Monthly Archives: December 2019

Plus ça Change…

The last days of the year are always bittersweet. It’s difficult to view one’s accomplishments and failures with objectivity, and the looming new year can be frightening in its uncertainty. Two weeks before year’s end, I underwent surgery that should … Continue reading

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It’s Baaack…

Well crap. Back to surgery tomorrow. I’d been cancer free for almost a year-and-a-half, but the last test in mid-October showed cancer cells floating around my urine. TMI, possibly, for which I apologize. I’m not sure what the implications of … Continue reading

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Breaking Point

  I wonder when we’ll reach the breaking point. I wonder what national outrage is necessary for us to realize that the very soul of this country is being destroyed with a relentlessness that can only be deemed planned and … Continue reading

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Reinventing the Wheel

One of the joys of writing Epiphanettes is pissing off people whose thinking and philosophies are right-wing and calcified. I’ve given up trying to change such limited minds, but I do hope to occasionally offer a glimmer of sanity. This … Continue reading

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Greed

America has never been elegant, but then again, it has never been called upon to show any degree of grace or style. Nor is it intellectual, or particularly artistic or rational. What the US has always been about is power … Continue reading

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