Month: January 2018

I finally read Moby Dick start to finish.  I started it a decade ago but, obviously, was not ready for it.  At 35, I picked it up again and could not have done this any sooner than now, regrettably true as that is.  But age is just a number; a point of departure; an index. I’m one day […]

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Winter is back.  I remember the 90’s and the camo jump-suits that served as our second skin.  We were rarely outside without one.  The idea was to read the temperature and then get dressed for that level of cold.  Then put a jump-suit over that as you head out the door. They had the old […]

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Believe In The Experiment A baby was born out of wedlock in the Caribbean.  To the child everything was interesting.  The child became a restless young adult.  The young man, in his early teens, was the type of employee business people dream of; always figuring out ways to make things operate more smoothly; never reaching […]

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