Author: Rix Quinn

Rix Quinn is a former magazine publisher who works as an independent biographer and broadcaster.

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Rix Quinn’s Minute Story: Baby boomers

In the U.S. alone, there are about 78 million Baby Boomers. These are people born.

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Rix Quinn’s Minute Story: Cheap weddings

My cheap friend Buddy — who’s tighter than last year’s thong—got married last year. Below.

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Rix Quinn’s Minute Story: School lunches

It’s been a long time since elementary school, but I still remember those cafeteria lunches..

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Rix Quinn’s Minute Story: Body odor

Body odor comes in all shapes and sizes, from all directions. The first culprit can.

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Rix Quinn’s Minute Story: Back to school

Yes, it’s that special time when boys and girls wave goodbye to the family, wait.

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Rix Quinn’s Minute Story: Dandelions

I got a letter asking me this: “Dandelions will grow in my yard, even if.

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Rix Quinn’s Minute Story: Deodorant

It’s August, and the weather’s so steamy I’m now taking two showers a day. I.

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Rix Quinn’s Minute Story: The idea of business

Whoever came up with the idea of business must have been a genius. Without it,.

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Rix Quinn’s Minute Story: Dog days

I’ve always wondered why they call this month “the Dog Days of August.” Frankly, that.

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Rix Quinn’s Minute Story: How do you want to be remembered?

Several years ago, my father stood with head bowed at a graveside funeral service. As.