It's the end of the world!
I was raised to choose the cheapest brand of whatever I need and, regardless of quality, force myself to enjoy it. Accordingly, in many areas (e.g., wine, wheat bread, spackling, etc.) I've failed
By a trick of fate it turned out that it was somewhat cheaper for me to utilize Amtrak for my holiday travel plans. And so it came to pass that, over the span of two weeks, I traveled by train fro
This column represents, in two respects, a continuation of last time's. Consider it a sequel-not by design, but by effect.
Time was that I regularly donated blood. Before law school, I was one of those guys who was donating every 45 (or so) days. Even during the first year of law school, I participated in several blo
The previous week had been a long one for reasons magnificent and maddening.
Last Saturday several friends and I journeyed to Six Flags America, located in Upper Marlboro. As you know, the Six Flags advertisements assert that, as their parks' names invoke no fewer than six
Greetings, gentle reader, and welcome to the brand new year of my column, a column dedicated to shining a bright, critical light on areas deserving of scrutinizing attention, but often overlooke
So, here we are. Orientation. How do you like it so far? Is it pretty much what you expected? I bet it is. How many different ways are there to do orientation, anyway? That's not a question-t