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Monthly Archives: March 2018
Twenty-one years ago today, Mrs. M and I made a trip across the river from Fort Thomas, KY to Bethesda Oak Hospital in Cincinnati. That evening, after having to wait a bit because the obstetrician was caught in traffic (Turns … Continue reading
My family’s religious heritage is Presbyterian. My dad’s side of the family has been Presbyterian probably since John Knox, and my mom, aunt, and grandmother eventually found the denomination suitable as well. I’m actually ordained as an Elder in the … Continue reading
Ms. Deen Kogan, who along with Lou Boxer has been a driving force behind NoirCon, has died at the age of 87. She and her husband Jay founded Philadelphia’s Society Hill Playhouse a few years before I was born, and … Continue reading
I’ve been grading papers from my freshpeeps last night and today, and have about a dozen or so left. I’m letting the CPU in my head reboot for a while, and I may tackle a few more tonight, or leave … Continue reading
Not from me… from Mike Portnoy. Mr. Portnoy is a drummer generally associated with the progressive rock and heavy metal scenes, having burst onto the scene with Dream Theater, a band known for having more chops than a karate dojo. … Continue reading
Anyone in my line of work will find some quirks, solecisms, or barbarisms more irritating than others. The particulars vary from writer to writer and from teacher to teacher, but we all have some little thing or things that will … Continue reading
… but Donald Trump may not be the biggest whackjob in DC.