Month: September 2020

You’re Wearing That?

I’ve never been a mother. I’ve never been a daughter. So why would I want to read You’re Wearing That?, which bears the subtitle Understanding Mothers and Daughters in Conversation? Two reasons: The author is Deborah Tannen, as shown above the title. Tannen, if… Read More ›

There is still hope.

Apparently many people think that the number of Supreme Court justices is immutable, that the Constitution specifies that there must be nine. This is not true. If you think that nine is a magic number written into the Constitution, you… Read More ›