Monthly Archives: October 2011

People you meet on the way to OZ

Last week I wrote about forks in the road of life and how often we wonder if we took the right road that got us to where we are today. A reader gently reminded me that often there is a … Continue reading

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The record shows I did it my way

The record shows I did it my way Have you ever heard Frank Sinatra sing “My Way,” without thinking that the song was written just for you? Paul Anka’s great lyric: “Regrets, I’ve had a few, but then again, too … Continue reading

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The Party’s Over – Here Comes 4G

The constant barrage of TV commercials for smart phones leaves my head spinning in 3G or 4G time, even though I don’t know what 3G or 4G mean That’s probably why all the new cellular phone technology leaves me nostalgic … Continue reading

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Mr. Fix-it Goes Toe-to-Toe With Big Foot

It is said that most accidents happen at home. They can also happen when you take your limited repair skills to another arena. When it comes to home repairs I was never in Bob Vila’s category, but I could manage … Continue reading

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Extra, extra, read all about it

I am not a real newspaper man but I play one on this page. Yet I have been associated with newspapers from my earliest years on the planet. At age 10 I hawked newspapers on street corners like those irrepressible … Continue reading

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