By Charles Caruso
A woman’s touch is always a signal.
If the passage from life to death is as painless as the passage
from waking to sleeping, we have little to fear.
Congress: From oversight committees to overlook committees.
The shadows of snow.
The inevitable orneriness of the inert.
There’s a silent click in the air when early afternoon turns late.
One man’s nostalgia is another man’s crushing bore.
Paying with a credit card is pathetic. Cash is the thing.
What did people do with their hands before cell phones?
Of all the delicious things we drink the most delicious is water—cold clear water.
You’re a drunk when you know the number of your liquor store.