Monthly Archives: August 2012

Memorial Day weekend, how have we changed?

Around the time my age hit double digits, I recall marching in the Memorial Day Parade in my hometown.  I was wearing my scout uniform and home movies verify a “shiner” received by missing a fly ball during Little League … Continue reading

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The Loss of a Pet Friend

The morning of July 21, 2012 began a bit later than usual but in many ways was ordinary as I was awakened by my English Budgie about ten minutes before eight.  He suffered from epilepsy and was having a seizure … Continue reading

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Conditioned by media and advertising (websites)

On my first website visit today a giant advertisement slowly opened on the front page of my local newspaper and I had to click to close it.  I then noticed the “like” advertisement had opened so I refreshed the screen … Continue reading

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