Posts Tagged ‘ travelogue ’

The Oracle of Omaha

The Oracle of Omaha

A friend I had supper with this week spent 3 hours with the Sage of Omaha the other day. Flew to Omaha and sat in a ”terrible neighborhood diner” and ate terrible food, and spoke with him for hours. He said it was the kind of place you see in horror movies, where ghosts...
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The Unused Visa: Sanity over Sanaa

The Unused Visa: Sanity over Sanaa

Occasionally, we at American Rattlesnake like to publish original work on issues of a topical nature. That is why I’m pleased to bring you a trenchant personal essay that touches upon one of the most disturbing issues recently dominating the news cycle. So without further ado, I present to you the words of my good friend, Marion Dreyfus:
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