Reality is more complex than the map

By rickColosimo / January 19, 2014 /

The reality of being a single dad is even more complicated than this because all the lines are about half-an-inch wide (to scale), so it’s really an enormous mass of grey. OTOH, maybe that means I really should just stop trying to figure stuff out — but that’s hard to do when your primary skill…

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A recipe for …?

By rickColosimo / August 4, 2011 / Comments Off on A recipe for …?

Tom said: What you need is someone who is interesting, dynamic, can handle your craziness, and is not psycho. That’s a tall order. This will be on the test. 🙂

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Born into pessimism

By rickColosimo / April 8, 2011 /

Sometimes, life is too fatalistic for my tastes. It’s a fundamentally anti-American thing to say that we are too molded by the past, that our destinies are rough-hewn before we have control of our own lives. Sad, too, to learn too late that this is also true of those around us. Certainly, this isn’t determinism;…

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Character is for when it counts

By rickColosimo / January 6, 2011 /

The NYT can’t understand corporate finance [link to come; post underway], but they can do headlines: “Hijacker Overpowered on Norway-Turkey Flight.” I guess we did all learn from the heroes on United 93. “Never again” is as good a motto as “let’s roll.” It stands to all of us to do something, perhaps not everyday,…

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