I will wager that most of you who dabble in e-mail have received Lori Borgman’s tongue-in-cheek treatise, “The Death of Common Sense (CS).” For those unfamiliar, I will paraphrase: “Three yards of black fabric enshroud my PC. I am mourning the passing of an old friend, Common Sense. His obituary: CS lived a long life but died from heart failure – no one really knows how old he was, his birth records were entangled in miles and miles of bureaucratic red tape."
Columbia's cyclist harassment law fixes phantom problem, creates real ones
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