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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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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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Please Do Not Have Fun At Philip Gulley’s Funeral

At most funerals, tears still reign. Our columnist doesn’t want his to be any different.

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Philip Gulley: Sick To Death

One of the many who have lost their lives to COVID-19, my friend Dawn deserved better.

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Phil Gulley: Fallen Idle

It doesn’t help one’s self-esteem to be branded nonessential by the governor.

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Phil Gulley: Waste Knot

When it comes to weddings, thriftiness and true love are a match made in heaven.

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Phil Gulley: In A Pickle

The most dependable car I’ve ever owned is also the ugliest.

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Phil Gulley: Stumped

I’m encouraged by the large number of presidential candidates this year, but that doesn’t make it any easier to choose one.

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Phil Gulley: A New Civil War?

We’re too lazy for that.

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Phil Gulley: Neighborhood Bully

Living under the unblinking eye of a homeowner’s association, I’m starting to think we should have insisted on decency being one of the covenants.

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Phil Gulley: White-Washed

When I asked about the racial history of my hometown, I was told we had nothing to hide. But the truth is much uglier.

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Phil Gulley: Happy To Report

I enjoy my annual review so much, I’m thinking of giving one to everyone in my family.

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Phil Gulley: Getting A Handle

An ancient Native American ax sharpens one man’s thinking.

The Phil Gulley illustrated character watching football on television.
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Phil Gulley: Remote Locations

As a man without a TV, I’m disappointed in those who have one—and I’m always visiting to watch and tell them so.

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