Tag: neighborhoods

Watching “The War”

    Jeff and I have been watching Ken Burns’ latest PBS documentary film, The War, which, as of this writing, is about halfway through its 15-hour run. We’ve been faithful viewers – a challenge, since it’s also been “season premier week” on the networks, bringing lots of tempting competition after a long, mind-numbing summer. (It’s either feast or famine with TV, isn’t it?)

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Waiting for Results

    “Everyone has polyps,” my buddy said, laughing on the phone.  I called her this past week to let her know everything seemed okay after an outpatient procedure at the Surgery Center.  “Just so that’s all it is.  But a polyp, no big deal.”

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Giuliani’s Greatness

        This is neither a factual chronology of Rudolph Giuliani’s accomplishments nor a list of his qualifications to be President of the United States. It will also proffer no judgments as to his “character”. There’s plenty of time for the political assassins from both the right and the left to go after all the candidates and make certain we know, so that we can be perfectly “holier than thou” (despite all of our own shortcomings) where and when they might have stumbled; who they may or may not have slept with; whose limo or yacht or jet may have offered a free ride and how they either didn’t do this or did do that when they should or shouldn’t have.

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may, 2024

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