Author Archives: popdialectic

Like Playdough Through a Keyhole

How do you teach your son about sex? Honestly, if you know what’s good for either of you. Continue reading

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I Think I Got the Wrong Catalog

Advertisers aren’t even offering me anything I could plausibly go for. I’d love to know who they think they’re sending these offers to. Continue reading

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Life is Like a Box of Chocolates

If I dropped you in the forest alone, with a hatchet, how long before you could send me an email? Continue reading

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Tuesday Redux

If the election cycle itself is neverending, you can’t fault me too badly for posting a couple more thoughts. Continue reading

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Don’t Make Me Vote. You Wouldn’t Like Me When I Vote.

I voted this morning, a straight ticket for the Meh Party. Here’s what I was thinking while it went down. Continue reading

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Back to the Mailbag

Never let it be said that the Popdialectic ignores serious comments. Or these comments. Continue reading

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Facebook’s Ultimate Conflict Kulture

Politics serves a purpose, but there needs to be a time when we put it away, too. Continue reading

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Five Ways to Better Friendship

I believe that people are basically good at heart, so here are a few suggestions that will make us better friends. Continue reading

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And Back. When I Feel Like It.

Here we are again. It’s been almost a year since I decided I had to get away from the computer and out into the world. I paid tribute to the birth of my niece, then slung the Mailbag over my … Continue reading

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Welcome, Little Girl

Grow up well, please, but not too quickly. Continue reading

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