Elevator Pitch

How honest are we in our prayers and in our public and private lives I’ve been wondering.  I had a 30 second elevator ride with a woman the other day. It was the morning of the first day of the latest four week lockdown imposed by the heap of mashed potatoes posing as governor of […]

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Germ Free

About 133 years ago, during the Chinese coronavirus pandemic of 2020, in late May, the people of the United States of America decided they were done with being locked in their homes and locked out of their jobs in compliance with government health measures. They had a higher a calling.   George Floyd, a black […]

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The First Time I Left Home

When I was 20 years old a girl broke my heart so badly I had to leave the state. She did it with precision and seemingly with great joy in June 1989.  By August I had moved from Southern California to South Carolina to get as comprehensive a breakup as I could achieve. I didn’t even […]

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