Monthly Archives: May 2011

Sunny Mexico

The Solution Everyone knows of a growing problem That exists with our southern border. It’s as porous as a kitchen sieve… Breeding crime and social disorder. Drugs and guns and a welfare lottery… Things seem to get worse each day. … Continue reading

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The Wonderful World of Oz

Woof! Many friends have sent their heartfelt condolences regarding my recent “surgery”. Thanks. I’m sure many of you are wondering about how things have been going, since I unexpectedly experienced this unwanted and most unfortunate event. Well… I won’t kid … Continue reading

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Reality

Conversations Spoken (and Un-Spoken): A Retired Teacher Returns To His School Hi, it’s really nice to see you! (Gee… his hair has grown so thin.) You haven’t changed one bit! (So many wrinkles on his skin!) Oh my… you look … Continue reading

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Infidelity

George Brent My wife is in love with George Brent… But this is not as bad as it may seem. You see, he was a wonderful actor On the old time, silver screen. He appears often via the Turner channel, … Continue reading

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Something New… Something Old

Current Events BinLaden… We got him. Stash The following poem is a reprise of one written a long long time ago. It is a reflection on the words of wise man, whom I have the pleasure of knowing. It is … Continue reading

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