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The Cumulative Factor

I was in Tarpon Springs, Florida on the morning of 9/11/01 when I got the word. On afternoon of November 22, 1963 I was in Cheektowaga, New York when I got that word. Most Americans know the first reference; all of my generation or older know the second. Perhaps we have come up with some sort of twisted way of commemorating September 11th this year. Today Bob Woodward’s book Fear is being released. Let’s explore.    Continue reading The Cumulative Factor

’67 & ’68

The title of today’s article is a riddle of sort that will be completely explained by the end. If you can guess it at this point you should be a detective or an intelligence officer. If you have it by the end of the first paragraph you must be both a baby boomer and pretty damn smart. I usually make the Sunday article about the biggest political story of the week just ended. For people of my generation another story eclipsed all others last week; the death of Aretha Franklin. In 1967 she asked for Respect and she certainly received a lot of deserved respect upon her passing. (Got it yet Jeff?) Let’s continue. Continue reading ’67 & ’68

None Of The Above Is Not An Option

Omarosa went on her generate excitement book tour this week. She has made a lot of allegations about President Trump. Generally speaking I find neither to be credible. Trump is the President so I am forced to pay attention to him. On the other hand generally I have the luxury of simply ignoring Omarosa and a lot of people like her. I do not go out of my way to watch her, and will not either buy or read her book. However in this he said/she said I have to decide who to believe. Therein is the latest example of an ongoing dilemma and a lesson. Let’s explore.   Continue reading None Of The Above Is Not An Option