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WHAT DREAMS WERE MADE OF

I do not remember where I was on November 25, 1946.  Afterall, I was only a few months past my first birthday.  But thanks to my dad’s sense of history he put away that week’s edition of LIFE Magazine, its … Continue reading

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A LECTURE

My wife is always accusing me of lecturing when I am trying to make a point.  She also tells me not to point with my finger as I make the point. Well, tonight as I point to the bottom line of … Continue reading

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SEPTEMBER,

September is always a special month around these parts.  School is back in session and the school zones are active generating revenues for the county as the cops nab speedsters who had a moment’s lapse.  I’ve been lucky, my years … Continue reading

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The Country Needs a Time-Out!

Yep, I am convinced.  The country needs to go to the time-out corner of the room, sit down and stare at the juncture of the two walls.  There, the country can think about what it has done. Then, when it … Continue reading

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