The television series “The West Wing” plays a role on these pages something like a muse, if potato-shaped and more often sleepy than inspiring. For better or worse, there is something about that program that leads me to, now and then, filter life through its steadicam eyes and the fast-talking heavy-handedness of Aaron Sorkin’s social explication. 494 more words
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…a person (even a New Yorker) could be both dissatisfied and happy at once, and that the act of complaining was not in fact evidence of unhappiness, but something that could in its own way lead to greater happiness.
She was recognized by Guinness World Records as the noble with the most official titles in the world.
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“There’s a feeling of a more stable backdrop that executives think will be with us for the foreseeable quarters.”