Monthly Archives: February 2017

Six Wet Miles: A Goal Met.

This past weekend I spent a few quality hours with 2,000 fellow maniacs in Ashland, Wisconsin at the Book Across The Bay. Perchance that is a less than accurate statement: the race starts in Ashland and goes to Washburn, Wi … Continue reading



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Really Sweet Stuff.

I just finished the annual dance with the VA Medical Center in Minneapolis. While I’m still very angry about the national scandals involving the VA, and think a whole raft of national level administrators and staff need to be fired, … Continue reading



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Is There Anything More Useless Than The Next-day Review Of The Big Game?

I’d posit that perhaps, just maybe, there are more useless things than revisiting a sporting event that’s concluded the day before: but you have to work really hard to top that action. Please follow me on Twitter, and “Like” the … Continue reading



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I Just Realized: It’s Not Left Or Right That’s The Problem – It’s Elitists.

Let me clear the air by first admitting that I’m way smarter than most other people and I’m not shy about it. Not the kind of thing people usually say, much less believe of themselves – unless they’re honest. I … Continue reading



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