Monthly Archives: December 2012

Musings from a Job-Starved City: Don’t Let Korona Slip you a Micky this New Year’s

Disclaimer: I don’t drink. Nor do I live in the worst city in the world. It’s only the 9th worst in this country by last count. Not bad, but we could do better. We could do much better if it … Continue reading

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Musings from a Job-Starved City: the Fiscal Cliff

Congress seems like the worst body to decide how to keep us from falling off the fiscal cliff, if only because none of its members have ever been at the bottom. Like many post-crash college grads, I’ve had a terrible … Continue reading

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Best Ever Christmas Gift

Dear Readers, I know I’ve already done a Christmas post this year, but I just had to show you a picture of this beautiful, meaningful tree ornament. By way of a disclaimer, I  didn’t grow up believing in Santa Claus. … Continue reading

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The Wriviera Family’s Favorite Christmas Memories

Christmas greetings fellow bloggers! I’ve decided now would be a good time to introduce you to all six of Jay’s siblings if you haven’t met them before. In the third panel we have Luke and Joy (who I hadn’t met … Continue reading

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