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Entries Tagged as 'Grins'

Spare Sunday Sup-Sags

October 30th, 2022 No Comments

We’re running so many tests on people that we may run out of litmus.


Campaign Promises We’d Like to See

October 26th, 2022 No Comments

We love candidates who endorse term limits. I agree there are terms that should be limited — or abolished altogether.


Parody Often Gives the Best Defense

October 16th, 2022 No Comments

Novak was arrested, jailed, tried, and acquitted. He then sued the police department for violating his free speech rights….


Spare Sunday Sagacities

August 2nd, 2022 No Comments

Most of us grew up hearing “waste not, want not” or “easy come, easy go.” Never both.


A Swift Solution for Housing Affordability

May 22nd, 2022 No Comments

Simply put, all we need to do to make Eugene affordable is to make it less attractive. There’s no need to overthink it.


Foregone Fripperies

May 7th, 2022 1 Comment

On the far side of disagreement lies a land of empathy and compassion. Let’s explore it.


Wordle Offers Simple Satisfaction

January 28th, 2022 No Comments

You cannot binge Wordle. Each day’s puzzle is its own. The site won’t allow you to play two games in a row.


Renaming Oregon’s Rivalry Game

November 26th, 2021 No Comments

The game is called the Oregon Classic or the football game previously known as the Civil War. I thought we could do better.


A Frightful Fleet of Friday Fripperies

November 8th, 2021 No Comments

Fifth Friday footnotes, follow-ups and far-flung fripperies: Do you have “touchless” Halloween giveaway plans? Doesn’t that defeat the purpose of neighborhood revelry? I have a new theory about the Ducks’ football strategy. Winning games is less important than winning ratings. If they always keep the fourth quarter interesting, TV networks will nudge the playoff selection […]


Customer Service Actuaries Needed

September 16th, 2021 No Comments

We’ve now reached the apex of apologies. Companies claim to be embarrassed about all those other customers who got in line before you!