Monthly Archives: May 2014

Tar Spot

It’s Spring at last and the leaves on our young SuperForm Maple have now fully opened. For some time though, because of the weather, the leaves remained limp, hesitant and shy. So this morning I noticed they opened, stretched forth … Continue reading

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The Soccer Match

A long time ago when my son was a child I forbade him from ever attending a soccer game. My reasoning is quite simple. I’ve been reading the newspaper for over forty years now and soccer has always been associated … Continue reading

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The Selfie

Jumbotron. That’s not always what they call it; that’s not always what it is. But you know what I mean – one of those gigantic, big-screen, electronic scoreboards they have out there at the ballpark. I was watching the ballgame … Continue reading

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What Happens When Spider-Man Blows A Fart

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PTSD in the Navy

Disregarding the ick factor of the following story, there is a claim on the part of the defendant, by his lawyer, of having PTSD. The reference to PTSD is sketchy at best, saying only that he served in the Navy … Continue reading

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