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O Christmas Tree, Dead Christmas Tree

January 3, 2017
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I’ve just never known what to make of those people who leave Christmas lights up and blazing outside their homes until deep into January. Are they still feeling joyous on January 27th or simply slothfully procrastinating the inevitable? Frankly…

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The War on Christmas:  A Film by Ken Burns

December 19, 2016
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The War on Christmas:   A Film by Ken Burns

It has now been over six and one-half years  since the War began, and still no end in sight. It is a brutal war.  One that pits brother against brother, elf against gnome,  reindeer against reindeer,…

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The Trouble with Mr. Serling

September 20, 2016
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  Rod Serling today is rightly regarded as one of the true giants of television, a genius who conceived, innovated, and earned respect for a whole new type and genre of American entertainment. There are few…

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Confessions of a Truman Baby II

August 29, 2016
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In less than a month I will be 66 years old. I doubt very highly I’m going to be getting my kicks on Route 66. Several years I wrote the line that “I am poised…

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Sixties Speak Then and Now

July 19, 2016
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I can’t exactly say that I’d like to go back and relive the era of the 60’s. Then again, right now I’m experiencing a different kind of 60’s, the one with Medicare in the middle,…

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The Break Up

June 26, 2016
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 I knew it was time. It had to end. I had to face it, and I had to act. Carrie was an attractive 37 year old woman I’d met several years ago in a writing class.…

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40 Reasons Why 60 Is Not The New 40

June 10, 2016
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                                         1) Somebody who is 40 does not remember Topo Gigio.  2) Somebody who is 40 was born in…

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The Discount-That-Must-Not-Be-Named

June 3, 2016
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   BUT NOT THIS ONE … Not long ago, the local Acme Super Market began providing discounts on Tuesdays to a particular class of shoppers. You know who I mean. It is that class of shoppers commonly…

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Rocky Mountain High

May 18, 2016
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Rocky Mountain High

“State of Colorado, Department of Revenue, Marijuana Enforcement Division, how may I help you?” ”Cool!  I like the sound of that.” “Hello, sir?  May I help you?” ”Yes, you may!  My name is Perry Block, and I’ve long been…

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One Last Bedtime Story

May 4, 2016
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My son Brandon was 21 years old this past April 25.  I’m proud that he is turning into a happy, healthy, and intelligent young man with a wide variety of interests and a well-adjusted and…

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