Monthly Archives: October 2010

Lost in the Fog

I was sad to read in the San Francisco Chronicle last week that an unnamed lender had foreclosed on The Cannery, a building near Fisherman’s Wharf housing a disparate collection of shops and restaurants. If you’ve ever been to San … Continue reading

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Random Thoughts on Turning 55

This coming Sunday is my 55th birthday. It is an occasion for some truly random thoughts to tumble through my head. ● Given that I came of age during a couple of Arab oil embargos, I always thought of 55 as … Continue reading

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Time for a Younger Model

It’s a funny thing about relationships. They go along for a while and they’re fine. You’re getting to know each other, and then things progress and suddenly you realize the other one knows more and more about you. What you … Continue reading

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When The Girls Outperform The Boys

I was the second-smartest person in my third-grade class. The smartest person was a girl named Diane Campbell. That always irked me. Not that she was a girl, but that she was ahead of me. As it turned out, Diane … Continue reading

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