Monthly Archives: July 2015

DIGITAL VS. LONGHAND (SORT OF)

   Over the years, a significant number of people have stated that the digital technology that we now have will never fully replace the art of handwriting and its various tools.  This isn’t a knock against handwriting – since it … Continue reading

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ALL THINGS MUST CHANGE …!

   This summer has been very different – not only for myself, but also my family.  The house and other properties, including our beach which overlooks Highland Lake, in Winsted, Connecticut where my family moved into in 1956 – and … Continue reading

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COULD WE HANDLE SHARKNADO IN REAL LIFE? (NOT EXACTLY!)

   Tonight, cable TV’s Syfy airs the third Sharknado TV-movie.  And like its two predecessors, I won’t be watching it at all – mainly because the plots of all three TV-movies are not only stupid, but also unrealistic, since we … Continue reading

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THE CELEBRITY CONTROVERSY CONUNDRUM

   There’s little doubt that a celebrity’s life isn’t an easy one, partly because the world expects you to do no wrong — whether you’re an actor, artist, athlete, politician, businessman, or any other profession which thrusts you into public … Continue reading

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LETTING GO OF THE PAST

   At this time, the southern states in the United States are debating about whether or not to get rid of the Confederate flag, only a few weeks after that church shooting in Charleston, South Carolina – a somber reminder … Continue reading

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SOMETHING TO THINK ABOUT ON THE FOURTH OF JULY

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