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Yes, Freud missed the ski season … again

I does appear that I have missed yet another ski season. Bummer. Yes, your sports editor since 2002 and sports writer since 1997 — my first story for the Vail Daily ran a cover headline that Princess Diana’s funeral was happening on that Saturday — does not ski, does not know how to snowboard and also covers every Wednesday summer bike race, having never gotten off training wheels.
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Napping on Freud’s couch megaphone

I ate a boiled egg and stretched out to read Elena Ferrante on the couch. I fell asleep for over an hour. It’s been a long time since the nap took place. I dreamed of the story of the book and ours, all mixed up, the characters all mixed up. It doesn’t take long to pick up my son from school. I’ll make a strong coffee to see if I can dispel the ideas.
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Book World: Brain research shows Freud actually got a few things right

- - - In October 1895, the most mysterious mechanisms of the mind suddenly clicked into place for Sigmund Freud. The Viennese psychoanalyst reported his discovery in a breathless letter to his colleague and confidant, Wilhelm Fliess. After "an industrious night," he wrote, "the barriers suddenly lifted, the veils dropped, and everything became transparent - from the details of the neuroses to the determinants of consciousness." The result of that night was one of Freud's earliest works, the forbiddingly titled "Project for a Scientific Psychology."
Books & LiteratureWashington Post

A brain researcher on what Freud got right

In October 1895, the most mysterious mechanisms of the mind suddenly clicked into place for Sigmund Freud. The Viennese psychoanalyst reported his discovery in a breathless letter to his colleague and confidant, Wilhelm Fliess. After “an industrious night,” he wrote, “the barriers suddenly lifted, the veils dropped, and everything became transparent — from the details of the neuroses to the determinants of consciousness.” The result of that night was one of Freud’s earliest works, the forbiddingly titled “Project for a Scientific Psychology.”
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Lord Freud breached code of conduct over Charlie Elphicke references

A Conservative peer breached parliament’s code of conduct when he and five MPs tried to get senior judges to intervene in a hearing on whether references to support the former MP Charlie Elphicke at his sentencing for sexual assault could be made public. Lord Freud failed to meet the standards...
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We were on Delta 436 out of Memphis heading south to Cozumel, Mexico. Steven, my oldest son, and I have been taking annual scuba and snorkeling trips together for the past several years. Destinations have been Caribbean ports where the fish, coral and sea grass were exceptional to behold. Steve...