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Paul Kandarian

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And there is no better example of being in the moment than a child. Watch them play, laugh, live, love, thrive. That moment is all they know. That moment is all they need. Read more

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“I have bitten into the sandwich less eaten, and it has made all the difference.” Read more

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Paul Kandarian's short, uneven little masterpiece from Ljiljana Vasiljevoc's small, masterfully uneven little South Coast Insider. Read more

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I couldn’t help but notice: Mike Pence and Paul Ryan look like they’ve been replaced with very real-looking robots. Read more

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A study in the Journal of Social Psychology showed that people performing a single kind act a day for ten days experienced a significant increase in overall happiness than those who did not. Read more

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Now usually in a bar fight between two moronic men like this, who thump and bump their chests in an alpha male show of useless bravado, one moron gets fed up and punches the other one on the nose. Read more

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–In the Glutton for Punishment Category: sometimes when I’m driving, I ask for directions from Siri and Google Maps just so I can have two women at the same time telling me where to go. Read more

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And although I’ve just started this whole hiking thing, like many people new to a hobby I am an expert because I love talking about it on social media, where the definition of expert is “mocking people who don’t know nearly as much as you do.” Read more

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I used to work at a daily newspaper, where coffee and cigarettes ruled my working hours. I’d smoke two decks a day easily, and power down gallons of java ... Read more

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At the start of each year, roughly every man, woman, and child in the universe joins a gym vowing to get into shape....Then ten minutes later, crickets as gyms go silent, people shuffle back to their winter dens to pack on fat for the season... Read more

Good Times

The mind and body operate as one. Western medicine splits it up. Nature doesn’t do that. For example, panic attacks, which are based in the mind, come with physical manifestations: chest pains, shortness of breath, a pounding heart. Mind. Body. Read more

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Anyone who’s had major dental work knows the pain. No, not that pain, the financial pain, which is worse and much longer lasting. Major dental work is up there in the “Are you KIDDING me?!” range. Read more

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I trusted him, that trust extending to believing he truly wanted to cure me of smoking. Which he has. I almost said “so far.” But I won’t. My brain has been fooled into not wanting a cigarette again. Read more

Prime Times

I am not a man of any particular faith; I keep my own. But I am a man who believes in the power of love that death cannot diminish. That power had a hand in putting that ring back on mine. Read more

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Every day, we read about addicts overdosing and dying. Every day addiction claims the life of, on average, 129 souls. ...Every day we wonder what we can do. Read more

Good Times

And that probably had nothing to do with her religious beliefs. It very well may have, though I suspect it had more to do with a good upbringing. But mostly, she seemed like a decent human being. Read more

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We are the lowing chattel cattle of their profiteering dreams and usury visions in the form of baggage fees to offset skyrocketing fuel costs that are no more, and overpriced so-called meals a soup kitchen would refuse. Read more

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I’m the sole American in the group. The Summer Olympics are underway and I compare this to anyone who would listen as a classic Canada-USA clash of Olympian proportion. Read more

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Moustache trends come and go, and this one (the 60's) was in bloom. We had moustache heroes to model ourselves after: Burt Reynolds..., Tom Selleck..., Cheech Marin. ...Billy Dee Williams, And for many years, the uber-cerebral Alex Trebek. Read more

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Some are born great, some achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon them. - William Shakespeare (1564-1616) Read more

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Most recently, I went to the Wareham pot shop with a double mission: not to get high so much as tap the medicinal resources of weed, specifically CBD oil. Read more

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Yeah, okay, this all sounds crazy, a little woo-woo, I get it. But everyone has their own version of spirituality that feeds their souls. This is mine. Read more

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“I have bitten into the sandwich less eaten, and it has made all the difference.” Read more

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Speaking of numbers, isn’t it weird that when it’s 60 outside, it’s comfortable, but when it’s 60 inside, it’s freezing? Thanksgiving beauty and inspiration. Read more

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Paul Kandarian's short, uneven little masterpiece from Ljiljana Vasiljevoc's small, masterfully uneven little South Coast Insider. Read more

The Insider

91029519

Mark Wilson Getty Images

I couldn’t help but notice: Mike Pence and Paul Ryan look like they’ve been replaced with very real-looking robots. Read more

Prime Times

A study in the Journal of Social Psychology showed that people performing a single kind act a day for ten days experienced a significant increase in overall happiness than those who did not. Read more

The Insider

Now usually in a bar fight between two moronic men like this, who thump and bump their chests in an alpha male show of useless bravado, one moron gets fed up and punches the other one on the nose. Read more

The Insider

6100-05828678

Masterfile (Royalty-Free Div.)

And although I’ve just started this whole hiking thing, like many people new to a hobby I am an expert because I love talking about it on social media, where the definition of expert is “mocking people who don’t know nearly as much as you do.” Read more

The Insider

I used to work at a daily newspaper, where coffee and cigarettes ruled my working hours. I’d smoke two decks a day easily, and power down gallons of java ... Read more

The Insider

At the start of each year, roughly every man, woman, and child in the universe joins a gym vowing to get into shape....Then ten minutes later, crickets as gyms go silent, people shuffle back to their winter dens to pack on fat for the season... Read more

Good Times

The mind and body operate as one. Western medicine splits it up. Nature doesn’t do that. For example, panic attacks, which are based in the mind, come with physical manifestations: chest pains, shortness of breath, a pounding heart. Mind. Body. Read more

The Insider

Anyone who’s had major dental work knows the pain. No, not that pain, the financial pain, which is worse and much longer lasting. Major dental work is up there in the “Are you KIDDING me?!” range. Read more

The Insider

I trusted him, that trust extending to believing he truly wanted to cure me of smoking. Which he has. I almost said “so far.” But I won’t. My brain has been fooled into not wanting a cigarette again. Read more

Prime Times

I am not a man of any particular faith; I keep my own. But I am a man who believes in the power of love that death cannot diminish. That power had a hand in putting that ring back on mine. Read more

The Insider

Every day, we read about addicts overdosing and dying. Every day addiction claims the life of, on average, 129 souls. ...Every day we wonder what we can do. Read more

Good Times

And that probably had nothing to do with her religious beliefs. It very well may have, though I suspect it had more to do with a good upbringing. But mostly, she seemed like a decent human being. Read more

The Insider

We are the lowing chattel cattle of their profiteering dreams and usury visions in the form of baggage fees to offset skyrocketing fuel costs that are no more, and overpriced so-called meals a soup kitchen would refuse. Read more

The Insider

I’m the sole American in the group. The Summer Olympics are underway and I compare this to anyone who would listen as a classic Canada-USA clash of Olympian proportion. Read more

The Insider

Moustache trends come and go, and this one (the 60's) was in bloom. We had moustache heroes to model ourselves after: Burt Reynolds..., Tom Selleck..., Cheech Marin. ...Billy Dee Williams, And for many years, the uber-cerebral Alex Trebek. Read more

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