Bully vb bul.lied; bul.ly.ing : to behave as a bully toward Browbeat, cow, hector, intimidate (Source: Merriam-Webster Dictionary) When I was of middle school age I had an encounter with a neighborhood bully. I was not a tough kid but I was a longshoreman’s son and being the object of persecution for some other… Continue reading A Bully For You
The Cuban Missile Crisis, Chernobyl, Watergate, Clinton-Lewinsky, Iran Contra, George Washington and the cherry tree, Einstein failing math, Gulf of Tonkin Resolution, U2 (the incident not the band) , “No new taxes” The USS Maine, weapons of mass destruction, Cigarettes, Joe McCarthy, Hitler to Chamberlain. (Neville, not Wilt) What do all the above mentioned have… Continue reading THE LIES HAVE IT
“Nothing in life is to be feared, it is only to be understood. Now is the time to understand more, so that we may fear less” (Marie Curie) We make exceptions for our friends. Between cringes we convince ourselves that their misogynistic, racist, homophobic and anti-Semitic jokes were careless slips of the tongue, tasteless attempts… Continue reading Friendship in the Age of Trump
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