Sub-sub titled: A very interesting week, indeed.
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That’s me at my high school graduation 19 1/2 years ago. I’m not sure I wanna go back and visit that guy.
Now that the election is over, let’s find a way to put aside our differences-or understand and appreciate our differences-and move forward.
Same old column, brand new “hipster.”
Does life really begin at 40? Dave just celebrated that milestone, and this is what he has to say.
In the latest Aging Hip Replacement column, Dave Rullo wonders if the media’s constant attention to 9/11 is making things worse.
I’ve been trying to decide what to write about this week. Sometimes the columns just jump out at me and other times, well it requires a little work. Jack started second grade this week and for a little while that seemed like it was going to be the topic of choice but it didn’t stick which made me think it probably wasn’t a great topic. Then of course I thought about the fact that I’m going to be forty in [...]
The 52nd Aging Hip Replacement post (a whole year, kids!) finds Dave Rullo wondering who’ll be the voice of the next generation.
In the name of fatherhood, Dave Rullo takes his son to a Big Time Rush column–check out our latest Aging Hip Replacement column.
I’ve been thinking a lot about mortality for a number of reasons. I don’t like thinking about mortality, I don’t like thinking, knowing really, that at some point I’m going to die. It’s all part of a bigger picture that may or may not become clear by the time I’m finished typing this we’ll have to see where we end up. You may have noticed that I’ve been absent for the last several weeks. To be frank, I’ve been a [...]