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I truly believe that we will all live in peace and brotherhood someday. And so that I don't lose my faith in humanity, I will live my life as if that day had already happened.

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I'm going to be night-owling it again tonight.

Anybody else?

Thanks to everybody who replied to my thread last night. I can always count on the Loungers when I'm feeling lonesome...

Any night owls up tonight?

I'm just hanging out. No particular reason to go to bed.

Weird random thought: How much wood was wasted on those decorative English Leather bottle stoppers?

I don't know if they still offer those bottles. But I wore English Leather back in the 80's, in a desperate attempt to be cool, and even then, it seemed like a lot of wood to use on a simple bottle cap.

With our respective wives each in different locations, Will Shakespeare and I are drowning our


Ask us anything.

I just read a hospital report. One of my homeless patients has died.

Cardiac arrest secondary to a number of serious co-morbidities.

He was a sweet guy battling all sorts of problems related to a history of IV heroin use. He'd been clean for a while, but his health was just too poor to keep him going. I was grateful to read that his family, whom the hospital had summoned, wanted him placed on comfort care, rather than insist on painful and useless interventions. He was in no pain when he died.

I always enjoyed my visits with him. He was a super guy...

Saturday, February 7th. The Weekend Edition of William Shakespeare's Thought For The Day

"He jests at scars that never felt a wound."

Romeo And Juliet, Act II, Scene 2, Line 1.

Saturday, January 31st. The Weekend Edition of William Shakespeare's Thought For The Day.

Thou art unfit for any place but hell.

Richard III, Act I, Scene 2, Line 111.

From The Vault: the very first William Shakespeare's Thought For The Day - 2006.

"A plague o' both your houses!"

Romeo And Juliet, Act III, Scene 1, Line 91.

Newly relevant again, with the House and Senate in the hands of the Republicans...

I got my star back!

Thank you, Skinner! No more ads!

Having some drinks and dinner with Will Shakespeare.

Ask us anything.
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