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From “Duck and Cover” How I Learned to Live Life in The Fetal Position

Mid-19th century, when I was in elementary school (the 1960s, to be exact), we did not have school shootings, with students killing one another. Our main fear, in those days, was atomic war, when the Russians would drop the bomb, … Continue reading

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Loving Blindly, Like Katie Morosky in “The Way We Were”

Redford’s character (Hubbell) said to Streisand’s in THE WAY WE WERE: “When you love someone, from Roosevelt to me, you go deaf, dumb and blind.” Like Streisand’s Katie Morosky, I also do that. From the Beatles to collies, I give … Continue reading

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I Am Writer, Read Me Roar! 

No “Boss” Springsteen here. Not “born to run,” I was born to write. Seriously, my grandmother’s message in my early childhood was “Children are to be seen, and not heard.” So, I spoke seldom and softly, but wrote really LOUD. … Continue reading

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Reflecting on Why I Rarely Question 

Recently, a friend told me he has always “questioned” things. Obviously, that is a trait leading directly to intelligence, and likely the reason he was always in advanced classes in school. Only when he said that, did I realize I … Continue reading

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To Write, Write Funny – or Just Get a Stinkin’ Paycheck – THAT is the Question

The answer is I would love to write – or write funny (either one), and get a paycheck for it.  A few days, ago, I responded to an employment ad for a humor writer, and was required to write “something … Continue reading

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