Civil Discourse

Civil discourse is something that is severely lacking in the sociocultural environment of the United States of America. Everyone from the president on down to the average person on the street seems to feel that the only way anyone will listen to what they have to say is to scream, ranch, curse, and insult. I’m... Continue Reading →

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Remember Remember the 22nd of November

Today is the 22nd of November, 2018. It is Thanksgiving Day, a holiday to celebrate all we AmericNA GIVE THANKS FOR ll our blessings. It celebrates an historical event - the First Thanksgiving - wherwe Pilgrim immigrants to America sat down with the native Americans to celelbrate a bountiful first  harvest and the friendship of... Continue Reading →

Exile On Main Street

I graduated high school in 1966, almost 52 years ago. After graduation, I went off to college in Pittsburgh, PA. I was the only one from my graduating class to go to that school. I did not come home for the Christmas holidays. Rather, I spent Christmas break at the home of the friend from... Continue Reading →

Happy Easter

Tomorrow is April 1. That means it is April Fool’s Day. Mike, this year it is also Easter Sunday. I don’t consider April Fools Day really were celebrating. Easter, on the other hand, is were celebrating, whether you celebrated as a religious holiday or a secular one. In American culture, most celebrations are important. I... Continue Reading →

I Remember Mama Part Two

It’s nearly one in the morning and I’m sitting here at my computer playing music videos. Everything from Shocking Blue doing Venous to Blondie doing Heart of Glass. In between I listen to Linda Ronstadt doing Long Long Time. I finally got around to watching a video from the title track of an album I’ve... Continue Reading →

The Passing of Stephen Hawking

Stephen Hawking, perhaps the greatest scientific mind since Albert Einstein, passed away this morning (March 14) at the age of 76. Someone living to be 76 is not all that extraordinary. Stephen Hawking living to be 76 is extremely extraordinary! You see, Hawking suffered from ALS (Lou Gehrig’s disease) for just about all of his... Continue Reading →

My Lizzie

A personal note: For those of you who are not on my facebook friends list, my wife Elizabeth (my Lizzie) was admitted to the Baxter Regional Medical Center Saturday evening. It seems she has a small rupture in her colon. She is being treated with antibiotics in the hope of avoiding surgery. Surgery would involve... Continue Reading →

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