Monthly Archives: August 2013

Just One of the Many Things I’ve Never Done Before

Once a year the community we live in here in Silicon Valley sponsors a city-wide garage sale. This is presumably to entice people from other communities to come get our junk so that it doesn’t end up in the city … Continue reading

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Psst – Know Where I Can Score Some Contraband?

Look, man, I can quit anytime I want. I don’t need the stuff – I just want them, you know? They used to be all over the place – people were just giving them away, free! Then some government a*****e … Continue reading

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What Never Was

“For all sad words of tongue and pen, The saddest are these, ‘It might have been’.” – John Greenleaf Whittier At this stage in our lives, there’s a whole lotta reflection going on. Here in Silicon Valley, we are awash … Continue reading

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Giving In to Misanthropy

When we were younger, the eminent philosopher Charles M. Schulz was credited with the humorous line: “I love mankind – it’s people I can’t stand.” It came from a strip in which Lucy denigrated Linus’ desire to be a doctor … Continue reading

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