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Get Ready

January 24, 2015     Before I start what will be a rather short blog today, I just want to let those of you who have inquired know that I’m feeling better, though not back up to snuff, yet. Thanks for your … Continue reading

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The Year the Nose Fell Off

January 10, 2015 Despite today being sunny and cold, here, with the promise of a warm-up later next week, things are looking pretty cloudy in the oil patch over the unfolding year ahead – and, sadly, what happens in the … Continue reading

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The Right to Be Stupid

December 20, 2014     Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kim_Jong-un So, am I the only person in America that thinks Sony and Seth Rogan kinda, sorta deserved the bitch-slapping they got from North Korea last week? That our much vaunted (and much whined about) Freedom … Continue reading

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Lies

December 13, 2014        Lies told often enough do not become truth. Torture is still torture, no matter how many times we call it enhanced interrogation. War is still war, no matter how many times we call it bringing peace. Subjugation … Continue reading

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Whole Lot of Whistling Going On

December 6, 2014     After reading, this week, about how falling oil prices – and, thus, falling gasoline prices – will be such a boon to the global economy (and lord knows it could use a little boon, right now,) I’m … Continue reading

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Delusions of Grandeur

November 8, 2014 The Republicans took control of both houses of Congress here in the US midterm elections this last week – to Republican cries of joy and Democratic moans of despair across the country. President Obama ordered 1500 more … Continue reading

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First Hard Frost

November 1, 2014   Last night, our first hard frost arrived. Temperatures fell into the mid twenties as a cold front moved through. I was about as ready as I could be, knowing that warmer, more normal fall temperatures were on … Continue reading

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