Category Archives: memoir
Today, I nearly walked into the path of a car that was entering traffic from a parking lot. The driver was edging into the road and had carefully scoped out his exit. I am certain that he had looked up … Continue reading
Coffee, class and culture: Airport consumption patterns as a measure of globalization and status hierarchy
Coffee, class and culture: Airport consumption patterns as a measure of globalization and status hierarchy.
When you receive a medical diagnosis that is serious, your mind moves out like a posse chasing a dangerous suspect. At first, the deputies fan out in all directions at once without much coordination. One team is off in the … Continue reading