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What I read this summer

For the purposes of this list I am measuring summer, not in its official capacity, but in its popular capacity from Memorial Day to Labor Day. Here are the books I read, in the order in which I read them. … Continue reading

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Because of the heat

First I’d like to start with a big Thank You! to Willis Carrier, who invented modern air-conditioning.   Honestly I don’t know how people survived NYC summers before A/C. It is just too damn hot. Because of this we must … Continue reading

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