Tag Archives: France

One Night In Paris

I have often discussed my dreams on this blog, Modern Philosophers. They are sometimes confusing, often disturbing, and usually quite memorable.  The thing is, though, they rarely make any sense.  Last night, I had a vivid dream, that stuck with … Continue reading

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Who Will Speak For The Mimes On Bastille Day?

I had to lift The House on the Hill’s ban on mimes today, Modern Philosophers, because the interns got all pouty about it. It’s not that I didn’t want them to have a Happy Bastille Day, but I just find … Continue reading

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Panicked French Citizens Cower From Bastille Day Fireworks

Originally posted on The Return of the Modern Philosopher:
Absolute panic broke out all over France tonight, Modern Philosophers, as French citizens ran for cover from what they believed to be an aerial bombardment. Streets quickly emptied.  Buildings were shuttered. …

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Mayor McCheese To Do French Reality TV Series After Election Day Heartbreak

The day after President Obama delivered his State of the Union Address, my favorite politician stopped by The House on the Hill to deliver his State of the McCheese. I hadn’t seen my good friend Mayor McCheese, Modern Philosophers, since … Continue reading

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Panicked French Citizens Cower From Bastille Day Fireworks

Absolute panic broke out all over France tonight, Modern Philosophers, as French citizens ran for cover from what they believed to be an aerial bombardment. Streets quickly emptied.  Buildings were shuttered.  All of France seemingly rushed underground at the same … Continue reading

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