Monthly Archives: December 2011

something’s out of whack here!

In my recent “On Occupy Lexington (2)” post, I knew I did not have answers to my friend’s list of very valid questions about the Occupy Movement that require serious attention. I closed by raising two questions: “What is really … Continue reading

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$5 here; $5 There

Don’t sweat the little stuff! Yeah, right. Way back in the pre-digital–the pre-Orwellian 1984 age–I bought a little red plastic travel hairdryer made in some obscure Asian country. It was not just inexpensive; it was a cheap import! I used … Continue reading

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On Occupy Lexington (2)

Well, I went and did it again. I drove to downtown Lexington on the afternoon of the “National Day of Action” on November 17 and visited the “Occupy Lexington” encampment again. Earlier that morning I received from one of our … Continue reading

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