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Is Food the New Sex?
by Mary Eberstadt
January 27, 2009
Of all the truly seismic shifts transforming daily life today — deeper than our financial fissures, wider even than our most obvious political and cultural divides — one of the most important is also among the least remarked. That is the chasm in attitude that separates almost all ...
... 4 nights with. So luckily I was able to get internet access and we called Gilda who said that Joe was at the airport trying to find us, so we described where we were and waited. After just a few more minutes I saw Joe rushing pass and I called out to him. I should mention we have never actually met Joe but luckily had seen pictures and talked once on Skype. Gilda we knew from meeting in Sydney about 20 years ago.
Gilda had ...
... sleep after the unexpected burst of work (needed a rest after the exertion :-)) and woke to yet another blue skied NY morning. Jessica went off to surprise her grandmother by paying an unannounced visit (she lives in New York too) so Chris and I had the morning and early afternoon to ourselves so - as the weather was so nice - took the touristy Staten Island ferry and visited a place on SI for lunch before returning to Manhattan for a last NYC beer together. Jessica came to ...
It's taken me a little while to get over this day and reflect back on it. But now the following evening all is right again and where I'm supposed to be. It started off drama free, I checked out of the hotel with plenty of time to get to the station and get a train to the airport. Didn't get lost and found my way to the terminal easy enough. Checking in way a little confusing. It was self check in only. There were airline staff there to help, but the lady near ...
... of the 39 signers of the Declaration, it amounted to treason, however they made that commitment that changed their lives and shaped America as we know it today. It was also interesting to us to see that the date of America’s independence from Britain also coincided with the first colonial establishment in Botany Bay, Australia. Perhaps the British were looking for alternate lands to colonise, after losing the revolutionary ...