Walmart

Scott is the rush hour until closing manager at the local Safeway. He is now probably around fifty but he has been at it for at least twenty years. Outwardly, from what I see in the store, he is the definition of

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Joy Division

Frente!? I am just about to settle on that. Bizarre Love Triangle is my current favorite song and the Bernard Sumner acoustic version may turn-out to be the winner, but it–or rather he–has flaws. It all leads to and from Joy Division.

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The DNL

65 DNL is the administrative construct the FAA uses as a general indicator of excessive noise. More specifically: “The FAA uses the DNL metric and the 65dB noise threshold to make policy assessments.” (https://www.faa.gov/regulations_policies/policy_guidance/noise/history/) These things are incredibly complicated at first glance.

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It is Saturday morning, 6:45. I am relaxing by reading this. Sunday Noon and it is not relaxing at all. Official Oppression. Mistreatment. Perjury in the second degree. https://caselaw.findlaw.com/us-dc-circuit/1872372.html

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Have to Write

This is about expectations. At the end, I’ll explain why. When I graduated from college I was pleased that my parents let me study what I wanted. I worked in Detroit for a while, went to California, and then was accepted at

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Attacked

It was 7:07 in the morning when the attack began. It sounded as though a rocket had been launched in my backyard. Swoosh, boom! Then roar, and finally a long reverberation. It is a pernicious sound that grates on you; it is

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