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The odd things one remembers … Continue reading Once upon a time
On this day 78 years ago — July 16, 1945 — the first atomic bomb was tested. It was the world’s first nuclear explosion, and a few weeks later the atomic bombs dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Japan, ending World War II. Readers too young or too oblivious to appreciate the history should see the … Continue reading Oppenheimer, destroyer of worlds
England crowned a king today. Continue reading Yawn
My son just gave me a heads up on this video, and I’m hot! No surprise. Anger begets anger, and this video makes me angry. Even worse, it’s from Disney. Yes, that Disney. Disney should stay out of politics. Way, way out. Slaves didn’t build this country by themselves. Saying or implying they did is … Continue reading Shame on Disney!
Reviving an old habit, I’ve started watching (sort of) the Sunday morning news programs again. There is, after all, a lot of news streaming out of Washington these days. At 10 am, I tuned into State of the Union and bang — there’s Hillary Clinton talking about September 11. Ugh, I’m so done with both … Continue reading Double whammy