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The Question of Morals & Values of Yesterday

The Question of Morals & Values of Yesterday
April 5, 2017
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Several years ago, I spent a lazy Saturday watching Andy, Barney, Opie, Aunt Bee, Goober, and Mayberry.  You stop and …Read the Rest

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Weird Stuff & Historical Ignorance

Weird Stuff & Historical Ignorance
April 4, 2017
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I don’t mind admitting I enjoy all the fun crypto thing on cable.  I’ll also admit that, although I’m a …Read the Rest

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The Malignant Narcissism of Trump Haters

The Malignant Narcissism of Trump Haters
March 14, 2017
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The other day, an ‘elderly’ white male, southern, told Ashley Judd that he liked Trump.  She became hysterical, going almost …Read the Rest

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Life and Certificates

Life and Certificates
March 14, 2017
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This afternoon I picked up the mail, opening the envelope containing my mother’s death certificate.  She died on January 2.  …Read the Rest

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Trump, Abortion, Choosing Life

Trump, Abortion, Choosing Life
March 11, 2017
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The thing I like most about Donald Trump is the fact that he is relevant.  He is informed.  The man …Read the Rest

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People Are Strange

People Are Strange
March 2, 2017
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Maybe the title should be Liberals Are Strange.  This current crop is.    I consider Bill Nye, who is a scientific …Read the Rest

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Cats Do Not Cause Mental Illness

Cats Do Not Cause Mental Illness
February 23, 2017
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There are those who think cats are like potato chips – you can’t have just one.  The problem with cats …Read the Rest

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Sunday Morning Opera: The Heavy Heart Edition

Sunday Morning Opera:  The Heavy Heart Edition
December 11, 2016
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By now you’ve heard the news about our favorite baritone.  It is heart-breaking.  Opera is like baseball.  It does break …Read the Rest

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Liberals Have Completely Lost Me

Liberals Have Completely Lost Me
November 29, 2016
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I don’t mind admitting to some political evolution these past few years.  It all started when the GOP was taken …Read the Rest

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Hillary Flunked Her First Big Decision

Hillary Flunked Her First Big Decision
October 5, 2016
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They say the first big decision a Presidential nominee makes is in their choice of VP.  If so, then Donald …Read the Rest

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Another Tragedy of Alzheimer’s

Another Tragedy of Alzheimer’s
August 20, 2016
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On October 17, 2014 I lost my father.  He had been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s Disease five years earlier.  The problem, …Read the Rest

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Melanoma Need Not Be a Killer

Melanoma Need Not Be a Killer
May 27, 2016
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From 2009: Today I had my 6 months check-up for melanoma.  I’ve been doing this now for eleven years.  The …Read the Rest

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Jimmy Carter’s Cancer

Jimmy Carter’s Cancer
May 23, 2016
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First published on August 22, 2015 No one should die from melanoma. Diana Ashby should not have died from melanoma.  …Read the Rest

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The Delicious Ironies of Life

The Delicious Ironies of Life
May 21, 2016
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Remember all the threats of violence at the Republican National Convention?  We all know those threats came directly from Bernie …Read the Rest

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May Is Melanoma Month!

May Is Melanoma Month!
May 18, 2016
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This is the annual Pink Flamingo May is Melanoma Month post. The Pink Flamingo is an 18 year survivor of …Read the Rest

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Melanoma Can Be Cured

Melanoma Can Be Cured
May 11, 2016
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First published in 2010. If you have a mole that looks like one of these, and you do not go …Read the Rest

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Remember: May Is Melamona Month

Remember:  May Is Melamona Month
May 7, 2016
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This is just a classic image of a nevis – mole – that is cancerous with melanoma.  It looks so …Read the Rest

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More May Is Melanoma Month

More May Is Melanoma Month
May 5, 2016
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Did you know that Bob Marley died of melanoma? John McCain is the perfect example of staying on top of …Read the Rest

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Native American Repatriation Act & Creationism

Native American Repatriation Act & Creationism
April 30, 2016
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The advocates for a more barbarian world and lack of scientific reason and rational behavior have one again.  This time …Read the Rest

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The Sociology of Zika

The Sociology of Zika
April 29, 2016
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The WSJ has a fascinating article about the Zika Virus, it’s detection in 1947, expansion, and the fact that the …Read the Rest

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Weather Channel Stupidity

Weather Channel Stupidity
April 8, 2016
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Around 2AM or so, on Thursday, nothing was on, so I ended up on the Weather Channel watching something about …Read the Rest

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The Tragedy of Sandra Bland

The Tragedy of Sandra Bland
March 4, 2016
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The officer who stopped Sandra Bland has been fired.  That’s sad.  Of all the tragic deaths of young people the …Read the Rest

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Glen Campbell’s Alzheimer’s Disease

Glen Campbell’s Alzheimer’s Disease
February 22, 2016
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Yesterday, someone tweeted an article about Glen Campbell now being in Stage Six of AD.  His family put him in …Read the Rest

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Football and Head Injuries

Football and Head Injuries
February 9, 2016
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One former NFL player said, in an interview, he doubted if the NFL would even be around in another 20 …Read the Rest

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Bernie’s Age

Bernie’s Age
February 6, 2016
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Bernie Sanders is an old man.  No, it isn’t because he was born in 1941 and is only 74-years-old. It …Read the Rest

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False Hope on the Alzheimer’s Frontline

False Hope on the Alzheimer’s Frontline
January 12, 2016
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Anyone who has had to deal with a family member who has/had Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) knows the sad and tragic …Read the Rest

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Culture and Alzheimer’s

Culture and Alzheimer’s
December 23, 2015
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I’ve been involved in a fascinating give and take over an insane article about Alzheimer’s Disease. Amazing how our culture …Read the Rest

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The Moon Also Rises

The Moon Also Rises
December 14, 2015
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It isn’t very often that we get to see our wildest dreams come true (or start to come true), but …Read the Rest

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A Cure?

A Cure?
December 7, 2015
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There are several big stories this weekend.  I think the most important, in the long run, is the fact that …Read the Rest

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Alzheimer’s, The Chaos Theory, and Evil People

Alzheimer’s, The Chaos Theory, and Evil People
October 31, 2015
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The best way to describe the Chaos Theory is the butterfly effect.  A butterfly flaps its wings in the Amazon …Read the Rest

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