Monthly Archives: June 2011

On Deaf Ears

Vincent Van Gogh has, by now, achieved world wide celeb status, even though he expired via a self inflicted gun shot wound in 1890.  (I often use Van Gogh metaphorically on how long it takes one to be dead before … Continue reading

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The Vague Reflection

While we were preparing supper a few nights ago, I overheard a rerun from CBS’s sitcom “How I Met Your Mother” playing.  With a little research, I found it was from Season 4 (2008) Episode 14 “Possibible.” The synopsis is … Continue reading

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Anecdotal Evidence

an·ec·dot·al adj \ˌa-nik-ˈdō-təl\  Merriam-Webster’s Definition of ANECDOTAL 1 a : of, relating to, or consisting of anecdotes <an anecdotal biography> b : anecdotic 2 <my anecdotal uncle> 2 : based on or consisting of reports or observations of usually unscientific … Continue reading

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