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“And I’d like us to deal with the reason why so many people seem to want to use drugs and get high so much. I’ll write about why I think that is in another post.” That’s what I wrote in … Continue reading
Every day 10,000 people in the US turn 65 years old and many of them have been working hard all their lives and paying into and looking forward to their retirement pension plans. But the pensions that cover more than … Continue reading
When Ronald Reagan was president, Big Business came up with a very smart way to increase it’s profits. Why not have their products made much more cheaply in China and sell them for more profit? The average hourly wage for … Continue reading
Everybody knows that it is only a matter of time until we are all going to be using water meters to measure and to pay for how much water we use. Why? Because much of it is being wasted. We’re now hearing that … Continue reading
Why should health care so prohibitively expensive? The U.S. spends $2.7 trillion a year, nearly 18 percent of the gross domestic product on health care and yet it’s not keeping up with the rest of the developed world when it comes to … Continue reading
The horrible car crash that Paul Walker died in a couple weeks ago is tragic. He seemed to be a nice guy with the good looks and charisma and youth and talent that millions of people admired. I admired him too and I saw … Continue reading
It was November, 1965. I was working at a job pumping gas at a Powerine gas station in Pasadena, CA. One morning at the end of my 8 hour graveyard shift I got a call from my boss telling me that … Continue reading
Bobby: I turned 21 in Vietnam and I’d been back home for a few weeks. I was hanging out with old friends I knew before I was drafted, including a girl named Christina who was in my class in high school. We always liked each … Continue reading
I was a kid maybe 7 or 8 years old. I was on vacation with my mom and dad and my older brother Richard in the high desert outside of LA. We went to a place called Lake Elsinore where … Continue reading