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Snow Snow Snow Snow…

One of our favorite songs from White Christmas happens to be the title of today’s entry. Snow. Snow is something that I haven’t seen since January 16, 2017. That was the day that we closed on the selling of our … Continue reading

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Future Perfect

One of the downsides of being a science fiction fan, both in video representations and literary, is that I was set up to believe that the future would be perfect. Perfect, at least, in the eyes of a child. Whether … Continue reading

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Promises Made Promises Kept

Trump has just delivered the promise of his red hat. America IS Great Again! Trump has left the White House. God Bless America.

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The Deep Fake

Something occurred to me in the midst of my delicious Sunday morning breakfast prepared with excellent culinary skills by my wife, Eileen. Let me start by stating that I am a devout Anglophile and love everything English. From music to … Continue reading

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The Day That Shook America

No, it wasn’t January 6, 2021. In fact, it wasn’t even in this century. The day that forever changed America, and from which we have never recovered, was November 22, 1963. Back in college, I wrote an essay, Decade of … Continue reading

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It Started With Sports

In 1962 my brother Michael won a pair of tickets for the first Saturday game that the New York Metropolitans ever played. Make no mistake about it; I was a Yankee fan. Nevertheless, I nagged my father to take me … Continue reading

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E Pluribus Unum

Assuming that most of you haven’t had three years of high school Latin and two years of college Latin: e plu·ri·bus u·num/ˌē ˌplo͝orəbəs ˈ(y)o͞onəm/noun out of many, one (the motto of the US). I’ve always had some difficulty understanding what … Continue reading

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Another Christmas Passing Through

Ordinarily, I am a traditionalist when it comes to Christmas and, in particular, the Christmas Season. We always learned that The Epiphany, January 6th, marked the day the Magi gave their gifts of Gold, Frankincense, and Murr to the newborn … Continue reading

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On The Eve Of Christmas

I know, the title is backward but in 2020, what isn’t? Over two thousand years ago, the Roman government proclaimed an edict requiring all the Jews to return to the town of their origin. So, thousands of Jews were urged … Continue reading

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I Now Understand The Meaning Of Advent

As a kid in Blessed Sacrament, I always felt that the Christmas Season started on Thanksgiving. The Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade culminated with the arrival of Santa, after all. Then the day after Thanksgiving began train season, as in Lionel … Continue reading

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