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Back when I went to school more than a half century ago, we learned that the Continental Divide is the principle hydrological divide of the Americas. In plain English, that meant that the U.S. waterways west of the Divide basically flowed into the Pacific Ocean or the Bering Sea. The U.S. waterways east of the … Continue reading The Continental Divide
Naturally, I’m a big fan of writing, but some of my favorite writing is not designed to be read in a quiet well-lit room. It is meant to be spoken aloud. I like listening to speeches. They’re not always the work of one person. Some are, but most require the combined efforts of many speech … Continue reading The Sounds of Silence
Since mid-March, I’ve been spending a lot of time at home. Haven’t we all? One of the things I’ve been doing to prevent “cabin fever” is spending time in my backyard, and, there, I’ve been accompanied by my music. When I was a little asthmatic boy, the doctors suggested to my parents that I should … Continue reading Stranger in Paradise
We’ve gotten used to seeing Product Placement in the movies and on TV. There was even a movie that was totally financed by products strategically placed in the movie. But now this trend seems to be spreading to the oval office. We’re building the wall, and Goya is paying for it. But, Americans should know … Continue reading Product Placement