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Philip Gulley

a smiling man in a screen-house
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Shooting The Breeze In The Screenhouse

The timing to build his screenhouse could have been better, but for Phil Gulley there are few problems a good screenhouse can’t solve.

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Hoosier Bright Spots

As bad as 2021 was, a few Hoosiers renewed Phil Gulley’s faith in humanity.

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Sound Check, Please

I’ve lost my appetite for loud music and television in restaurants.

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Growing Concern

If you think development is bad, consider the alternative: shuttered storefronts, weed-choked sidewalks, and failing schools.

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Tilting At Windmills

I’ve spent my life guarding against imaginary dangers.

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A Motor Tour Down Memory Lane

A lot of great old cars sit in the mind’s garage of Philip Gulley — along with a few clunkers.

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Heaven Can Wait — At Least Until My Retirement Runs Out

I have a few things I want to do before I die. When, exactly, that happens is a dispute between my financial planner and the Internet.

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Hire Like A Pro (Or At Least Like A Quaker)

If you’re looking for advice on how to hire someone, Philip Gulley has references.

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Lawnmowers Of The World, Unite

To free up space in the garage, people are going to need to begin sharing tools—starting with my neighbors.

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Maintain Wedded Bliss For Four Decades Using This One Weird Trick

My marriage has been almost 40 years of bliss, no thanks to me.

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In Moderna (Or Pfizer, Or Johnson & Johnson, Or Whoever) We Trust

Philip Gulley on the glory of vaccines — and the shame of those who would discourage them.

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IMPD’s Excessive Use Of Police Dogs Is Repulsive

Columnist Philip Gulley writes about why the department deserves a short leash.

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I Would Strongly Advise You Against RV Ownership

This past summer, some friends of mine sold their house, bought an RV, and hit the road. As I write this, on a cold and cloudy Indiana day, they’re camping in New Mexico, where it is 80 degrees and sunny. I’m following their exploits on Facebook and hating them more each day. Worse, they are […]

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I’m Locked Out Of My Retirement Account. It’s Probably For The Best.

Philip Gulley plans on raiding his retirement fund and living like a king—just as soon as he can remember his password.

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How The Virtual Quaker Meeting Vastly Improved My Life

At what were once long, dull Quaker meetings, Zoom lives up to its name.

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