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The 2016 Addendum to a Twenty-year-old Tradition

Twenty years ago, I wrote a Memorial Day tribute on the Internet that brought me and the reader back to watching the six-o’clock news on TV during the Vietnam era. The daily war-count was delivered nightly as if we were … Continue reading

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Looking At Life Through Rose-colored Glasses; Or What Ever Happened To Generation Z?

A surefire way to quell any rational conversation on Social Media is to infuse one’s views or beliefs about politics and religion. Death is another. Who wants to read or talk about those topics?  Especially with death; yet everyone loves … Continue reading

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The Audacious Escape from the Piombi

Now that our hero was living a bit more humanely in the Piombe, the clever Casanova masterminded his liberation from the so-called impenetrable jailhouse with the help of a monk who was incarcerated in a cell above him, with whom … Continue reading

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