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What About This…? 8.20.2015

By Wayne William Cipriano I saw a news story on television the other night that snapped up my attention. You know how you some­times gel out in front of the screen and then your short-term memory plays something back to ...

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What About This…? 8.13.2015

By Wayne William Cipriano We went to Springfield last week, which is a pretty big deal for homebodies such as we are.  We prepared an itinerary, loaded up what we needed for the trip, and took off commenting every mile ...

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What About This…? 8.6.2015

By Wayne William Cipriano We need to stop calling these deranged, murdering terrorists Lone Wolves. I may be off base here but it seems to me that in our culture it is just as easy to visualize a Lone Wolf ...

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What About This…? 7.16.2015

By Wayne William Cipriano They call it Mailbox Baseball and they do not understand how devas­tating and how frightening it can be when a person really depends on mail delivery. It is not just postcards from friends, letters from family. ...

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What About This…? 6.4.2015

By Wayne William Cipriano Ever since Reneé graduated from Ava High School and went off to the U. we have travelled north frequently to visit her. Since she stayed in Columbia as her career developed going from the private to ...

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What About This…? 5.14.2015

By Wayne William Cipriano In 2007, as what will come to be known in the fullness of time as the worst presidential administration in the history of the United States of America drew to a close, it did not take ...

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What About This…? 5.7.2015

By Wayne William Cipriano Because we are so eager to make known our positions and opinions, and so very disinterested in what others have to say, many of us rely on email and other similar messaging systems that did not ...

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What About This…? 4.30.2015

By Wayne William Cipriano You won’t be the first to question the prowess of my mathematics so you might want to work the numbers for yourself, but it seems to me that when six people were running for two seats ...

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