Monthly Archives: May 2012

Memorial Day Weekend

Some Gave All Billy Ray and Cindy Cyrus I knew a man called him Sandy Kane Few folks even knew his name But a hero was he Left a boy, came back a man Still many just don’t understand About … Continue reading

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Serving

It occurred to me this morning that every male in my side of the family – that is all who share the same surname, have served in the armed forces of the United States since the family immigrated from Europe … Continue reading

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Horror

Dilemma: I enjoy participating in contests, writing contests. My entries are more often than not against the grain or constitute a quirky take on the theme and, most often, I do not do well in the voting. That doesn’t bother … Continue reading

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War

Yesterday, I finished reading L.E. Modesitt, Jr.’s The Ecolitan Operation, a book I thoroughly enjoyed largely because of its thesis and presentation. A major aspect of the book is a distinction between morality and justification. I agree with Modesitt. Here … Continue reading

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