Monthly Archives: August 2018

Sometimes No Means They Love You

This blog has all sorts of friends. Some are readers, some are real world friends, and some are virtual friends I’ve made over the years. Some of these friends have demons. The kind of demons that hurt. Loneliness, disease, divorce, … Continue reading

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Three Greats On My Mind Today.

I can tell you where I was when Elvis died. James Brown – not sure, but remember being sad. Now Aretha Franklin. Never got to see any of them in person, but all three provide the soundtrack to a big … Continue reading

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Book Review of Once Upon A Town: The Miracle Of The North Platte Canteen

I love history. I love the obscure. I love the United States of America. Imagine my delight when I found a book that meets all three of those categories, and does so in a non-fiction narrative that will choke you … Continue reading

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That May Have Been The Towel You Heard Hitting The Floor.

Last week I put up a thoughtful piece on a very popular television show. I promoted it on Facebook, hastagged it on Twitter, and flooded the search engine part of the post with every tag known that would apply to … Continue reading

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