Tag Archives: drugs and alcohol

The Debauched Life

All of us adults have debauched kinaesthesia (a favorite phrase of the Alexander Technique to indicate a faulty kinaesthetic sense). Through paying attention to your habits and letting go of ones that hurt you (such as unnecessary tightening and compression), … Continue reading

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Surprised At The Library

I was sitting at the library Thursday evening exchanging torrid emails with a young shiksa via my Blackberry. On my lap was the sacred text of the February issue of Commentary magazine. I sensed something ominous to my left and … Continue reading

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Are You Really Sorry?

Baltimore Jewish Times editor Phil Jacobs writes: A rabbi friend called me the other day to wish me a Happy New Year. He then told me that he thought that I was being too critical of the Orthodox rabbis. “They … Continue reading

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Rupture and Reconstruction: The Ramones

I put in 50 minutes this evening watching "The End of the Century: The Story of the Ramones." I found it so disturbing that I had to turn it off. There are certain vices I can relate to and tolerate … Continue reading

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Helping The Homeless In Pico/Robertson

I don’t give money or material assistance of any kind to the homeless. I don’t believe in it. There are social service organizations better equipped for this. I talk to the homeless at times. I know some of their names. … Continue reading

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