D. None of the Above

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By Daniel Dunaief As I ponder the next step before my pint-sized daughter leaves the proverbial nest, I recall the incongruities between what we expected,...

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By Daniel Dunaief If you ever move away from Long Island, you may find relief and a longing. The relief could take many forms. For starters,...

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By Daniel Dunaief Advice is wonderful, unless it isn’t. The giving and receiving of advice is nothing like the process of exchanging gifts around the...

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By Daniel Dunaief Something about a posed picture brings out the prankster in me. I realize, of course, that posed pictures can and do capture...

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By Daniel Dunaief When we want to use a pronoun to refer to a deity, we use a capital letter out of respect, so that...

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By Daniel Dunaief Four people get into an elevator together. They kind of recognize each other, but they’re not sure so they smile politely and...

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By Daniel Dunaief I appreciate the joy of vanity license plates. They are like small puzzles that allow me to ponder their meaning while I await...

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By Daniel Dunaief Theodore Geisel, or Dr. Seuss as he was better known, was born 115 years ago earlier this month. He brought us so...

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By Daniel Dunaief A reader wrote in to request a column about the search for missing items. The following is my attempt to oblige that request. Right...

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By Daniel Dunaief What better day than today, March 14, to celebrate numbers? In case you haven’t heard, math teachers around the country have been...

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