Monthly Archives: November 2012

Miller Time!

I have grown somewhat calloused in my sense of the world around us…I regret to say. There is a cynical voice that try as I might to subdue only seems to grow stronger every day. It tells me that we … Continue reading

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The Great American Tragedy, Part 2

                                                    Part 2  …and then there were the Remnant; unseen among the gawkers and not heard among the squawkers…they owned a silent honor that bound them to each other. Strangers to Narcissus, they were drawn to disconnected circles where silence … Continue reading

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The Great American Tragedy

                                                  Part 1 If you morphed the most tragic ending scenes from movies like Sunset Boulevard with A Star is Born to produce the distilled essence of the word pathetic, you would in turn capture the Democrat and Republican in … Continue reading

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The Real Question on Benghazi

As Americans tune into the next act of Kabuki Theater on Capitol Hill starring our “Honorable” cast of political characters drilling each other over who knew what when on the Benghazi Terrorist Attack…some of us are reminded of; Fast & Furious … Continue reading

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The Coup de Grace & the American Fool

If you have ever been to a bull fight, you know they generally don’t end well for the bull. The key to the great fights are to provide the crowd with the belief that the contest is even which is … Continue reading

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Patton, the Punk and the Jewel Heist

I had one of those awe-inspiring ah-hah synchronistic moments yesterday…on Veterans Day, perfectly enough! There was a tribute story about General George Patton, the WW2 Titan of Testosterone Tank Commander who would have rolled his tanks straight into Moscow…if it … Continue reading

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The Morning After

I crawled into bed before the end wanting to be well under the covers and anesthetized by the mercy of sleep to escape the pain. I can tell you that this moment is the lowest and darkest moment of my … Continue reading

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