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Daily Archives: September 12, 2020
What do you do… Once you’ve tattooed that last square inch of available, never-exposed-to-sunlight skin? Once you’ve run through every hair dye variation know to humanity, and moved on to hats? Once your sartorial sense has transitioned from “unique” and … Continue reading
So, have you been to the movies lately? Theaters opened in your neck of the woods? I am checking in on relatives in NC, where cinemas are closed. But I’ve seen three films since Florida’s were almost certainly prematurely reopened … Continue reading
Fernando Ferro is a trauma doctor, so naturally he keeps a very busy schedule. He works shifts at two hospitals, one in Mar del Plata, the other in Buenos Aires. That means he has to keep apartments in each place, … Continue reading