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The Last Gentleman, Ethan Holmes

Am I the last gentleman? Seriously, are there any men other than me who still treat women with respect, kindness and consideration? The issue of sexual harassment has exploded on to the public scene with revelations of experiences from women … Continue reading

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Water Shortages, Rain Doesn’t Fix It

Water is the single most precious resource on the planet, not oil. A couple of days of rain doesn’t mean there’s water and the global shortages are all gone. Humans tend to be short-sighted like that. Bring on a nice … Continue reading

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Water

Water. It’s the single most important resource necessary to life on this planet. It ranks right there with sunlight as the two things that would mark the planet Earth as a lifeless, barren rock if we didn’t have both. Water … Continue reading

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A Gluten Free Blog

The other day I was in a grocery store and I almost spit my gluten free muffin all over the store shelf. You see, I was looking for some baking powder, you know, the one without the aluminum in it. … Continue reading

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Ethan Holmes, Familiar Sayings

My name is Ethan Holmes and if you’ve ever read anything I wrote you already know I don’t have an ordinary or ‘normal’ viewpoint about many things. Personally I think ‘normal’ is overrated. I’d like to have a talk with … Continue reading

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Ethan Holmes, Rambling Man

I was thinking the other day. I do that on occasion. Then I seem to take a few days off. Does an onion cry when you cut it? Does broccoli scream when you put it in the steamer? Are you … Continue reading

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Ethan Holmes, The Paperman and Valentine’s Day

Paperman Valentine’s Day is fast approaching. I’ve always had a problem with a holiday that, thanks to media and advertising, contains strong implications that my love for a person is directly proportional to how much of the following I will … Continue reading

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An Aversion to Shopping

Ever since I wrote Live Your Life In A Crap Free Zone I’ve discovered I have an aversion to shopping. I know that women who own 127 pair of shoes and men who own every Ipod ever made won’t readily … Continue reading

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