Monthly Archives: September 2011

COMFORT FOOD

I have to write about food.  This week is the Jewish New Year, I’m from New “Yawk,” therefore, I have to “tawk” about food.  I’m not going to write about the countless ways food and fat are related or the … Continue reading

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YOU’VE COME A LONG WAY BABY

For women of a certain age, the slogan, “You’ve come a long way baby,” will light up memories of a certain ad for a certain cigarette.  In 1968, capitalizing on the feminist movement, a brand of smokes was introduced with … Continue reading

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NO STRINGS ATTACHED

The expression no strings attached has its origin in the fabric industry.  If a piece of cloth was imperfect, a string would be placed there to let people know that there was a flaw.  A perfect piece of material, therefore, … Continue reading

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THE PHRASE

I want to write about THE PHRASE. I first heard it from a friend of mine about two years ago. She heard it from her therapist. I did an internet search for THE PHRASE and was surprised how many others … Continue reading

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