Monthly Archives: January 2018

Love Prevails At SOTU

Watching President Donald Trump’s first State Of The Union (SOTU) address, couldn’t you just feel the love in that room? The overall message? Daddy’s home. But for some who had negative experiences with daddy in their childhood, they were unable … Continue reading

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The Phoney War

Technically speaking, the Phoney War took place between September 3, 1939 and May 10, 1940. [1] But I had always thought of the Phoney War as a time during World War I when the opposing sides stared at each other … Continue reading

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Triangulation of Fire in Memphis

The U.S. Army Special Forces, Operation Detachment Alpha 184, team was awakened before dawn at Camp Shelby, in Mississippi. Their commander gave them a pep talk around 7:30 am (0730 hours), on April 4, 1968. “Men,” said the commander, “these … Continue reading

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Death Walks Grinning

Verily the lust for comfort murders the passion of the soul, and then walks grinning in the funeral. That is from The Prophet, by Kahlil Gibran. Death walks grinning in the parade. This year, 2018, marks 50 years since the … Continue reading

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The Eggs & Sausages Man

A drug and gold smuggling ring was allegedly using the Magellan Art Gallery as its operational base. Drugs were being smuggled out of Southeast Asia in hollowed-out teak logs. Robert Byron Watson, an employee at the Magellan Art Gallery, overheard … Continue reading

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Fire and Fury of Harry Potter

How do you sell your book? It helps if the mainstream “news” emblazons it in the sky, sounds the trumpets, and goes into orgasms. Such was the case with the Harry Potter books: teens across the land rushed like lemmings … Continue reading

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Strange Case Of Sloppy Steve

It is a “really boring and untruthful book,” tweeted President Donald Trump late in the evening of January 5, 2018. The author, Michael Wolff, “used Sloppy Steve Bannon.” The book in question, Fire and Fury, has been emblazened in the … Continue reading

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