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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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I am NOT a Heterosexual (for Merriam-Webster)

This was originally intended as a comment on the “Seen & Heard” forum function of Merriam-Webster’s Online Dictionary under the entry for the term “hetero”; but I seem to be personally censored and blocked from posting there. It might also … Continue reading

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House Afire

In walking through the neighborhood after dark I’ve sometimes seen what at first glance appears to be a house afire. People tend to sit in the dark while watching their television. The rapid, flickering play of light from the TV … Continue reading

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How to Catch an Elephant

First, dig a big hole in the ground large enough and deep enough to contain a full-grown elephant once it’s captured. Second, fill the very bottom of the hole with about a six-inch layer of ashes. Third, get some peanuts … Continue reading

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XXX Olympics – An Opinion

As one who has had occasion in times past to put the shot, I find the Olympic Games both elitist and boring. Most of the children in the world haven’t got a pool to pee in much less the means … Continue reading

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Not Your Fathers’ Justice

Imagine yourself arrested. The Police even placed you in handcuffs. You’ve already been transported to jail, searched, fingerprinted and photographed. You’ve been advised of your Constitutional Rights. You’ve secured the services of an attorney. You’ve had your Preliminary Hearing before … Continue reading

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