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Easter: How Not to Break a Rabbit’s Heart

We’ve all heard of a spouse following a spouse to the other side. How their life force finds a way to ‘follow their heart’ so to speak. A dog will mope for weeks upon losing it’s person. A cat? Well, it depends upon the cat. But a rabbit? A rabbit’s...

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On Chroma, Cows, and Christmas

On Chroma, Cows, and Christmas

“How would you suspend 500,000 lbs of water in the air with no visible means of support?” Answer: “Build a cloud.” — Bob Miller, Artist A couple hundred years ago the art of Painting went from trade to profession. Color became a scientist’s tool for uncovering important information about our...

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On Tolerant Pilgrims and The Erotic Pillsbury Doughboy

It’s interesting to me, that the first Thanksgiving occurred in a rare moment of peace between the Pilgrims and the Massasoit’s in Plymouth in the early 1600’s. An Indian named Tisquantum had been devoted to helping the colonization of the Pilgrims; his motives to carve out the destiny of his...

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