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Those Were the Days

Times have changed, at least for those who are over the age of forty, born in the late ’70s. That’s when talk of the Internet began with terms like “Surfing the Net,” or “Computer Viruses.” I couldn’t help but envision … Continue reading

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Back to the Black-Hole Closet!

‘Twas hot and sticky for the majority of the past week, but the furnace went on for the first time this evening since early last May. Autumn appears to have taken effect. What a relief it is that the torrid … Continue reading

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Crazy Is the New Sane

What a crazy world we’re living in. What are some people thinking? Everyday it’s something else to make a mostly sane individual shake their head in disbelief. A while back, an 18-year-old plunged to his death while taking a selfie … Continue reading

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Quit the Small Talk and Get To the Point!

It’s bad enough to be getting scam and spam calls on the landline, but to be receiving them on a smartphone has reached the outer limits. What ever happened to the no-call list on which one became a member supposedly when … Continue reading

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Philly to Boothbay

This time around, the weather’s supposed to be grand for a summertime road trip, although one can’t always bank on Mother Nature. Leaving Dante’s Inferno for a while until the fire pit cools down, these old, heat-withered bones are looking … Continue reading

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Baseball and Ballantine Beer

“In the spring a young man’s fancy lightly turns to thoughts of love,” according to Alfred Lord Tennyson; but for this baby boomer, I’m presently thinking about baseball. Where have you gone, Joe DiMaggio, and how about Phil Rizzuto on … Continue reading

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