Tag Archives: T.S. Eliot

Traditional marriage and the concept of ‘pilita’

Pilita – Spanish slang for piling on. If you plan on supporting the concept of traditional marriage — members of the opposite sex with a bare minimum of common ancestors¹ — in the public square debate, for God’s sake be … Continue reading

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T. S. Eliot and the Miami Marlins Parking Garage

T. S. Eliot never once wrote: This is the way the Megaplan ends Not with a parking garage but with aluminum car ports [lacking permits naturally] in every Little Havana front yard. There are three things worth highlighting from yesterday’s … Continue reading

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