Monthly Archives: October 2005

The Land of Milk and Honey (Part II)

We are late for lunch. This is not a good thing. It is a terrifying thing. At the wheel is Sergio Mionetto, world-renowned maker of some of the finest wine in all of Italy, and arguably clinically insane (though, of … Continue reading

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Swiss Cheese

I woke up at 5:15 AM at the oppressive dictatorship of my alarm clock, but as the reign of passion had dethroned my reason, kicking it down the stairs in a heartless regicide, I stabbed the meddlesome clock in the … Continue reading

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The Land of Milk and Honey (Part I)

I once had the pleasure of corresponding with my roommate’s father. In conducting the little literary business at hand (he has something or other to do with the American Chesterton Society) we exchanged a few e-mails between the two of … Continue reading

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The Re-Annexation of Innocense

It had been my intention to write this week about my adventures of this past weekend, immersed in the glories of the island of Ischia, just off the Western coast of Southern Italy. But the day here in Rome has … Continue reading

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