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  • A Bologna Sandwich by Dorien Grey 2/3/2014 4:01:57 AM
    Shortly after I returned home from Mayo Clinic after my successful treatment for tongue cancer in 2003, I had the indescribably overpowering craving for a huge glass of orange juice, which lasted for days. I was at that point still taking all my nour... more

  • State of the Union Stem-winder by David A. Schwinghammer 1/29/2014 9:01:26 AM
    Obama had the troops fired up. ... more

  • Delusions by Dorien Grey 1/27/2014 3:50:25 AM
    Over the years I have become something of an expert at self-delusion. I can honestly convince myself, short of defying the laws of physics, of almost anything. I hasten to add I am not so delusional that I am unaware that they are delusions, but they... more

  • Imprints by Dorien Grey 1/13/2014 4:09:07 AM
    I’ve seen photos of dinosaur footprints made in mud millions of years before Man first made his appearance upon the stage. The mud through which the dinosaurs walked has turned to rock, but the footprints remain. And like the dinosaur footprints, man... more

  • WHAT? by Robert A. Mills 1/11/2014 11:47:44 AM
    I had to opportunity to meet the man and interview him when Chris and I went with Jimmy Lapiana and his betrothed (we hope Jimmy eventually married her; she was a great gal even if we do not remember her name). The man was still alive in those days, ... more

  • If at first.... by Dorien Grey 1/6/2014 4:09:18 AM
    I don’t like being hard on myself, but how can I possibly not be? I live on a slippery slope and I am wearing shoes coated in grease. The simplest things and concepts for others are all but impossible for me. The most recent example? I need ... more

  • Wearing two hats by Debra Johnson 1/2/2014 7:14:51 PM
    As a self-published author I have to wear two hats, and so do you, if you’re a self- published author. The hats we wear are the writer and the marketer / promoter. For some it is easier to wear one than it is the other. Some wear both comfortably, I... more

  • To Quote Popeye,... by Dorien Grey 12/30/2013 4:02:31 AM
    To quote Popeye, “I yam what I yam.” And what I am, what I always have been, and what I shall always be, is gay. I became aware I was “different” at about the age of five, though it wasn’t until considerably later that I found this “differen... more

  • Merry Christmas to the Political Hypocrtes by Dana Reed 12/24/2013 10:05:56 AM
    I think they were born with no consciences or sympathy for anyone other than the wealthy.... more

  • Once Upon a Co-Op by Dorien Grey 12/23/2013 4:06:21 AM
    When I moved from Los Angeles to Pence, Wisconsin in 1983 to open a bed and breakfast, I soon found that unless one has an independent income, a bed and breakfast is not a good idea…especially in an area so dependent on seasonal business. So when I s... more

  • "The Normal Heart" by Dorien Grey 12/16/2013 4:03:30 AM
    I seldom directly ask you to read something I've written, but the subject of this blog is one I believe with all my heart needs to be addressed...and remembered. ... more

  • On Colds by Dorien Grey 12/12/2013 4:02:58 AM
    I don't like to brag--no, really; I don't. But there are some things at which I excel, and colds are one of them. I seldom have a cold, but when I do, I believe in going all out. If most colds could be compared to a high school production of "Death o... more

  • Praise for Nelson Mandela by Dana Reed 12/10/2013 10:00:34 AM
    I can't find the proper adjectives to describe my feelings for Nelson Mandela.... more

  • On Being 80 by Dorien Grey 12/9/2013 3:51:38 AM
    On November 14, 2013, I became eighty years old. I can say it with a casualness I am totally incapable of feeling. Me? Eighty years old? I find it similar to staring at the Rosetta Stone and knowing it has great significance, without having any idea ... more

  • PEARL by Robert A. Mills 12/7/2013 6:44:05 AM
    I was just ten years old in December 1941 when the Japanese sneak attack in Hawaii took place. I finally got to the Islands many years later, and the first thing I did was take one of the tour boats out to the USS Arizona Memorial. Unfortuna... more

  • Blogger Troy Jackson interview by Harold Kasselman 12/6/2013 4:20:11 AM
    Tonight we have a new interview. Author Harold Kasselman has graciously agreed to step up to the mic, and there is some great stuff in there! Here we go! 1) Tell us about yourself - what do you like to write? How... more

  • Logic by Dorien Grey 12/2/2013 4:04:31 AM
    There are many definitions of the word “logic," but I prefer this one: "the quality of being justifiable by reason." The problem with that one, though, is that the word "reason" has a number of definitions of its own. Like all things not sc... more

  • CARILLON by Robert A. Mills 11/30/2013 7:17:27 AM
    For many years, since we first moved to Georgia, when Alex was small and I was rich, we often vacationed at Carillon Beach near Panama City FL, on the Gulf of Mexico. Usually we rented a house called Gift From the Sea. We were i... more

  • The Dictionary Schizophrenic by Dorien Grey 11/25/2013 4:12:36 AM
    schizophrenia |ˌskitsəˈfrēnēə, -ˈfrenēə|, noun: a long-term mental disorder of a type involving a breakdown in the relation between thought, emotion, and behavior, leading to faulty perception, inappropria... more

  • Ted Cruz by David A. Schwinghammer 11/19/2013 9:43:35 AM
    What was that filibuster really about? ... more

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