Monthly Archives: April 2015


Originally posted on Box o' Ducks:
When I was in law school at the University of Michigan, many years ago, the Jewish Law Students organization sold t-shirts, emblazoned with “Michigan Law, Class of 1984.” I bought one. A classmate chastised…

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World Book Night 2014…and plans for 2015

It started with a phone call. I had already read the book that I was to be giving away and felt that this novel, The Perks of Being a Wallflower, needed a different venue than the grocery store where I … Continue reading

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March 2015’s reads of a somewhat slacking pedometer geek

The first quarter has ended; the second has begun, and New Year’s resolutions are still intact for this pedometer geek. Of course, it is important to choose resolutions that one is motivated to do, and this pedometer geek has two … Continue reading

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From my friend Ron L. It is perfect for today. He is risen!

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MMM….Million Mile Month

This pedometer geek is always tries to achieve 10,000 steps on the pedometer each day. It is one of my continuing resolutions though I must admit that I have never consistently achieved it. The closest I ever came was one … Continue reading

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