Category Archives: weather

Friendships and non-friends


I continue to watch what is going on in this country, and in the world, under the trumpeter’s agenda. So I want to say once and for all. I am 76 years of age. I have been involved in politics … Continue reading

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2014 in review


The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog. Here's an excerpt: A New York City subway train holds 1,200 people. This blog was viewed about 6,900 times in 2014. If it were a NYC subway … Continue reading

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Black Tuesday, 11/4/2014


Yesterday was a disaster for the following: Women Education Health Care The poor The sick and disabled The economy The climate What folks actually voted seem to have gone out and voted for most of the incumbents, in spite of … Continue reading

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The Year of the Snake


This past Sunday, February 10, began the Chinese Year of the Snake. Although on the surface, things may appear placid and docile, the Year of the Snake is unpredictable. Snake gives very little warning before it strikes, and its bite … Continue reading

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Hurricane Sandy Aftermath


Now, two full days after Hurricane Sandy hit New Jersey, I can add to, or change, some comments. Hoboken was overrun because it sits below sea level (same as New Orleans), and the Hudson River overran its banks.  The mayor … Continue reading

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Hurricane Sandy


I just posted the following on my FaceBook, and in my political group.  I thought I would share it here. OK, this storm, with blizzards as well as terrible winds and water surges is pretty bad, and it was just … Continue reading

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