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The Seven O’Clock News

A blogger’s main nemesis is writer’s block. When it occurs and is close to one’s weekly, self-imposed deadline, a clever wordsmith keeps in his or her bag of tricks, subjects to rely upon as a last resort. In the case … Continue reading

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Protected: Sarobia: The Conclusion… Or Is It?

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Freud would have had a field day with this!

An annoying, recurring dream has been threading its way through my overnight cache of remembrances lately, in which the latter normally reviews semi-consciously, a dysfunctional, somewhat mundane existence up to now, making my memories appear glorious, hilariously outrageous. Dreams are … Continue reading

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Earliest Recollections

What’s your first—or oldest—personal recollection?  Many individuals can’t remember past yesterday.  Some people have short-term-memory loss, yet others are inflicted with the totally unfathomable, neurological disorders to which the elderly are unfortunately prone  to getting, stripping them of any memories … 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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