Category Archives: People and their characteristics

The state of the malbor

Malbor (noun) 1. An unkind person who lives near another 2. A person viewed as a neighbor until showing signs of unkind behavior I was not holding my breath. Despite what looked like conciliatory and almost nice reactions on the … Continue reading

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Busy day, Bruce Feiler, and Storytelling

It was a long day, totally of my own doing, as we had three kids, one with a fever, one who was most interested that her cousin was coming over, and one who had to go to preschool, necessitating carpooling. … Continue reading

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We are damn good at racism

I remember that day in Freshmen English class in college. I wasn’t sure what to expect. The main thrust, back in 1969, was Black Literature and a study of racism. The class was large and pretty much as white as … Continue reading

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Music and More – Randy Casey

People are most interesting. People come in and out of our lives. Often it is serendipitous and seems without reason; other times it is serendipitous and seems to have a reason and a purpose. Randy Casey is one of the … Continue reading

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Multi-faceted individuals

My disclaimer: This post is not just about one person, it is an amalgam of individuals, something I did not mention when I originally posted it. I had pulled it from my blog posts out of respect for the feelings … Continue reading

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