On July 9, 2018, a troubling e-mail arrived in my inbox. “Your Online Bill from AT&T” appeared as the subject. Figuring the worst that would happen, hassle and raising Cain for their unauthorized service provided—described in a tirade from last … Continue reading
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How many digits of π can you recite from memory? Close, but no cigar! At least Bill had one of those. Personally, I can recount 5 plus: 3.1415 blah, blah, blah . . . Happy Hump Day, L8tr!
Spring is now in its second month already. The regular baseball season is following close behind. My favorite teams, the Phillies and Yankees, are playing exceptionally well thus far, looking like contenders for the Fall Classic again. On this past … Continue reading
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