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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 have become aware of a unique “reactionary” behavior that people have started exhibiting toward me. It is the kind of behavior that indicates I have become either very wealthy…or elderly. It is not difficult to guess which. In fact, with … Continue reading
Today’s posting is unusual for me. It is highly philosophical and more than likely representative of little that is logic and sense. Okay, go for it! I have been unsuccessfully grappling with a dilemma these past few days. The physical … 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
I am happy I was in the right line when I was born. I didn’t confuse the proverbial trains vs. brains. My brain is a great source of humor for me and, surprisingly, sometimes for others. If I knew how … Continue reading
The saga of my recent knee replacement continues. I have made a radical decision with which I am sure my doctor and physical therapist will totally disagree. I am cancelling the remainder of my visits to the outside therapist and … Continue reading
I am not sure how many of you check this blog frequently but I suspect there must be some of you who do. That being the case, I thought I would update you on several items I’ve posted the past … 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 the third and final of my spring ventings. I’ve covered stainless steel appliances, Windows 10 and I finish up with me…well, with my body to be more precise. Here’s vent #3… 3. My Body – Every day my body … Continue reading
There is a piece of poetry by Robert Browning that my mother was quite fond up, especially as she was eventually forced, as we all are, to adopt senior citizenship. Here’s the main verse: “Grow old … Continue reading
Seniors are so preoccupied with the ongoing assault on their bodies that they have very little else to talk about. Young people do not experience this kind of physical warfare so, instead, they spend most of their time talking about the … Continue reading