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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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Why I Watch Roseanne. @therealroseanne Is A Gem.

Years ago, my wife and I actually watched broadcast television. This was in the time before cable exploded with so many new networks that you couldn’t keep track of them. We watched a couple of shows semi-regulary, among them Home … Continue reading

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Christmas Is Almost Here. We Have Time To Remember The Real Reason.

Today, it’s a video. If you subscribe to the blog via email, you will have to click the link, go to the blog and actually watch the video. Thanks for dropping by. If you want to keep track of SantaJoe, … Continue reading

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Some Things To Contemplate Regarding The Birth Of Christ And Our Christmas Legacy

We spend an awful lot of time doing two things at Christmas time in the United States: catering to five year old children, and hawking large luxury items that most of us don’t actually need. What we don’t do is … Continue reading

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You Can’t See Poop In The Dark

Last Saturday I attended a fund-raiser at a friend’s farm. I got to run the grill with the able, and appreciated, help of Max Aristide. He’s the best. Between us, we managed to feed the whole crowd and have a … Continue reading

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