Monthly Archives: January 2012

“What Did We Do to Deserve This?”

“What did we do to deserve this”, asks an Alabama women, after her house had been hit by two successive tornadoes in the space of one year. It’s a great question … and brings so much to mind. But first, … Continue reading

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Peak Experiences

#1. 6:00 – 6:15 AM: Waking up next to and embracing my sweetie. #2. 7:30 – 7:45 AM: Driving to work along the river and seeing five bald eagles. #3. 9:00 – 11:30 AM: Skiing in four inches of new … Continue reading

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Civilization … What It’s Good For

The time of reckoning has come, as humanity continues to over-use Planet Earth. Can we afford, any longer, to suppose that there is a cavalry that could and will come over the hill, and save our collective asses from the … Continue reading

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Oahu, X-Mas 2011

Kathy and I visited Oahu from 12/15/2011 – 12/26/2011. Our kids and grandkids (Laina, Matt, Kara and Benet Levy) were invited for an X-Mas gathering by Matt’s sister Sasha and husband Greg, along with ourselves and others. Greg is a … Continue reading

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There Goes the Bill of Rights?

I am amazed by the lack of media attention being paid to the recent signing of the National Defense Authorization Act by Pres. Obama. According to what I have so far read, this Act authorizes the indefinite detention, without trial, … Continue reading

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