It’s been a long time since I posted anything, but the impact of the Newtown Massacre is sinking deeper into my bones. I am old enough to stomach the normal drivel, lies, and bogus comments that spew from the mouths of politicians in this country; and, old enough to understand the public posturing and spin [...]
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They dreamed because that is what young men do, dream of things to do. Mountains were good for dreaming, heads closer to the clouds, eyes nearer the stars.
Oak Town had tried to mitigate the flooding problem by opening up the gates that allowed Crystaline Lake to drain into the Ramapage River. Opening the gates would lower the lake and prevent the lake from flooding into people’s home. It was good in theory, but its still needed more practice.
It was in the last chapter, which was neither written nor published, where we recounted the efforts of Gary GuLabel to bring about some changes in the land of Oak Town through the election of a new mayor. It was an historic feat, that no one in Oak Town expected, except a band of Oak [...]
A modest proposal to save NJ from financial ruin, provide for the common good, and save the innumerable number of children with no hope in the future.
Wow, is what I have to say… First, can’t believe the kids managed this hike, it was certainly one of our biggest adventures in terms of difficulty. There were no trails marked, and we only found one on our way out at the end. Second, this is a high hill, mostly ridges which are [...]
The August 1st, 2012 deadline for former students of the Christian Brothers, a.k.a Irish Christian Brothers, to make a claim of abuse is just around the corner. Students who suffered physical or mental abuse must file a claim by August 1st. I find it pretty disappointing that most mainstream news organizations in the metropolitan region [...]
For Carla, wherever, whenever….. I thought about Carla much more often than she would have known, almost on a daily basis for the last few months. Not because she was sick, but actually on a much more positive level. I would think of her whenever the song posted below was played…it’s on a music mix [...]
I got inspired to deal with our family library which was basically stored in boxes in a closet, in a space that no human except for me was fit to enter….which I rarely if ever did.
Captain Gregorio De Falco, the commander who gave that order used what is described as an “expletive” on many news websites….That expletive is “cazzo”, pronounced KAHTZ-soh. The literal translation is….