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"Ogle is for the most part a pleasant, incisive companion. Occasionally, though, she manages to lose her cool — and, along with it, the agnostic veneer of her training . . . . She strafes Ralph Nader and his “Naderites,” not to mention journalists, “yuppies,” urbanites, the U.S.D.A. and the F.D.A. Eventually Ogle, her exasperation at a boiling point, does something unexpected: She sides with the hippies." -- Nick Reding, New York Times Book Review
The latest from The Observation Post
At first imperceptibly, and then with more intention, more intention, the mind sorts and sifts through the options each day delivers.
(Which, I predict, will be the last of the Big Shockeroos. Persumably now the geeks will get the point.)
In this case, historical context is everything. And I don’t just mean “big politics” of warfare and diplomacy that pushed Pakistanis to emigrate, but also the personal histories of the men who made up the Beatles.