Monthly Archives: February 2016

“POLITICIAN”: One Who Is Glad To Give Your Life For His Country

As this is written, the sounds of the TV broadcast from the Academy  Awards drifts in from an adjoining room. As all know who care and many more who don’t, the politicized black movement is unhappy with its share of … Continue reading

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GLEANINGS FROM THE PASSING SCENE … (Politically Uncorrected)

Our current collection on offer: U.S. backed rebel groups are now fighting each other in Syria. (while Russia is taking over?) Pharmaceutical drugs show availability and price problems interfering with U.S. hospttals.  (But the report dances around government regulation responsibility.) … Continue reading

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Oscar’s Journey: From Art To Prostitution

In honesty we must report t that we were no worshipers of thespians even back when they spoke educated English. We relied upon them to provide entertainment, not thought. Some playwrights provided though, not actors. And few enough playwrights. But … Continue reading

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Syrian Update (Provide Your Own Aspirin)

We wish to clarify Syria so that we can understand it; perhaps trying that here will assist the process. We can stand some assistance. So, thinking in public, what is going on in Syria? This week, anyway. Well, dead people … Continue reading

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Female Voices, Culture and Behavior (Then and Nowd)

Fox News was on a wall screen recently as we walked through a space. A bevy of gilded, fast speaking and clearly educated women with a couple of men were holding forth on current affairs. A hostess was in charge. … Continue reading

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The World And Wiley E. Coyote

Perhaps some are ancient enough to recall Wiley E. Coyote from the old Roadrunner cartoons. Wiley always ended running off a cliff chasing the smarter bird, running safely after his flying quarry until he chanced to glance down, noticing the … Continue reading

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Does Your Tax Preparer Represent You – Or The Government?

Per our local newspaper, the IRS is setting out to regulate such commercial tax folks as H. &R. Block and the CPA’s are up in arms over it. Both parties – CPA’s and IRS – seek to persuade you that … Continue reading

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Will Our Leaders Try To Hide Their Failures Behind A Handy War?

We are opinionated tonight; feel free to disagree. We have been observing folk increasingly predicting war resulting from the receding world economy. That is how it appears to them; this is how it appears to us: To begin, the world … Continue reading

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GLEANINGS FROM THE PASSING SCENE … (Politically Uncorrected)

Our newly netted news and nonsense of the week: Facebook: Accused of censoring users on behalf of government. (We’ve heard that of Twitter, too.) People over 50 have more debt than in the past. (“Golden years” tarnishing?) The risk in … Continue reading

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Apple vs. Government … Over YOUR Cellphone

The murderous Moslems who offed some 14 innocent folk in San Bernardino  left a cell phone that the FBI says might be full of evidence. But said FBI is somehow too dumb to crack the phone’s Apple cryptography. Cell phone … Continue reading

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