Monthly Archives: February 2011

And in the Red Corner, from Parts Unknown; Fear!

Yes, I must confess that I was raised on a steady diet of professional wrestling as a child.  The entire family would gather around the television set to witness the spectacle of two titans driving each other into the turnbuckles!  … Continue reading

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Take Me to Your Leader

I was raised on a healthy ration of science fiction movies made in the 50’s and 60’s.  These low-budget works typically involved aliens clad in shiny cloth robes, who remarkably did not look that different from us.  Sometimes the producer … Continue reading

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The Curse of the Writer’s Mind

God help those of us who have chosen the life of the writer or author!  We carry an affliction that permeates our genetic structure.  No matter how persistent we are in fighting the coding within our DNA; we are cursed … Continue reading

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Reformatting Your Past

I love the age of the computer.  Opening up my word processing software, I can type out any of my thoughts.  After “selecting all;” I can then change the font, the type size, bold, italicize, align, and a myriad of … Continue reading

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Wash Away My Troubles, Wash Away My Pain

First off, my sincerest apologies to Three Dog Night if I have infringed upon their lyrics.  Still, knowing the nature of that great 1970’s band; I am certain they would not take issue with my poetic license in quoting them! … Continue reading

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Where Have All of the Leaders Gone?

We now live in an age where it is common, and at times almost acceptable, for our leaders to follow corrupt paths.  We have billionaire investment CEO’s who bilk their clients out of their life savings!  We have media stars who … Continue reading

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Setting All Egos Aside

There is a certain beauty to anonymity.  This is especially true when it comes to giving to others.  Remember those times when you were a “Secret Santa” or you left a rose behind for the object of your romantic feelings?  … Continue reading

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