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“I’d grown up fearing mobs of the Ku Klux Klan; as an adult, I was starting to wonder if I’d been afraid of the wrong white people all along. My worst fears had come to pass not in Georgia but … Continue reading

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Adjusting Our Moral Compass

I could say a lot, but it has been noted that a picture is worth 1,000 words.  Here are my thousand words on the topic.  

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Upside Out, Inside Down

There is a song by The Grateful Dead that uses that line and it always stuck with me as a metaphor for turbulent times. Upside out, inside down seems very appropriate these days. I was meeting a friend for breakfast … Continue reading

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A Question For The Ages

 This is a little longer than normal. May I suggest you get a glass of wine and a bowl of cheese doodles. As I get older, I find myself pondering life’s  bigger questions. Not that I am some intellectual giant, … Continue reading

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A New Holiday

Aside from a bonus for themselves and raises for their staff, Congress also authorized a new Federal holiday. A note from a friend. . . I was eating breakfast with my teenaged granddaughter and she mentioned today was a special … Continue reading

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