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Intervention

My 90 some year old auntie Emma (Kautz) Mason whacked her forehead on a paving brick as she tripped and fell down leaving her daughter Trudy’s home in Canfield, Ohio last weekend. It all happened so fast I was told that Emma had no chance to break the fall with her arms. That would have probably broken her arm or other bones. The brick created a about 3“ x 3” L shaped gash that required...

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Generation Facebook

I have seen this term posted around quite a lot lately. I assume Generation X has been superseded by Generation F. I guess as I get older it is harder to keep track. I know what it means but I don’t assume that it is important. I am the leading edge of the real baby boomers having been born less than a year after WWII ended. Each generation seems to have established a new title...

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The Cat’s Away

Good news is that Gloria is away this weekend with her favorite hobby, quilting. One of those deals where all the women (no men!?) get together on a retreat weekend and do their cloth cutting and sewing thing. It’s her first big outing since the breast cancer was discovered. That event suddenly stopped our lives (especially hers) for like eight months. Wow! has it been that long? Her Chemotherapy has left her with aftershocks (recovery...

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The Primitive Mind

Suppose there never was a weak primitive mind that is a direct link to present humans. There are so many unqualified people who practice (preach) bad science or create it, there is no real truth, only assumptive thinking. I’m included in that group, so let me preach. What if some humans, 5,000 years ago had the same minds we have today? What if a few had minds that were actually stronger and “better” than today? I...

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