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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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Japanese Culture

We were watching an old movie. The story of which takes place in Japan. Ron sez: “Everybody knows everything in Tokyo – the walls are paper-thin.” Bar rhum puhm, tish. He’s got a million of ’em. Anyway, following in this … 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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