Tag Archives: murder

Glorious Pistorius!

It reads like a movie pitch.  A double-amputee Olympic runner who supposedly guns down his girlfriend by accident on none other than Valentine’s Day.  As the movie dawns on the screen, a beat up 1959 Peugeot convertible rolls up to … Continue reading

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Truth, Justice and the American Way

Advertising is persuasive.  Whether it’s called propaganda, mind control, brainwashing, menticide or thought reform, it all adds up to pretty much the same thing.  If you want someone else to believe in something, to use your product or to buy … Continue reading

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Have Gun, Will Travel

Annie Get Your Gun is an American staple.  It is a musical play loosely based on the female American sharpshooter Annie Oakley and although Annie could beat Frank in the final shooting contest, she throws the event in order to … Continue reading

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The Undiscovered Country

Klingon Chancellor Gorkon lifts his glass of Romulan ale in the air, looks across the table at carefully placed Star Fleet and Romulan dignitaries and toasts, “To the undiscovered country!”  After a short pause and bewildered looks, he exclaims, “To … Continue reading

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Mr. Sandusky, bring me a dream . . .

The legal principle, “Innocent until proven guilty,” is difficult for a person to reconcile regarding certain crimes.  Violent crimes qualify, of course, such as murder, forcible rape, and any other crime our society deems heinous, and when that crime is … Continue reading

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