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The Fat Lady got High

In fact, she overdosed and is in a vegetative state. Please, for the good of everyone, please make no effort to revive her. She has been hanging around waiting for that super brownie that would take her to the high that could finally put the 1960’s behind us, just as Ken Kesey promised that her ultimate altered state was all that was needed to end that dreadful experience. Every disappointment of that decade of protest, uncompromising angry protest, dragged the election of 2016 down the drain that the reluctant fat lady had blocked like a hippie hair ball.

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“if not for oral history, my uncle would not have pursued the history that became the 'Roots' project.”
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Moving To Texas

Moving to Texas By Nancy Have you ever moved? I did. I moved from California to Texas and it was the worst thing ever to happen to me. Why was it so terrible? I’ll start from the beginning. To start off with I used to live in Thousand Oaks California. One day at school my friend, Madison and I were sitting in the sandbox, under the play structure to avoid the 500 degree heat. “It’s so sad that you have to move.” Madison said. She had long brown hair. I said, “Yeah.”. I...


Dinner at Yumiko's

When I was an adjuster in the little town of Sarasota in the Fifties there were 2 exceptional orthopedic surgeons, Bob Greenwood and his partner, a Greek, Ilias Konstantinu. The 6 of us and our wives became good friends and Bob lived just down the beach from us in a lovely old house at the end of Crescent Beach which National Geographic chose as one of the 10 best beaches of the world at the time. Later it was spoiled by high-rise hotels and condos. Ilias' wife was...


Something Lost

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Jane's (My Dogs) Death

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