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The [Wednesday] Papers

I couldn't find a YouTube clip of Family Guy's Chris Griffin somewhat famously saying "I have just been buried in paperwork for the past 72 hours," but I'm about to be buried in paperwork for at least the next few hours so I don't suspect there'll be a column today. Besides, Tuesday's column took a lot out of me. That's several days, weeks and even months of work right there for some columnists in town.

It's important, though. I beseech you: If you haven't read The [Tuesday] Papers about the latest on Homan Square, please do so - and follow the links to my previous coverage.

Also, follow the links to the rest of what's on the site right now - it's really good stuff.

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I'm also still trying to solve a stupid-ass technical issue that arose over the weekend. So I'm kind of in hell.

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What kind of paperwork? IRS, Chase bank, State of Illinois - three different departments, just for starters.

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Frustration with humans: 11. One higher than 10.

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From my personal Facebook feed:

"Boy, did those three young women choose the wrong person to proselytize to this morning. Let's just say I destroyed their God and left them in a puddle of faithlessness."

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If you really want to, you can follow on Facebook my adventures yesterday trying to locate an ink cartridge for my printer. And about my printer.

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This is a different feed from the Beachwood Facebook page, fyi.

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FYI: I still need revenue-generating projects for 2015. No job is too small. E-mail me here.

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* Jimmy Butler Admits He Plays Taylor Swift During Warm-Ups.

* The White House Has Gone Full Doublespeak On Fast Track And The TPP.

* Washington Revolving Door Speeds Up As Obama Officials Head For Lobbying Jobs.

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The Beachwood Tip Line: Unbury the news.



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Posted on March 11, 2015


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