Monthly Archives: July 2016

Hi Neighbor!

It’s a little known fact that little girls start talking long before boys. But once they start, they never stop. I still can’t make out half of what those squeaky little girls across the alley are saying. I smile, wave, … Continue reading

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The Nation That Prays Together . . . .

Two attractive young women entered the restaurant, placed their food orders and sat down at a table. They simutaneously pulled out their smartphones, bowed their heads and silently said “Grace”. “That’s nice”, thought I.   I could be wrong tho … Continue reading

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The Fool

So there I was, out all night driving that miserable little Yellow Cab. It was a compact rental. The South Side was a bit out of the way for a hack from the Yellow Cab Co-Op as the city’s taxicab … Continue reading

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Mrs. Zark

Back then there were so few people that the entire world population only needed one name. Everyone knew everyone else. Mrs. Zark? Oh, that was Noah’s wife. Let me back up. When I was very young ( 6 maybe ) … Continue reading

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Rio

Just an oddity I’ve noticed over the years regarding mass media. In preface let me say I only read and write in good ol’ American English. I read the news practically every day about happenings around the world. News articles … Continue reading

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