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Opening Day

This week marks the start of another Major League Baseball season. It is my 48th, if you count the 1966 season which I joined “in progress” during the summer, at the age of 10. I’ve been to three opening days, all in Cincinnati where I lived at the time. The first was in 1987, at [&hellip

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March Madness Memories

With the NCAA Tournament beginning this week, I am often given to remembering some of the highlights; the games that I have seen at various places throughout my past. My memories begin in 1971, when our family had just moved to Western Kentucky, and that happened to coincide with the year that Western Kentucky University [&hellip

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Baseball, Steroids, and the drive for immortality

This is what it all boils down to, right? The Baseball players (or any sport) , intimidated or obsessed with their physical limitations, in the name of competition, and the organizations who look the other way for the same reason, are selling out the true competition of the athletic confrontation by succumbing to the “success [&hellip

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Election night nail-biters?

We didn”t have one of those this year (the final margin state was called at around 11:10 EST),  but we’ve lived through a few Presidential elections which took us well into the wee morning hours,  and sometimes,  to see the morning light.   Ohio (once again the state that enabled the winner to top 270 [&hellip

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Scariest Movies and Stories?

  With this week’s arrival of Halloween, I started thinking of some of the scariest movies and/or stories in my experience.  Being anba avid movie watcher,  these tend to be movies.  I looked up a listing from the Internet Movie Database (AKA IMDB)   50 Scariest MOvies Ever Made 2012 Edition.  My personal selections from [&hellip

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