Monthly Archives: September 2016

TO TATTOO OR NOT TO TATTOO

Dear Mr. Molloy:   My mother is 45 and completely out of touch with what is going on in high school today. I made a stupid mistake when I told my sister who is a freshman in college that I … Continue reading

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A CHALK ON A BLACKBOARD VOICE

Dear Mr. Molloy:   I am a woman in my 40s and a forensic accountant with two master’s degrees from top schools. My husband is an attorney who has worked with a major corporation for the past 24 years and … Continue reading

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THE LONG AND THE SHORT OF JACKETS

Dear Mr. Molloy:   I just bought a new suit for $370. I purchased it because the normal price was $570 and I have two suits which are beginning to look a bit shabby. I thought I made a wonderful … Continue reading

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UNDERCOVER RESEARCH

  Dear Reader:   I think I should explain how I do my research today. I no longer follow the standard technique of hiring researchers to go out and ask questions unless the nature of the research demands it. It’s … Continue reading

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SHORTS AND WOMEN IN FLORIDA

  Dear Mr. Molloy:   I live in central Florida and came here to retire about a year and a half ago. I always loved the beach and playing golf and I still enjoy both. I’m an accountant and I … Continue reading

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