I had no idea at the outset of this writing experiment the level of help and support I would need. I was 3/4 of the way through writing my first book when I felt the chilling reality - What do I do … [Read more...] about It does take a village to make me seem less a jerk
I never saw the movie, not once. Didn’t need to see a movie about it. I love the sport, always have. Always will. I had no interest in watching a movie about the sport. There have been … [Read more...] about Goodbye Jake LaMotta
It used to be huge. Everything was huge. She didn't have a party, she had events. Summer parties for a hundred of her closest friends and food and drinks for two hundred. If you were her … [Read more...] about It used to be huge
My baby girl and her girls and her husband, my sister, friends of family. Friends... people I have never met, but I speak with almost daily. All Floridians, from Miami to FloBama. I … [Read more...] about Hurricane Irma – Florida
Nuclear war, any day, for several reasons. I've been reading about the interconnected complexities of the world economy that rest on the shoulders of these two idiots, Trump and Kim. China, … [Read more...] about Hot fiery nuclear death, not what I had planned at this stage in life. I was hoping to open a bicycle shop…
Can't we lose the Right - Left bullshit for a couple of days. Can't we keep the sitting president and his entourage and secret service away so a tragic situation doesn't become worse? He can be … [Read more...] about Can’t we stop until these people are OK? Can’t we cut the crap?
I got too many tickets. Most are speeding tickets. Being an entitled, old white guy it usually ends up a reduced fine where the court gets the money, and I get no points. This is no joke … [Read more...] about A DAY IN COURT
He turned and looked at me and said, "These machines, this equipment was built by a good man, good men who went to work at seven in the morning every day and brought their sandwiches in bags and on … [Read more...] about From the New – Still Untitled Mess