Tag Archives: Judgement

The Manager’s Wife

Some things, even minor things, still stick in the memory like a dagger. Once upon a time I found myself working a part-time minimum wage job as a groundskeeper and general handyman at a government subsidized low-income housing complex. It … Continue reading

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When is a Book not a Book?

Question: When is a Book not a Book? Answer: When it’s a bible.

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The 40-Foot Vagina

Many years ago I went to a drive-in theatre offering a weekend triple feature. The first film was forgettable; the second, some old radioactive monster rerun and the third, for the late night crowd, was technically a sex hygiene movie. … Continue reading

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Mall of America’s First Black Santa 2016

Not sure if this is even newsworthy from the point-of-view of a child, but it’s been reported the Mall of America hired its first black Santa. This is hardly the first black Santa, by any stretch; salaried or otherwise, just … Continue reading

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You Might Want To Rethink That Selfie

You just might want to rethink the next selfie you post. Angling a movie camera to one side is a cinematic device perhaps as old as motion pictures themselves. When the director or cinematographer wants to emphasize the evil, insanity … Continue reading

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What is Justice?

(From a note originally written on Facebook, July 5, 2011.)   The case of Caylee Marie Anthony is as troubling to me as it is to the nation. This little girl met with foul play at the hands of a … Continue reading

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Memory – The First Thing To Go

He: “Excuse me sir, I wonder if you might have some spare change.” (Looking down and away all kind of shifty-eyed behind his glasses) He continued: “Somebody was supposed to pick me up but they never showed. I just need … Continue reading

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