Category Archives: Occupiers

$5 here, $5 there Revisited, Again

Don’t sweat the little stuff! Yeah, right. What about the big stuff? Welcome to TPgate! In my original “$5 here, $5 there” Blog entry (12-12-11) I wrote: “Sometimes the little clues are the ‘give-aways’ to larger schemes or signs of … Continue reading

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“$5 here, $5 there Revisited”

Don’t sweat the little stuff! Yeah, right. What about the big stuff? In my original “$5 here, $5 there” Blog entry (12-12-11) I used my Internet/cable/phone provider as an illustration of “the little stuff” over which you have no control … Continue reading

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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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On Occupy Lexington

Well, I went and did it. I drove to downtown Lexington around 5:45 and visited the “Occupy Lexington” encampment the afternoon I posted “On Occupy Wall Streeters” on my blog. * I stayed almost a couple of hours engaged in … Continue reading

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On Occupy Wall Streeters

One of our misipi writer cohorts circulated an article written on October 20 by Marybeth Hicks, columnist for The Washington Times, that judged most of the Occupy Wall Streeters as “doing this only for attention and fun.” No doubt for … Continue reading

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