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You won't see it anywhere in the Constitution, but it's accepted across the American judicial system that if you're arrested and shuffled into a courtroom, you have the right to be judged by a jury … more
‘Tis spring, and as one of my neighbors observed, “Everywhere you look there is work to be done.” Ain't it the truth? I find that now that I'm living alone, there seems to be no end of tasks … more
There's no such thing as a “good” racist post on social media. Racism is racism, and racism is both repugnant and repulsive. Still, there's something especially stomach churning when the … more
Amazing, the vaccine is effecting how people look at each other and many of the folks today feel it's completely unacceptable for either government or the private sector to impose upon you the … more
I must say that I watched with great relief a recent TED talk about memory. Neuroscientist and author Lisa Genova assured us that the reason we forget so many things is that we are not paying … more
One of the greatest sporting events to control the sports calendar is the annual “Masters” Tournament held at the beautiful Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia. Staged just recently … more
If you've ever had to dig through the instruction manuals for an appliance when something was going wrong, you might have run across a flow chart. They're the diagrams that tend to be stocked … more
Sometimes it's the simple things that bring a smile to your face. Yesterday my landline phone rang, and the caller ID showed an unknown number. Since few people call my landline these days, I was … more
OK sports fans…is baseball sports or is baseball now all about politics. As it is now appearing Major League Baseball's decision to pull the All-Star game out of Georgia in protest of the … more
I once tried to explain the nightly concert that hearkens spring in the northeast to someone who had never lived in our part of the world. It didn't quite have the effect I intended. They … more
Several months ago, I wrote about the long journey taken by a printing project I had ordered. It spent a month in the nonspeedy hands of the USPS. The project was called “The Olden Girls”, a … more
There are some questions that remain constant for parents, no matter how old their child, no matter where they live. Will they be happy? Will they know how much I love them? And then there's … more
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