Category Archives: People and their characteristics

Disgrace to the USA

Now Blagojevich? The idea of pardoning him seems so ridiculous. On the other hand, given the moronic brilliance of the Commander in Chief, it fits. Is this another ploy to keep our minds off some other, horrible thing that he … Continue reading

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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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