our beloved wine country.  October is notorious for fire in California due to the strong, warm off shore winds, but this year was worse than ever.  As of Thursday October 19, 42 deaths have been reported, […]

October, 2017 | 0 Comments

Leaning In

So what happened to Leaning In? Sheryl Sandberg got a lot shade when her first book published 4 years ago – for not being sensitive to single mothers, blue collar workers, etc. Sadly, her husband died and that has prompted a second book, Plan B for which she appraises the working landscape’s deficiencies and how […]

June, 2017 | 0 Comments

Artificial Intelligence

I read an article featuring predictions from futurist Ray Kurzweil, with some astonishing predictions for the future of artificial intelligence (A.I.). Kurzweil is the current director of engineering at Google, so he has some weight when it comes to intelligence. Many of his predictions sound interesting, with the exception of point #4: Dead People Will […]

May, 2017 | 0 Comments

Breaking the Rules

The current political landscape and world culture has drawn a lot of attention to breaking the rules. As a parent I can’t help but feel it’s crazy-making to bring kids up in the world right now where the rules are a constant moving target.  Ways of doing things both politically and culturally are obsolete before […]

April, 2017 | 0 Comments

They F**k You At The Drive Thru

I’ve just gotten off the phone with my family’s insurance carrier and the result is a strange and familiar combination of anger, confusion, distrust and general insanity.  I will not name them out of principle and perhaps paranoia.  I receive imbecilic correspondence from them monthly, claiming they cannot read my HCVA 1500 form (general insurance form). […]

June, 2014 | 0 Comments

Why Whitney Houston’s Death is Not That Shocking

The Grammy producers were scrambling last weekend to add a fitting tribute to the pop icon, which ultimately was punctuated by mini tributes to The Voice as she was often referred to. Much of the attention given so far to her early demise centers around her amazing talent and mysterious cause of death, but not […]

February, 2012 | 0 Comments

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