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DOWN AND OUT IN SAN ANTONIO ~ RETROSPECTIVE

Feb. 7, 1962

SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS.  We’d been there a little over a week now, and Marty and I, were no longer exhausted, unbathed, cold, and very nearly broke (as I said we were in my last post… 977 more words

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Ars longa, vita brevis

“Ars longa, vita brevis.”  Anyone who has been writing seriously for any time at all would agree that the Greeks hit the mark on this one.  839 more words

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KINDLE FIRE vs. KINDLE on PC

STATS:  The Tale of the Tape

Every now and then I hear about a person who doesn’t own a Kindle and assumes he’s out of luck when it comes to buying Amazon eBooks.  652 more words

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THE OLD MAN and the OCEAN

Here’s the deal … this morning I opened my eyes and was floating around in that Alice-In-Wonderland nimbus where I knew I wasn’t dreaming but my mind refused to latch onto the idea of getting up and plugging in the coffee. 880 more words

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A RELUCTANT MANIFESTO

 

I am a writer.  I AM a writer.  I am a WRITER.  Forgive my shouting.  But sometimes it needs to be said—even if I am the only audience.  1,163 more words

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JOURNEY'S END (A Cold, Hard Look)

Seen as Simul-blog (with Newsletter)

 

Sometimes it’s important to take a cold hard look at your journey, appraise where you’ve been (from the time you’ve started doing what you’re doing) and, based on your present trajectory, energy and speed, where you’ll likely find yourself one, three or five years hence. 688 more words

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OFFICE REFLECTIONS (Waiting For the Ringing)

I can reflect back over thirty years sitting in this office, staring out across the parking lot at the traffic whizzing up and down Columbus Avenue, each car coming from someplace and going someplace else.  1,020 more words

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