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Duck And Cover

Sunday will be the sixtieth anniversary of the Cuban Missile Crisis. Beginning on October 16, 1962, and keeping my family on its knees praying the Rosary until October 29, 1962, it’s hard to believe that we are still living in … Continue reading

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What Are You Going To Do? Where Are You Going To Go?

I’ve gone through my share of hurricanes. The earliest one I remember was Donna when I was a kid on Leland Avenue in The Bronx. I don’t remember any others until Gloria when we first moved to East Quogue. Then … Continue reading

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Fall-ing For You

The autumnal Equinox will appear in just under three hours if you believe in such things. This is another myth that has been perpetrated by those who insist on believing things. For example, some still believe that Neil Armstrong took … Continue reading

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I Want To Move To Stuckeyville

This entry might not make much sense if you don’t know about Stuckeyville. In the early days of the twenty-first century, we were brought to Stuckyeville every Wednesday night on NBC. For me, it began a perfect evening of television. … Continue reading

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What Time Is It?

Here we are at the waning days of summer and my biggest concern is time. (It really isn’t but I’m trying to be entertaining this Saturday morning.) So, I ask you, what time is it. As I type it is … Continue reading

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You Know Where You Were

You know where you were. You know what you were doing. You know who you were with. You know how you felt. You can’t help but remember. You may have had one other event that lives in your psyche as … Continue reading

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Last Of The Summer Ale

As we approach the last full week of summer, change is already in the air. It’s been quite an eventful summer in which the world lost a beloved Queen ( I wonder what our so-called beloved Founding Fathers would say … Continue reading

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Mamma’s Birthday

My siblings always referred to our Mother as Mamma. My father did, too, when he didn’t call her Bett. Today Mamma would have been 115 years old. She has been gone nearly forty years, but I can still hear her … Continue reading

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Freakin Friday

Well, here we are on the last Friday of Summer. Of course, that’s not exactly true, but it will have to do for a nation that can’t tell the difference between truth and lies. Labor Day has always been considered … Continue reading

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Memories Of Pop

Today, my father would have been 115, just a few years older than Bilbo Baggins, but no less a joyful and inspirational man. My father lived and worked for his family. I always considered him a Man Of The Twentieth … Continue reading

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