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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 ...
... another "authority" to take its place: "government." The escaped monkeys simply build a new cage, and eagerly jump into it, because that is all they know, and all they have ever known.
In a world without the "authority" myth, on the other hand, children could be taught to be moral instead of merely obedient. They could be taught to respect people, instead of respecting the inhuman, violent monster called "government." They could ...
... back to tell Pam what I found ot, she went to use the restroom, and planned to meet me at our gate so we could board.
I'm not sure if it was our leisurely lunch, feeling we had PLENTY of time to catch our flight, whether we were seated at a different gate or what, but Pam came hurrying from the restroom to our gate having heard a page for "The Pitchers" on the intercom...We had ...
... no marker to be seen, we soon stood in Section 13, Range 4, Lot 54, Grave #3, where Charles Di Pasquale Senior was buried 113 years ago.
On the way back to town, I mentioned that Charlie D. Senior lived on Fitzwater Street. Jusuf knew where it was and after a stop at Geno's for a Philly Cheese-Steak Sandwich (the best in the city, Jusuf said), we drove to Fitzwater Street where I photographed the building I think my step-grandfather lived ...
... and the sun felt like a heat lamp a few feet from my face. It's not often I worry about not having sunscreen on this early, but I had no idea how long I would be standing here.
After a 15 minute wait or so, the guard directed people to have ID ready and started to allow people in. He stopped the family a few people in front of me and went inside. He came back out and said we had to wait. There was hope, I was nearly in, get ...