- What to Do with the Homeless?
- What’s the Mortality Rate for COVIDs Right Now?
- Hunter Biden and Chinese Spies
- Texas Under Attack by Gun Grabbing Liberals!!!
- And in Idaho…COVID Protests
- There’s No Science Behind COVID Lockdown
- A Different Idea on Combating Crime and Bad Behavior
- Breaking News – New Chico City Council Sworn In
- COVID Masks Causing Respiratory Infections?
- Governor Orders Halt to All Non-Essential Interstate Travel
Monthly Archives: October 2013
I grew up in LA where all the traffic and hustle and bustle and gray skies seemed normal to me. When I heard the term, “blue skies” I didn’t know what that meant until I was 11 years old and my mom … Continue reading
Parents usually try to teach their children to treat each other fairly and that’s a good thing but I was the youngest of four children, all boys. One of the first things I had to learn was that there were … Continue reading
When I went first started going to college in 1964, it was very affordable. I went to East LA College (ELAC) when it was called East LA Junior College that is a 2 year college. I guess they didn’t like … Continue reading
When you’re a kid, friends mean almost everything to you, seemingly even more than relatives do. You hear people say, “Blood is thicker than water.” As a kid you don’t know what that means. I’ve heard some old people say, “You’re … Continue reading
It was April, 1963. We lived in East LA. My car was a custom copper colored, lowered to the ground, tuck and rolled, four door, 1950 Chevy. It was a very cherry ride with loud dual glass packed mufflers. It … Continue reading
Religion. It’s supposed to have something to do with belief in God or spirituality or something like that. It may be one of those things but if you ask 5 people their definition, you’ll probably get 20 different answers. A lot of people say they’re religious and they may … Continue reading
The other day I was flicking channels on TV while eating lunch and I happen to come upon a movie I haven’t seen since I was just becoming a hippie in 1969, “The Sterile Cuckoo” with Liza Minnelli who is … Continue reading
There are many things I miss about my children being the little kids they once were. Yes, I’m glad they’re grown up adults now and on their own and living fulfilling lives – but just the same – I miss … Continue reading
I’d lost people I’ve loved before and it was very difficult and painful to know that I wouldn’t be seeing them regularly again or possibly at all in the case of a break up and in the case of death, I’d never see them again … Continue reading