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Remembering the Ralphs in Our Lives

By |September 1, 2021|Categories: death, Friends, Funeral, Memory, Mortality, Reputations|Tags: , |

Ralph was not just another face in the crowd but someone who will be long remembered. Here’s a story a fellow shared with me after the funeral of a mutual friend. He swore it was true, but even if it’s not, the message is worth repeating. The names have been changed to protect the ignorant. Ralph had worked in a management capacity for a small company whose founder and chief executive officer not only took him for granted but treated him [...]


Getting a Step Ahead of the Running Boom

By |August 25, 2021|Categories: Camptown Races, Community Spirit, Running|Tags: , |

Where were the real Camptown Races? This version making its own history. I grew up in Camptown, PA, and was there when this strange concept of people running through the woods for several miles was devised as the theme around which to build a community event and fund-raiser. When I say I was there, I should point out I was just a kid, but like everyone else in the village I had a job to do. It might be helping clear [...]


Getting into Wars Easier than Getting Out of Them

By |August 18, 2021|Categories: Afghanistan, Biden, Evacuation, War|Tags: , , , |

Why can’t we remember the lessons of getting in and out of wars? We’ve had a tough time getting out of other countries’ wars, and we still haven’t figured out how to do it effectively. One option is not getting involved in these hostilities in the first place, either as advisors or combatants, but that’s not the American way. It’s become even worse as we sink deeper into the War on Terrorism, which is really the enemy we’ve been facing with [...]


A Night of Ultimate Sacrifice at the Plum Farm

By |August 11, 2021|Categories: Bravery, Sacrifice, Uncategorized, Vietnam, War|Tags: , , |

Uncle Sam’s call became more of a challenge during the Vietnam War. Frederick Richard “Rick” Ohler’s name is just one of about 58,000, mostly men and barely old enough to be treated as adults had they avoided military service. They are all dead. Rick, at 24, was one of the older soldiers in the 519th MI Battalion and, like many of us, he was an intelligence analyst. Our compound was in a rather rural place known as Xao Ding. We weren’t [...]


Big Pharm Cranks Up TV Ads to Bypass Doctors

By |August 5, 2021|Categories: Advertising, Commercials, Prescription Drugs, Public Health, Television|Tags: , , |

Choosing your medication: Who do you trust? I still watch the traditional television networks where they include advertising in the programming. Not only do they include commercials, but they claim a huge chunk of an hour-long program. I understand that there are between 15 and 20 minutes of advertising in a typical television hour. You can calculate the percentage on that, but you no longer need to rush to the kitchen to grab that snack during a commercial break. You can [...]


So Near and Yet So Far in Conquering COVID

By |July 28, 2021|Categories: Conspiracies, COVID-19, Treason, Uncategorized, Vaccinations|Tags: , , , |

Cavemen unite! Who needs science and history? We were almost there, moving quite smoothly toward wholesale vaccinations leading to herd immunity, and then, once again, partisan politics reared its ugly head over an issue that shouldn’t have been political at all. It should have been about saving lives and getting back to normal, having learned lessons that may avert hundreds of thousands more from dying if another pandemic sweeps over our land. Now that the masks are coming off and the [...]


Nothing You Needed to Know about Minds and Brains

By |July 22, 2021|Categories: Brain, Human Mind, Humor, Memory|Tags: , , , |

Don’t mind me if I pick my brain. The potential of the human mind is limitless. That’s a no-brainer. Well, without a brain, you couldn’t have a… Never mind. Anyway, I’m not talking about people who don’t have brains. Their potential for having a mind is severely limited. It has been demonstrated after years of pseudo-psychometric research and exhaustive testing of people (who don’t seem to mind) that if you still don’t have a mind once you turn 19, you’ll probably [...]


A Story Grows from Seeds Planted 48 Years Ago

By |July 14, 2021|Categories: Exoneration, Justice, Murder, Police|Tags: , , |

The sands of time never run out on a story worth telling. I recently completed the manuscript for what has evolved into a 90,000-word narrative nonfiction book at whose hub is a true crime that occurred in the mid-1970’s when I was a young, wet-behind-the-ears reporter in Williamsport, PA. It was my first full-time job, aside from my three-year enlistment in the Army as an intelligence analyst, and, as it turned out, I was working there in lieu of attending my [...]


Blaming the Boomers for America’s Woes

By |July 12, 2021|Categories: Aging, Baby Boomers, Discrimination, Gen-Y, Greatest Generation, World War II|Tags: , |

If at first you don’t succeed, just hang around and try not to screw it up. The boomers inherited a rich, dynamic country and have gradually bankrupted it. They habitually cut their own taxes and borrow money without any concern for future burdens. They’ve spent virtually all our money and assets on themselves and in the process have left a financial disaster for their children. — Bruce Gibney, A Generation of Sociopaths: How the Baby Boomers Destroyed America We’ve had a [...]


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