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Deb Amlen
Head writer/senior editor of , the crossword column of The . Pals around with terriers. "Non ego operor illud."
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Brian Hoerst 2h
"One bearded observer took the Juul out of his mouth and looked stunned. 'I’ve never seen anyone play like that,' he said." Big fan of that sentence. Even bigger fan of it being about air hockey prowess.
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In other news, the woman’s intended denied the relationship, saying that it was “just a filament of her imagination.”
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Yashar Ali 🐘 10h
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Replying to @Angelaxg5504
Same with my dad. I’m so sorry.
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Replying to @lmlauramarsh
Weed. Maybe some Buspar.
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Replying to @Amy_Rey @gritzmac
Damning with faint praise!
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*Waves from Sorrento*
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O.K., “Chicki Minaj” just killed me.
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Deb Amlen Jul 21
THIS CHANGES EVERYTHING
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Deb Amlen Jul 21
Sydney J. Harris was a commentator for the Chicago Daily News when he wrote this column in 1969, in the edition that covered the moon landing. It also sounds like it could have been written in 2019, because the more things change, the more they stay the same. H/t
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Deb Amlen Jul 20
Replying to @ClaraJeffery
Aww, poor baby. Cabbage needs extra love and gentle scratches until he is better. I’m sorry hiking is out for the weekend, but it is ugly hot out there anyway. Hope he feels better soon!
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NYTimes Wordplay Jul 20
Boy I go away for two weeks, and look what happens. ESCAPED EMU ALERT! (15)
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Deb Amlen Jul 20
Replying to @ThatTonyH
Painful. There should be a law.
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Deb Amlen Jul 20
I would like it to be known that I personally rappelled off a mountain to get down to Sorrento from where we are staying. Charles says we walked down a path, but it was very long and very steep and I am sticking to my story. Here is what we were greeted with when we got there.
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Deb Amlen Jul 19
“When all is said and done, it makes good toast.”
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Deb Amlen Jul 19
“Sorrento: The Biggest Damn Ferns I’ve Ever Seen.” See? I could write for the Travel desk.
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Deb Amlen Jul 19
Yes ma’am. When I get back from vacation
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Deb Amlen Jul 19
Replying to @robicellis
I ALREADY DID. SO THERE.
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Deb Amlen Jul 19
Replying to @robicellis
I just saw the movie for the first time and now I’m going to have to listen to this
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Deb Amlen Jul 19
Leaving Florence and driving in the approximate direction of Rome. I hope.
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