Monthly Archives: September 2014

September, 1979

Sometime in the latter part of this month is an important anniversary for me. Oddly enough, I do not remember the exact date. I say oddly, because I have a better recall of dates and numbers than almost anyone I … Continue reading

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Hello Angelo

I saw my neighbor Angelo again yesterday. I was relieved to see him standing out front of his son’s place where he has a father-in-law apartment. I pulled my car over. He reached in the window and gave me a … Continue reading

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Big Gigando Mega-Church vs. Little House Church

I finally saw “Heaven Is For Real” at the local dollar theater. This film has been out for over four months, but because it is still somewhat in demand it ends up playing at the low-end movie theaters. These are … Continue reading

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What the Little Voice Says

“And so we beat on, boats against the current; borne back ceaselessly into the past.” F. Scott Fitzgerald I suppose that last line from “Gatsby” as much as anything characterizes the ongoing narrative in my thoughts. In sailing, a “beat” … Continue reading

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Going Forward. . .with more cliches and pet peeves

Or is it moving ahead, or moving forward? I keep hearing it and its slowly eroding away the veneer of my sanity. Anyway, it’s officially a cliche. I heard that hackneyed phrase again twice yesterday on the radio. I may … Continue reading

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