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Monthly Archives: July 2012
There’s a bully for you, a bully for me, and you and I are a bully for someone else. Bullying is getting a lot of attention these days, so much so, I feeling a little bullied about it.
The Holocaust never happened, slavery was non-existent in the U.S., and the NASA moon-landing was faked. There are certain groups of people who attempt to rewrite history by denying events that don’t fit their beliefs or conscience. It is a … Continue reading
Remember disco music, Reaganomics, and the Cabbage Patch Kids? In a decade that began with the murder of the man who championed “Give Peace a Chance,” the technology and the economic policies of the 1980’s strangled creativity and imagination. A … Continue reading
I used the word “gee willickers” in a recent article and when read by my daughter, she suggested I remove the word, as members of her generation (poor old girl is turning 30 this year!) wouldn’t understand the meaning or … Continue reading
There’s an age-old adage in football that goes “What we do here, what we say here, stays here when we leave here.” The sunny side of this old saw makes perfect sense, as players are
When I was a little boy, it was a big treat to run down to the corner store and buy a Three Musketeer bar and a bottle of Coca Cola.