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The Unholy Cities

I once met a sailor. He was a commercial sailor. He was retired. Although he spoke clearly in English he had a delightful Irish/Scots brogue. He said he spent most of his career sailing the Baltic Sea. I was particularly … Continue reading

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Some Time Between Breakfast And Lunch

“Breakfast” and “Lunch” were code words used during Operation Menu – the secret U.S. bombing of Cambodia during the Vietnam War. I’m sorry I can’t give a more detailed historical account but, as of this writing, some of the data … Continue reading

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A Course in Logic: Ms. Titswiggle’s Lectures

In 1974, against my better judgment and on the misleading advice of a VA VSR I was offered and accepted a three-month advance in monthly education benefits under the G. I. Bill of Rights to cover the cost of college … Continue reading

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