Monthly Archives: November 2014

Gay Marriage

The mass media/judicial dust-up regarding gay marriage has provoked me to add my two-cents worth to the argument. Having already dealt with the linguistic silliness underlying so-called homosexuality, I have but a few more comments to make. Click here: (http://wp.me/p1oLgm-oW) … Continue reading

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Paying the Syntax

I saw a sign on the wall at the VA the other day. It read: “Thank You for Serving Our Country” At first glance I thought the syntax was somehow wrong. I thought perhaps it should more properly read: “Thank … Continue reading

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The Husband

Architects and engineers share a common expression when things fall apart or blow up in their faces: it’s “back to the drawing board” – in order to start from scratch. (‘scratch’ meaning ‘nothing’) We can also “revisit the question.” A … Continue reading

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The Evil Eye

Have you ever gotten the feeling you were being watched? I asked my son this question just the other day and he answered “yes” without the least hesitation. I’d been standing on the porch in the pre-dawn darkness when the … Continue reading

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Mass Communications

In the spring of 1974 I attended Milwaukee Area Technical College (MATC) full time under the so-called G.I. Bill of Rights. The year was hectic in so many ways; I was also working full time at a dirty job for … Continue reading

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