Category Archives: Daily Observations

Essays that have yet to be pidgeonholed into a single category or idea. Just literary bloviations…

Massage Parlors and the Sequester

A customer complained about the sequester today. It seems that his government position is in jeopardy and that he will be furloughed in the next 30 days. It must be a shocker for someone whose entire working life has been … Continue reading

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Blind Squirrels and Fair Weather

The day began with a sense that all would be well as it should be under blue and calm skies. The parking lot near the public launching ramps was jammed with trucks and trailers fitting into all shapes and sizes … Continue reading

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On “Sequestering”

It’s a funny thing when you think about it, all this commotion over a “sequestering” of our government. Now take me for instance. When I hear the word “sequester” all I could muster was a vision of a jury trial movie, … Continue reading

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