- Marysville, Washington, USA
- October 25
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February 23, 2014 06:07PM
- REPUBLICAN CRAZINESS
February 09, 2014 07:46PM
- HAIRSTYLE CHOICE
January 14, 2014 02:33PM
- ATTENTION NFL POOBAHS
September 29, 2013 10:34PM
- ENOUGH ALREADY!!
September 17, 2013 09:36PM
MY RECENT COMMENTS
- “Grandma used to say,
"We'll never notice the
September 29, 2013 11:14PM
- “When my father died, I
found out about it three years
My father and I
September 19, 2013 04:44AM
for making a comment to my
I do not
believe that he
September 18, 2013 01:29PM
- “Very good looking fence!
Now your neighbors will be
about a lot of
September 17, 2013 09:59PM
- “I received some emailed
comments about this
seems the most
August 22, 2013 04:44PM
Today is November 11, 2012. It was 94 years ago today, on the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month of 1918, that “the war to end all wars” ended.
Later, this day became known as “Armistice Day.” Today, we know it as Veteran‘s/… Read full post »
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“Bat Crap Crazy.” Now, there’s a term one does not see on TV news every day. A few nights ago, as I watched a news program, that was a topoic of discussion in reference to Mr. Todd “Torpedo” Akin, and his unusual views about reproduction and abortion.&nb… Read full post »
First, I must say how sorry and disappointed I am that something like this happened. My heartfelt sympathy goes to the families, friends, and colleagues of those who were killed or injured during this senseless crime.
I believe there is a bottom line to this incident, and to similar incidents t… Read full post »
The "Pee Test" email has been circulating for quite some time. It raises the serious question about why shouldn't welfare recipients be required to pass a urine test.
Here is a variation of that email:
"I work at my job, and they pay me. I pay my taxes and the… Read full post »
For me, The Day The Music Died, was July 16, 1981, shortly after noon Eastern Time. That is when Harry Forster Chapin died as a result of a vehicle collision on the Long Island Expressway. Some speculate that Harry suffered a heart attack while driving, resulting in his car swerving and/… Read full post »
While I am out doing errands, sometimes I like to stop for a snack. I usually get something where there is a drive through service. Bag in hand, I drive to a shady, quiet spot, to have some fries, a cheeseburger, and a coke without ice.
Yesterday was no exception. As/… Read full post »
In case you missed it, the Supreme Court Of The United States, (SCOTUS), let loose with a very disappointing decision last week – amid all the hoopla about health care.
The SCOTUS decided to flush the “Stolen Valor Act” down the toilet.
More likely than not, this &ldq… Read full post »
Yesterday, as soon as the news hit the fan about the Supreme Court of The United States decision on "health care," President of The United States wannabe Willard Romney responded. Willard Romney said the very first thing he will do when he is elected POTUS is repeal Obamacar… Read full post »
Sometimes, the news on TV is entertaining, or informing, and sometimes, there are O-M-G !! moments...
This evening there was an interesting OMG moment.
Representative John Mica, a Republican of Florida's 7th congressional district, Chairman of the House Transportation & Infrastructure Commi… Read full post »
Who’s in charge at the IRS?
That is a reasonable question, and it deserves a reasonable answer.
I ask that question after looking at an email that is circulating. The email shows a newscast focusing on IRS abuse. The abuse that is happening, as I wr… Read full post »
The bully in my life was my father. Sure, there were kids around my own age who tried to make life hell for others, and me, but I could deal with them. My father was a different challenge. He was much bigger and stronger than I was.
If “dear old dad”… Read full post »
PTSD is in the news again, mentioned in an article by Marilynn Marchione of Associated Press, and printed online on MSNBC.com
For anyone who thinks veterans who have PTSD are sissies or faking it - they need to wake up and smell the coffee:
PTSD (Posttraumatic Stress Disorder), is a… Read full post »
I am writing to say "Thank You," to people I've never met. Even at great distances, and even though we might not have ever met in person, we, the people who write articles to post at Open Salon, have touched each other’s lives in many ways. Sharing experiences and knowledge doe… Read full post »
With a message header of HOPPING TO HEAR FROM YOU SOON, this was in my Salon.com inbox today, Mother's Day.
My name is Juliana ,i saw your profile today and became intrested in you,i will also like to know you more,and i want you to send an email to my… Read full post »
President Obama caused a news media sensation today, by stating publicly that he believes that "people should be able to marry whomever they choose." Well, at least that's my version of what he said.
Hmmm... People need to remember that all of this is about equal rights. Peopl… Read full post »
Florida is in the headlights again, for the actions taken by someone in the belief he was following the rules of "Stand Your Ground." However, we do not know that for sure.
Without going into the exact wording of the law, one must believe that "Stand Your Ground" is meant to… Read full post »
What is it with mean–spirited people? !!As soon as news sources mentioned the untimely death of American artist Thomas Kinkade, at age 54, many people started making negative comments about his work.
Mr. Kinkade was a very talented artist, and he cleverly marketed his work.… Read full post »
As I was watching TV news earlier today, there was a comment card about a poll indicating that 52% of voters do not like the Republican candidates; and, 53% of the voters favor President Obama.
That could be a very distinct and important message for the gaggle of Republican Party pr… Read full post »
Racial issues aside - there are some glaring items about this matter involving the killing of young Trayvon Martin. Mainly, that Mr. Zimmerman made some BIG mistakes, some very BAD CHOICES.
His first BAD CHOICE was to carry a weapon for his "duty" as part of neighborhood watch. … Read full post »
“Strangers in the night,” exchanging glances, wondering in the night, what were the chances, of not one, but three, nuclear explosions, at the same time, in Iran?
Hmmm… Statistically, that might be about 1,999,999,999,999,999,999,999.9875 to 1.
Malarkey New… Read full post »
I stopped listening to Rush Limbaugh many, many years ago.
When I first listened, I thought he had some interesting things to say. Howev… Read full post »
Fifty years ago today, two of my friends and I joined the U.S. Air Force, on the “buddy program.” It was a big, and life changing, decision for us.
A month earlier, several of us were playing poker at Jerry’s house. His parents were out of town, to enjoy a weekend… Read full post »
While drinking a Coke, I noticed the label and a comment about going to a website to see if I had won a prize. It was something like, "Go to MyCokeRewards.com and insert the number from the inside of the bottle cap."
Simple enough, I thought, so why not give it… Read full post »
Yesterday, there was an informal poll about Republican candidate choices. There were about 235,000 responses, and 38% of them preferred, "I would not vote for any of them." This is a proof that "NONE… Read full post »
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