Tuesday, September 23, 2014 Elul 28, 5774
What to do with the detritus from relationships
By:
Roy S. Gutterman, JE Feature
As I shifted the boxes and debris on my desk, I sifted through some small piles of old newspaper and magazine clippings. The stuff had accumulated on my desk for at least a year or two. A self-confessed pack rat, I'm not an outright slob. I straighten up my room every now and then, frequently clean it with Windex and...
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By:
Adina Matusow, JE Feature
"Oh, no -- I left my purse in the car, and it's so far away ... would you mind picking up my part this time?" She asked the question when the car was really right across the street. "I pay for you all the time anyway, so whatever." He responds, annoyed. "You make more than me anyway, so what does...
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By:
Roy S. Gutterman, JE Feature
My friends Jonathan and Amie finally got married. It only took them nine years to get there. Theirs is a love story as much as it is a story about the lives young single people live in the 21st century. Normally, I wouldn't pay much attention to somebody else's romance story. But I was there at the beginning, and followed...
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By:
Adina Matusow, JE Feature
You just finished a meal or a few drinks after a great first date. The server comes over with the check and places the bill in front of the guy. He picks it up. Do you: a) reach for your wallet and insist on splitting it; b) make a half-hearted attempt to take out your wallet and offer to pay,...
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By:
Roy S. Gutterman, JE Feature
The first few messages were pretty basic, if not bland. Then her third was based on actual reporting. The Internet, after all, has made the world a much smaller place. Anyone with the insight or desire can pretty much do the same thing as even a lazy reporter. A simple Google search can make any yenta an amateur sleuth, even...
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