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... situation. The other world of religion is different from the other world of entertainment; but they resemble one another in being most decidedly "not of this world." Both are distractions and, if lived in too continuously, both can become, in Marx's phrase "the opium of the people" and so a threat to freedom. Only the vigilant can maintain their liberties, and only those who are constantly and intelligently on the spot can hope to govern themselves effectively ...
On Friday Mark drove me to the airport after lunch to fly down to Philly for Jess' bachelorette party. After countless hours of planning, ordering fun bachelorette-themed gifts, it was finally time for the event of the year! I arrived at 5:15 on Friday night and (lucky for me) I had Jess all to myself. Eddie and Amy (roommates of the house we were staying in) were also around so we had some bonding time together. Everyone else would arrive bright and early in the morning ...
... I wouldn't go back to the houses started to get nicer and bigger and knew we were getting close. The surgeons office was in the best neighborhood in a lovely office.
When it came time to pay there is a CC reader in the back seat controlled by a touch screen. The first question is cash or credit? As soon as I pushed credit, the cabbie asked if I could pay by cash instead. I found out shortly thereafter that the credit system does not have ...
We arrived on time in Philly and ate at Chickie's and Pete's, a hometown, legendary sports bar with a location at the airport terminal. We had "crab fries" (crinkle-cut french fries dusted with crab boil seasoning) and split a cheesesteak sandwich (we WERE in Philly!) Pam had their signature Bloody Mary and I had a local IPA while we watched the World Cup (Brazil vs Columbia). The airport terminal ...
... 48 bucks a night - how's them apples?). But we opted for a cab instead. As we walked out of the hotel, a cab driver was standing on the steps and his taxi was parked right in front of the hotel. There was a brief conversation between the bell hop and driver, checking whether he could take us to Yeadon. He said yes, that he knew where it was so it would not be a problem. We jumped in the cab and headed for Holy Cross.
We found the cemetery ...