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    Being the hard-nosed investigative journalist that I am (not), I don't like to see this column go to waste. That's why I consistently focus on life's most challenging questions: Why are we here? Do we have a purpose? What is right? What is wrong? Where do we go when we die? How do we make th…

    A little bit of change is often a big deal in my world. Change can be exciting, intimidating, scary and exhilarating. In other words, it's usually not for me. "Exhilarating" isn't a word that crops up very often in my couch-dwelling lifestyle.

    As reliable as the swallows returning to Capistrano, at least a couple of times a year, you can count on me to write one of my patented, "Wah! I'm so old! Where did the time go?" columns. I suppose this could be considered one of them, but unfortunately, this column isn't about me.


    Last week, I wrote about something downright fishy: my newfound love of seafood as a quick dinner. You really can't ask for an easier meal to prepare. Bam! I'm suddenly one of those fancy chefs who says things like "Bam!"

    Does your brain occasionally replay your worst memories? Mine does, and usually with no warning. I could be in a great mood, let my mind wander for a second, and bam! All of a sudden I'm reliving the day my cat died. Or the day I flunked that test. Or the time I got fired from that job. Or t…

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