Never in the field of human conflict was so much owed by so many to me, and me alone. Only I can fix this.
Just try to buy a solid looking buzz clipper. Sold-out, sold-out, sold-out. Now I did find one for way too much money, and it won’t arrive for a while. I will be cautious about Zoom meetings.
Maggie drained the entire $100 million bridge replacement fund and soon the bridge design was high enough to allow passage of "the highest mast conceivable for a ship at that time; higher than has ever been remotely needed."
It's jarring to see these late night hosts, stripped of their tech armor and studio wizardry trying to tell jokes for a camera in their living rooms, basements and closets.
Lyn Alden Schwartzer provides the clearest explanation I've seen of how the current situation differs from previous economic shocks like the Great Depression and the Great Recession.
Bernie Sanders is one more example of how, once bitten by the presidential bug, politicians stay infected for years.
The effects of Covid-19 creeps closer even as the rate of new cases is declining.
It is not a sin to be anxious. It comes with the territory. But when we’re too anxious, when our anxiety takes over, we are more likely to do bad things.
Just between us: do you really need your $1,200 share of the federal largess?
Are we just bidding farewell to the old normal before entering the new? What’s remarkable is how long-ago that old normal seems now.