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I am a retired radio exec. I've worked at major stations in Philadelphia, Washington, D.C. and Miami. That was then. This is now: I've published seven books and this blog thingy. Need to know more? Really? Okay, I bare/bear all at http://marckuhn.com The other links are for the websites of each of the books I've written. I've been busy! Hope you'll stop by and check them out. Thanks for your interest!
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I thought I’d share with you a new theory I developed this morning as I sat miserably in my thinking chair out on the back porch. I said “miserably” because that’s how I felt. I had a bout of heartburn, … Continue reading
I am not sure how to write about what has been happening to me for the past five weeks. I have made it through a situation like never before and, like any impacting occurrence in your life, it has left … Continue reading
The few times I’ve spent a night or two in the hospital have left me with the theory that there is a definite social process that takes place if you wind up sharing a room with another patient. First of … Continue reading
This being in my 70’s has got to stop—NO, WAIT! That’s not what I mean. I don’t want to stop-stop. I just want all the accompanying negatives associated with being 70 to stop. What are they? You name it: if … Continue reading
Welcome back to my “C” Journal, Part 2. It’s a bit long-winded, but the ending is worth it—at least it was for me. We left off at the Panama Canal cruise that my wife and I were on in April. … Continue reading
Last summer I received the ultimate bad news that no patient wants to hear from his doctor. I was told I had cancer. Albeit, it was prostate cancer which is one of the most common cancers found in men and … Continue reading
This year has been fraught with medical issues for me. It comes with the territory, I guess–I am 68 years old. Things begin falling apart or wearing out at this stage in life. It is not unusual, based on the number … Continue reading