Monthly Archives: March 2014

Oxymoron

The only difference between a rut and a grave is the depth. Read in the news this morning that a French Satellite spotted some debris in the ocean and that it might be part of that missing plane. I don’t … Continue reading

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Mask

“The point is that there are plenty of people out there judging us every day of our lives and for every move we make. The gods of guilt are many.” From “The Gods of Guilt” by Michael Connelly. Sometimes, when … Continue reading

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The Good Fight

“I’m not sure,” I said, “that I could make it without you.” “You could,” Susan said, “but you’ll never have to.” From “Ceremony” by Robert B. Parker Funny thing about us. I think that through the years we’ve learned to … Continue reading

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Pandora’s Box

“I sat down beside her, said hello, offered to buy her a drink… and then natural selection reared its ugly head.” – Unknown As a follow up to my “open mouth – insert foot” post, give it up for the … Continue reading

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Zip Those Lips

“Five days a week my body is a temple. The other two it’s an amusement park.” – Unknown One of the few important life lessons my father tried to teach me was to think before I opened my mouth. “Can’t … Continue reading

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Adaptation

“Looking back, you realize that a very special person passed briefly through your life. That person was you. It is not too late to become that person again.” – Unknown Adaptation. Interesting word. Means many things. Is used often in … Continue reading

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It’s all Bush’s fault

“There’s a drug called brown-brown from Africa. It’s a mixture of cocaine and gunpowder. You turn numb and stay awake for days.”  From “Road Hogs” by Elmore Leonard I’m not crazy you know. Not yet anyway. While I have been … Continue reading

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