Monthly Archives: September 2012

The Lost Decade – Part Ten – Losing my Mother and Finding Sobriety

One thing I’ve learned about life is that death is one of the most difficult things to accept.  So many authors have written about the subject.  Although I’ve learned that “death is a part of life” I’ve also found that … Continue reading

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John Ingle – Your Power Lives On

I turned on the television right after I got up today and a few minutes into the Good Morning America broadcast they announced that John Ingle had passed away at the age of 84. People who watched him for years … Continue reading

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Lost Decade – Part Nine – The Turning Point was in 1999

This is the ninth blog in the series: chronologically speaking, I’ve covered September 1996 through 1998. It might not seem like much time but so much was going on that it is a bit dizzying to me how condensed it … Continue reading

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The Lost Decade – Part Eight – One Thing Leads to Another

A few years after Tupak and Biggie were killed, after my short stay at the Thalian’s Clinic was a fading memory, it seemed things were improving in my life.  I knew there was nothing I could do to change the past. … Continue reading

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The Lost Decade – Part Seven – The Importance of Tupak & Biggie

This post is one I’ve postponed writing and publishing because I have had a lot of trouble placing it properly and succinctly. In the series of posts in the blog I’ve mentioned the murders of Tupak Shakur and Biggie Smalls.  … Continue reading

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On the NFL ref lockout

It is not unfair for the the NFL to “ask for something” when they are offering more money to the NFLRA. The opportunity to replace officals that do not meet their standard seems fair to me.

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The Oregon Ducks are out of control

I have always been a person that supports creativity.  I am also a person that supports tradition and classics.  I am a big fan of college football.  I have to cry fowl at the Oregon Ducks football team because they … Continue reading

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