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  • No Cats, No Sleepovers: Boomers Become Housemates

    Living with housemates is challenging—and it doesn’t get easier with age; ‘not in my house.’ Rejecting the ‘roommate’ label in retirement. ‘People of Similiar Sensibilities Sharing Living Quarters’

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  • Phish Fans Are Friendly—Until the Tarps Come Out to Save Seats

    Tempers flare when concert-goers claim whole rows of choice space by throwing giant plastic covers over them. For Phish fans, known for mellow vibes, its an identity crisis. ‘I could not stop thinking—who are “we?” what have “we” become?’

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  • Nice Degree, but Your Diploma Gets an ‘F’ for Spelling

    College is a mark of scholastic achievement, so why can’t schools achieve freshman-level language mastery on sheepskins they hand out? ‘Ontario High Shcool’ and a degree in ‘Business Admininistration.’

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  • Who Ruins Movie Night? That Person Who Can Recite Every Line

    Recall fanatics who memorized masterworks from the 80s and 90s, such as ‘Top Gun,’ ‘Mrs. Doubtfire’ and ‘Major League,’ amuse and torture friends while watching. “I can’t experience it for myself because all I hear is him butting in.”

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  • Rhododendron? Hydrangea? America Doesn’t Know Anymore

    The country has a growing case of ‘plant blindness’—a term used by botanists to describe the inability to identify basic plants. Even biologists struggle. ‘Imagine a medical doctor who didn’t know how to identify the correct body parts.’

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  • In France, Even the Rats Have Rights

    Rodents overrunning Paris have defenders who say the varmint has a right to inhabit the City of Lights, too. ‘We really need to find a balance to live together.’ Reaching ‘Rat-Prochement’

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