June 19, 2016 |
Adapted from a recent online discussion. Question: My husband and I have different views on what is an appropriate office relationship with someone of the opposite sex. One of us thinks that appropriate behavior is to be friendly in the office, but otherwise keep it all business; the other thinks that it is OK to email one another (not business-related) in the evenings, on weekends, and when traveling. I wondered what your thoughts are. Answer: My main thought is that if you both felt good about your marriage, then you wouldn't worry about disagreeing on this and, in fact, might not even have gotten to the point where you notice that you disagree.
March 29, 2016
I SHOULD PREFACE this communication by informing you I've never written a letter to any media member in my 59 years. I feel compelled to at this time after reading Will Bunch's columns of the past several weeks in the Daily News . I've been a regular reader of the Daily News since the mid-1970s. The column about what the next president's move would be after receiving a 3 a.m. call was especially interesting. After Bunch spent six paragraphs denigrating Donald Trump for his lack of knowledge regarding foreign affairs and referring to the Republican Party as a "know-nothing" party, he eventually transitioned to the current president and started his analysis with a statement indicating he'd won the Nobel Prize too early in 2009 and thus has to earn it every day. Regardless of that opinion, what did this president do?
February 26, 2016
Serves 6 to 8 1/2 cup fine bulgur 1 cup shelled pistachios 1 bunch scallions, thinly sliced 2 small sweet onions, one finely diced, the other sliced thinly 6 cloves garlic, minced 1/2 bunch parsley, chopped 1/2 bunch spearmint, chopped 2 tablespoons Baharat 2 tablespoons paprika 2 teaspoons hot red pepper flakes 2 pounds finely ground lamb Sea salt, pepper to taste Olive oil, for brushing ...
January 25, 2016 |
When the corrupt and inept float to the surface of the swamp known as the Philadelphia Democratic Party, its chairman, U.S. Rep. Bob Brady, usually looks the other way. In Brady's party, a former sheriff and a fellow congressman - whom Brady just endorsed for reelection - face federal charges. A Supreme Court justice from its ranks resigned in disgrace amid investigations of profane emails and questionable fees. A state senator, five state representatives, and eight city judges have been found guilty of crimes.
January 5, 2016 |
MY TOP-FOUR NCAA Tournament seeds if the selections were today. East: Virginia South: Oklahoma Midwest: Michigan State West: Kansas Villanova attempts 48 percent of its shots from the three-point line. The Wildcats, however, are the most accurate two-point shooting team in the country and put on a performance for the ages Saturday night, going 28-for-32 on twos in their 85-71 win at Creighton. The ball movement, passing and finishes were near-perfect as the 'Cats (12-2, 2-0 Big East)
December 4, 2015 |
JONATHAN KRAUSE has caught passes from both Tom Brady and Sam Bradford, but he is not into comparisons. That might be because Krause, released by the Patriots at the end of the preseason after spending much of last season on their practice squad, has been employed by the Eagles since joining their practice squad Sept. 22. He moved to the active roster Nov. 24 - curiously, about the same time New England was going through a wide receiver injury crisis and was looking for help. The Pats ended up signing former Eagle Damaris Johnson.
July 2, 2015
WILL BUNCH'S recent column is as pure a potpourri of leftist rhetoric as I have seen in some time. It's so blatant all I have to do is translate just some of his phrases into normal-ese to make my point. Here goes. He tells us that the (forced by political correctness) removal of the Confederate flag reminded him "of something remarkable that happened a quarter-century ago: the collapse of the Berlin Wall and the fall of the Iron Curtain. " Nonsense. Those things stood for a failed ideology from the nineteenth century; the Confederate flag (whether you like it or not)
June 6, 2015 |
I stood in front of the winner's circle at Belmont Park, ready to scribble some history into my notebook. A record crowd showed up, 120,139, all there for the same reason, that June day in 2004, to see if a horse from Philadelphia Park could capture the last leg of the Triple Crown. The whole sport was rooting for Smarty Jones. I stood next to a young Belmont Park jockey, dressed in a dapper gray suit. As he talked to his girlfriend on his cellphone, I scribbled down what he said: "They haven't thrown me out yet. Oh, honey, I wish you were here.
May 13, 2015 |
Mike Coccia would understand if he hears an occasional boo from the crowd while playing for the Eagles. The undrafted rookie center is a Bethlehem native and son of an Eagles season-ticket holder whose memories with his father include sitting in the 700 level at Veterans Stadium and collecting stories unfit to print. Malcolm Bunche, an undrafted lineman from Newark, Del., would understand, too. His father, Curtis Bunche, was an Eagles draft pick in 1979. Bunche grew up rooting for the Eagles less than one hour down I-95.
May 13, 2015 |
IT WAS every Sunday, Curtis Bunche said. Bunche and his son, Malcolm, would - like thousands of other Eagles fans - sit in front of the television and watch their beloved team. Malcolm loved watching Eagles greats like Tra Thomas, Brian Dawkins and Hugh Douglas. "A few times we did go to the game," Curtis Bunche said. "But we enjoyed it more so at home in front of the television than actually sitting in the stadium. That was every Sunday his entire life, really, growing up. " Now, Malcolm has a chance to wear an Eagles helmet on Sundays.