Posts tagged "America"

Bomb Syria to save people from chemical weapons; dead either way

Why does anyone believe bombing a country will stop a rogue dictator like Assad from killing his citizenry. When did this last work Samantha Power, because despite having read your marvelous book I don’t remember an example when it worked? All bombing of Syria would do is let President Obama and the Pentagon have a... Read more »

Cities Under Attack by Gun Toting Yahoos; or Why to Boycott the USA

Guns, bloody deadly guns again. I thought after Columbine, America would get it. We didn’t. I thought after Aurora CO. I knew after Newtown CT. Nope. Not enough ripped apart children paid with their short lives to fill the coffers of the gun lobbyists at the NRA. More the NRA cried, more guns.  So now three American Yahoos... Read more »

Top 10 Reasons Against DePaul's Stadium in South Loop

As for my TEN top reasons in opposition of the proposed DePaul stadium in the South Loop, let me count the ways. Number 1:  It makes no sense financially. This according to that maven knowledge of the juxtaposition of sports and money, ESPN. Number 2:  The majority of the neighbors are opposed to it. Number 3:  DePaul students... Read more »
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So my back needed Chiropractor

So I killed my back working on the data for 218 S. Michigan Avenue Obama HQ, so I had to see the accupuncturist? We all won. America my grandsons Ethan and Theo. And the world is watching…with all those camera lights.

Get Over Yourself, America

America, did you know there are other countries in the Americas—yes other countries in addition to the United States of America. Hold onto your socks, cheerleader types. The Americas includes North America and South America according to those maps that hung in 1950s elementary schools. And if you really want to get irritated, notice that... Read more »
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    I was an accidental expatriate; love and marriage led me to it. One day I was a bandy-legged kid sitting atop my dogwood tree looking out of my small backyard world in 1950s New Jersey, wanting to move somewhere--anywhere, different. Next thing I knew my father had accepted a job in Houston TX. I was ecstatic, it was a foreign land in 1961 America. After high school graduation, my parents’ gave me a matched set of fawn-colored hardsided American Tourister luggage. Taking the hint, I went to college; well four colleges in five years--it was the 60s after all. Meeting a young hirsute anti-war, soon-to-be-Peace Corps volunteer, I fell in love. After finishing up college coursework for my degree, but before I even walking a graduation stage, I grabbed the paper airline ticket my boyfriend had sent me, my brand-new passport, and was off to the airport and Lima, Peru.

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