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When the time comes for the last child in the family to relinquish her tattered baby blanket, she’s not the only one who’s a little shaky about it.
Trying to get a sick word processor fixed is enough to make us think twice about the technological revolution.
The dreamiest of the practical decisions.
The Shooting Party hits the bull’s-eye; Rambo: First Blood Part II makes Viet Nam the Club Med of mass death; A View to a Kill should have considered suicide.
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Street barricading in Dallas.
The stars (and stripes) at night are big and bright.
Cloud seeding in the Hill Country.
Singing the blues at the Fort Worth Opera; reversing the Texas Supreme Court; computing the damage at TI; cooking with gas at FERC.
Having fun with Shaggy; just being neighborly; debating the problems of the prisons.
Points of view
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