The Hunting of the Snark

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To spare my wife some of my frequent ‘ranting’, I thought I’d try turning frustrating experiences into amusing anecdotes. (I’m easily frustrated, so there is plenty of source material.) The idea is not to insult individuals—we all have our foibles—but, instead, to pick apart the kinds of things that can really get to me, like organised incompetence, habitual rudeness and the weather. And maybe along the way I’ll be able to tame some of my own snarkiness. Take aim!

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