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Ode to a Spell Checker

ODE TO A SPELL CHECKER by Jerrold H Zar I have a spelling checker, It came with my PC. It plane lee marks four my revue Miss steaks aye can knot sea. Eye ran this poem threw it, Your sure reel glad two no. Its vary polished in it’s weigh. My checker tolled me sew.…

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Abraham Lincoln’s Advice to New Lawyers: Discourage Litigation

Abraham Lincoln has been in the popular culture a lot recently.  A summer hit reimagined him as a vampire hunter; the current Spielberg film casts him as a shrewd and effective politician whose deft maneuvering helped move the 13th Amendment through the House.  After seeing the movie, I went on the Internet and, by chance,…

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Spouse Cheating on You? Do the Math.

The media has been obsessed with the salacious details of the Anthony Wiener scandal.  For a few writers, however, the story has prompted some sober cultural reflection. In the New York Times, Sheryl Gay Stolberg wonders why female politicians rarely get caught up in sex scandals.  No solid conclusions but the sense of it: men…

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