Monthly Archives: June 2014

Entry 353: The Wedding Blog Part XXI: Going Against Typos

We now continue the ongoing saga of panning the October weeding of my daughter Casey and her finance Alex. I don’t know if I’ve ever mentiond this, but althogh I rite for a living, Im a lousy proofreader. (I will … Continue reading

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Entry 352: Go, Kikes!

I’m a guy, and it recently occurred to me that I don’t write enough about sports. So in this post, I’m going to take on a sports-related issue that’s on the mind of so many manly sports fans. I speak, … Continue reading

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Entry 351: The Wedding Blog Part XX: Please Don’t Be My Friend

Well, it’s time once again to rejoin the continuing saga of planning our daughter Casey’s wedding, which will be at the Norwalk Aquarium in October. And, well, here’s a situation I didn’t see coming. Our next door neighbor Belinda mentioned … Continue reading

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Entry 350: But Can It Turn into a Robot?

According to an article in the New York Post (Motto: “We Guarantee at Least 2 Pages of Actual News Every Day!”), the CIA was recently in the toy business. Evidently, around 2005, the agency teamed up with an executive from … Continue reading

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Entry 349: Be Your Own True Self…or Someone Else Will

Hardly a day goes by when there’s isn’t a story in the media about a new and exciting way for folks to steal your identity. We are told about gizmos that can be stuck in ATM machines to capture your … Continue reading

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Entry 348: Why America is Screwed Up (a Father’s Day Post)

Last month, I posted an historical look at Mother’s Day. It’s only fair that I give Father’s Day the same treatment. Whereas Woodrow Wilson made Mother’s Day an official holiday in 1914, what president do you think was responsible for … Continue reading

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Entry 347: Wide World of American Sports

With the World Cup upon us, it reminds me of when I was a kid in Queens, NY, and soccer did not exist. Yeah, I know–all the kids today play soccer and lacrosse. But when I was growing up in … Continue reading

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