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Sunday August 30, 2015
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Table for one

Table for one

Remember when social observers decried the effect of television on the evening meal? People were sitting around the tube while they ate instead of conversing civilly across the dining room table, and civilization as we knew it would be doomed. Now, those seems like the communal good old days:

12 for a penny

Ah, memories:

TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (AP) - Millions of baby boomers’ music memories connect to Terre Haute.

My mom the jailer

One of the coolest "take your kids to work" experiences ever:

 GREENFIELD, Ind. (AP) — Few people who have stayed a night in a county jail have a desire to return and reminisce on their experiences. But for Phyllis Anderson, the old brick building at 27 American Legion Place conjures up fond family memories.

Paper trail

Well, good luck with that:

Remember paper?

Memos to sign. Maps to fold. Letters to write. Calendars to flip.

Out there with politics

Mr. Lonely

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This just in

We all know that what we think of as "the news" is evolving rapidly. The social networks are a part of it, and it looks like they're becoming a more signigicant component  even sooner than many of us thought:

The long goodbye

Just because you can extend a life doesn't mean you should. No, not your grandmother. Your cat.

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Poor, poor, privileged me

The best arrogantly self-pitying whine I've read all month: "I tried to escape my privilege with low-wage work. Instead I came face to face with it":

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