Monthly Archives:: July 2014

Interview with Sam White by Paul Dorset

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Excerpt: Paul: If someone had the power to step into your creative mind what would they see? Samuel: A fire drill at the state mental hospital. Besides working a full-time job, I write novels and a newspaper column as well as a bi-weekly comic strip for another newspaper and I just finished a series of… Read more »

Political Convention

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A large and vocal portion of our population watched the weather this past week quite closely so as to keep track of Hurricane Isaac.  They weren’t worried about whether this weather would destroy property or kill people, but whether it would disrupt the Republican National Convention.   These people were, of course, reporters.  No one… Read more »

The New Social Disease

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I don’t know about you, but I’m just about to the end of my fascination with “social media” in general and Facebook in particular. No, this isn’t going to be a rant about the dropping stock prices or anything like that, I just suddenly decided I was tired of it. This is not necessarily a… Read more »

Cookie Dilemma

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So I go to the refrigerator, where I know there are some cookies leftover from Sunday night’s party.  “I’ll just have one,” I tell myself.  My self knows better, but it’s polite enough not to call me a liar right there in front of me.   I reach into the bag to grab ONE cookie,… Read more »

Follow the Rock

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8.5.12 – Follow the Rock This past week, as many of you know, I spent a few days in New Mexico—Ute Park, to be specific.  You can see where I stayed on the screen there.  It was a little four room motel, but I was the only person staying there, so it was a lot… Read more »

The Olympics

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It’s that time of the quadrennial when eyes all over the world are turned to the Olympics. Here in America, we do so with a sense of pride and, yes, thankfulness. Thankful that, at least for a couple weeks, we don’t have to hear nearly as much about the presidential elections. I grew up in… Read more »