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Lack of Meaningful Communication Is Making Us All Strangers

Happy Friday!  We made it, so get ready to kick back and relax this weekend. You deserve it! You know, I could write this blog every single day. There is no shortage of things to write about. I just log … Continue reading

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Do You Live In A Miserable State?

America’s Most Miserable States…..that is the topic for today. Welcome back and Happy Wednesday!  A lovely topic for a blog, don’t you think?  Well let’s not delay; let’s take a look at the Top Ten Most Miserable States according to … Continue reading

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Where Did This Ridiculous Sense Of Entitlement Come From?

Welcome back!   If I’m not mistaken, and that’s always a possibility, today is Tuesday, March 4th.  Let’s get right to it. Make yourselves comfortable and I’ll ramble a bit. I was reading yesterday about a New Jersey teenager who is … Continue reading

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The Dysfunction Next Door

Good morning and Happy Wednesday! I’m sitting in my studio right now listening to screaming from next door.  There is a young couple there; they moved in a year ago; both in their late twenties.  They have a five year … Continue reading

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Child Abuse Will Never Be Acceptable

Happy Monday to you all.  Get yourselves comfortable; I’ll have snacks passed around shortly.  You’ll need the fortification of a good snack because today’s subject is not a pleasant one. I have written often about child abuse. To me, and … Continue reading

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The One Finger Salute To Random Violence

Welcome back to our little getaway playhouse, safe from the madness that surrounds us.  Pull up a bean bag chair and get comfy. I’m not done talking about random violence, so I will hopefully get it out of my system … Continue reading

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Jordan Davis and Dysfunction In America

Like many others I was drawn to the Florida verdict in the shooting of Jordan Davis.  It occurs to me that this case is so much about dysfunctional behavior. In a bare outline, this is what happened: Man pulls into … Continue reading

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Harming Ourselves For Pleasure

I’m back and ready to discuss in more depth this phenomenon of people ingesting, drinking and smoking things that are obviously bad for them. Good morning by the way. We are having only our second cold spell of the winter … Continue reading

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Dysfunction At The Grocery Store

And a very Happy Wednesday to you all.  It’s chilly here in Olympia and we might just get our first real snow of the winter on Saturday.  Crossing my fingers that it happens. I need to get out and do … Continue reading

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False Heroes In A Dysfunctional Society

Happy Friday to you all, whether you are “normal” or dysfunctional.  There is enough room for all of you so grab a chair or a beanbag and get comfortable. I was just reading the latest article about Alex Rodriguez, the … Continue reading

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