Monthly Archives: August 2016

Lesbian Couples

I have a simple question to ask of lesbian couples, and this is not a disguised sarcastic comment. It is a serious question, and I really want to know. In many lesbian couples, one of the pair is so masculine, … Continue reading

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It’s Going To Be All Right

Ever since high school, I have remained friends with Jerry Jerome. I owe him a lot, and that debt also bonds him to me. An old saying is, “If you want to make a friend, have them do you a … Continue reading

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Sockless Again

I have raved on (but not ranted) in the past about high fashion male models expressing their high fashion by going sockless. (Search for “sockless” on this site and you will agree.) Sockless seems to be the hallmark of high … Continue reading

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Our Fiftieth Reunion

Our Fiftieth reunion is more than ten years past, so it should now be safe to tell you how it went.  I will leave out the names. I don’t want to get sued, and neither do I want to cause … Continue reading

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The Ups and Downs of Life

I watch my grandson still in life’s early stages as every year brings improvements.  He has obvious gains in strength and physical skills, but also noticeable gains in mental insights and understanding and judgment. Those are the years we all … Continue reading

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Joseph Campbell and the Power of Myth

Life has no meaning. Each of us has meaning and we bring it to life. It is a waste to be asking the question when You are the answer. Campbell’s books on comparative mythology and comparative religion probably influenced my … Continue reading

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Borrowed Ideas, More From Seneca

This blog is obviously a compendium of ideas I find interesting—and very few are original to me.  Do I feel guilty about this?  No, thanks to Seneca, author of our school motto, “To teach the art of living well.”  (See … Continue reading

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