Monthly Archives: September 2017

A Sense of Place

Saying the NFL kneeling is about the flag is like saying Rosa Parks staying seated on the bus in Montgomery was about transportation –Overheard somewhere, yesterday It’s now sixty-four years since I saw what I saw, and nothing’s changed. Nothing. … Continue reading

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What’s Not To Like?

Killing me softly, killing me softly, with his song… –Roberta Flack It’s September 14th. Cindy’s birthday is the 18th. I think, “You know what? I’d love to give her the new Amazon 8″ Kindle Fire with built-in Alexa.” Did I … Continue reading

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Indian Summer

It is said that the market climbs a wall of worry. That is certainly so in the first leg up. Just when it seems the problems of the recent depression are being dealt with, a break in the action pulls … Continue reading

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