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Love, Kristen: Friday the Thirteenth

Triskaidekaphobia—the fear of the number thirteen—has been around for eons, dating back to the dark ages. If the number lands on a Friday, look out. It’s become a day for which to be paranoid of events that cannot be controlled. … Continue reading

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Personal Quirks

Everybody has them: oddities to help separate the human condition. As is so prevalent on the Net these days, here’s yet another infernal list of some profound eccentricities about which I’m willing to admit: Waiting for the automatic cycle on … Continue reading

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Quirks about Quirks in Photography

Starting today’s diatribe with a question, I’d like to inquire of those who are avid photographers: do you notice perfect strangers will walk up to you out of the blue to find out what you’re photographing? By avid photographers, I … Continue reading

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