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Power of One

0 Comments · Thursday, November 1, 2001
A Corpse Is a Corpse, of Course, of Course Can someone please explain to me why anyone should be looking at eight years in prison for posing and photographing a corpse? Or why we must spend mill  

When Love Fails

0 Comments · Thursday, February 8, 2001
Like most holidays, Valentine's Day brings out both our best and worst. For those in love, it is a celebration of that love. For those who are missing out on that joy, it is a painful reminder. In   

Twelve Days of Excess

0 Comments · Thursday, December 21, 2000
Dec. 25, 2000 -- Dear Adam, talk about unique Christmas gifts! When you hinted at something cute and cuddly, I was expecting a puppy or a kitten, not a poor-white-trash kid in bare sleeves. I found   

Contest and Concession

0 Comments · Thursday, December 7, 2000
Sometimes you win, sometimes you lose. And sometimes you win by giving up the fight. Contest and concession are a part of our human experience, whether the prize is the White House, public opinion o  

Slouching Toward Gomorrah

0 Comments · Thursday, November 2, 2000
Five ... four ... three ... two ... and fasten your seatbelts, ladies and gentlemen. Make sure your tray tables are returned to the upright position; the free lunch is over. We are on final approach  

Meet Me In St. Louis

0 Comments · Thursday, October 19, 2000
Here in St. Louis, I was so busy with work I could hardly keep up with the see-saw swings of the political season. I was just about ready to breathe a sigh of relief and write George W. Bush out of  

Pigs on the Air

1 Comment · Thursday, October 5, 2000
Speaking of pigs in the streets of Cincinnati, how about the squealing of Laura Schlessinger and the nasty litter suckling at her teats? Paramount, Clear Channel Radio and our own "hometown station,  

The Pig and the Poke

0 Comments · Thursday, September 21, 2000
On those occasions when you have to eat your words, it's usually best to sprinkle them with salt and humor. Trying to cover up the flavor of a sour observation with saccharine sweetness only incr