Days of Infamy?

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Are the days of infamy behind us? Or are they just beginning? When President Roosevelt addressed Congress on December 8th, 1941 he said December 7th would be forever remembered as a "day in infamy". But he...

My 60-Year Affair With The World’s Oldest Profession; Betty, Part I

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I never get tired of admiring, especially leggy women. It also put me in mind of a story that’s been dancing around in my head for a long time. It actually started on a...

Famous Common Places I Have Known, Ma Martin’s on North Lime

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Rick Wilson's really poor affectation of hillbilly mannerisms and slang put me in mind of one of my fondest memories of my college days, a bar on the other side of Lexington, Kentucky where...

Nehi Grape and Moon Pies

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More Famous Common People I have Known, and the Politics of Dependence

The Story of the American Flag, by Mabel Lee Carter, 1913

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There are actually several stories found here, all of which are pertinent to the matters of just what this coming election is all about. Believe it or not, this story is about why we fight...

Judging Beauty, Goodness and Virtue

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"If you judge Beauty or Goodness or Virtue solely based on what you see in the mirror you will likely die a painful death...whether old or young. Just ask Kurt Cobain" from St George Frederick, an old friend returned.