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Our Best Shot

I have faith that I will be taken care of. There are plenty of things that we put our faith in.  Key right now should be science.  Study a bug, research it, try to conquer it.  And science has been … Continue reading

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Drop Everything

In these complicated times, one has to find ways to be entertained.  As always, the easiest way to do that is to engage in people watching. First off, a few caveats.  You need to visit a library that is closed, … Continue reading

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It is not All Uphill

Things are a bit stressful.   One job closed, one job eliminated, one job still having me come in.  Working in the city, newspaper reports and podcasts being far too serious, bills keep showing up… It is safe to say that … Continue reading

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This Park went Full Circle

As I youngster I liked to scurry about.  Our backyard shared a fence with the high school track.  We had a big yard.  Our driveway was quiet.  The family room was big enough and even had some couches one could … Continue reading

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Coming to a Close

When asked how I am doing these days, I tend to respond that I am, “better than most”.  Covid has not knocked on my door with the heavy hand that it uses with others.  My bills have all been paid.  … Continue reading

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Masking our Feelings

Americans have strong opinions.  We will march, we will argue, and we will yell out our beliefs from a passing car. We have had arguments on slavery, sexuality, and guns.  We have made, and often ignored, laws about smoking, tailgating, … Continue reading

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The State of Our City

Seattle has been a little different recently.  Most would say that there is something off.  You could call it the economy.  You might say it is the state of our public health.  Folks around here, and in pretty much every … Continue reading

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