Monthly Archives: November 2010

GenMe — I’m what it’s all about!

[The following is a “key statements” book review by my on-line buddy, David Mays (dlm).  The book is Generation Me by Jean M. Twenge.  I found it fascinating.  Due to my age the trends described by Twenge may seem more pronounced … Continue reading

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The 007 Cyber Spy

Just found the following article.  Absolutely fascinating.  I wonder how much of it is true.  It is especially interesting to consider what it might have been like for the scientists who came under suspicion and the turmoil that must have caused.  That … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving Thoughts

Happy Thanksgiving to anyone out there who may be reading this.  I just finished looking at the Washington Post and decided it is time, again, to go on a news-media fast.  There was essentially nothing in the Post that would make … Continue reading

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A Bit of Recognition for the FBI and CIA and Others

[It is common for us to be thankful for our men and women serving in harm’s way in our armed forces.  Very little thought is ever extended to others protecting our freedoms and ensuring our safety through their service in … Continue reading

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A Beatle Remembered

[Last October 9, 2010 would have been John Lennon’s 70th birthday.  I was a fan of the Beatles when they arrived on the pop scene back in the early 60s, but not so much with their later music.  As their … Continue reading

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The Coach

[My very favorite sports hero is coach John Wooden.  Mention of  the coach was recently made by Mark Shepherd  at our Authentic Masculinity Workshop: Winning At Work and At Home.  Coach was held up as an example for us to … Continue reading

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Transportation Security Absurdity (TSA)

[I always enjoy George Will’s columns — especially if I happen to agree with him.  He seems to be wise in his thoughts and frequently converts my thinking on something that I thought I had reasonably considered.  The current brouhaha over … Continue reading

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