Monthly Archives: June 2015

Why Charleston Did Not Become Ferguson (or Baltimore)

Over the last year or so, we have seen several incidents where unarmed black persons have been killed by white persons.  In several of them, this has resulted in widespread chaos, riots and violence.  The deranged white man who perpetrated … Continue reading

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I Identify as a 6’5″ Basketball Star

With Rachel Dolezal in the news these days, it seems that we can identify ourselves any way we please.  So I am identifying as a 6’5″ basketball player.  No, make that basketball STAR.  I always wanted to be a great … Continue reading

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Where’s the Phone?

Recently something happened that would have seemed unbelievable when I was younger.  We misplaced a cordless phone in our home.  The phone rang and I went to answer it, only to find it was off the base.  There are three … Continue reading

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Are You Okay, Mister?

I have been thinking a lot about a recent encounter.  As some of you know, we live on a small lake, but the land around the lake is community property.  There is a sidewalk between our house and the water … Continue reading

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