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I've discussed this in the past but it seems pertinent again. One time during my youth I was engaged in an argument with a kid in the neighborhood.  I don't remember the subject but as the argument turned I realized I was, wait for it, wrong. Yes, it happens to ...
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When one "grows up" with red hair and freckles, labels, aren't kind.  Of course after a few "skirmishes" the label changed from a negative to a warning about red heads and tempers. I've always thought that to be a funny "label" as well. I don't have a temper. As long ...
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A few years ago I sat quietly in a large room filled with Americans listening to a speaker.  The topic was the state of our country and what was taking place under the Obama regime.  The speaker wasn't passionate but entertaining in his own right as he walked through his ...
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As this will be my last column before America officially decides which path to take (Tyranny or Freedom) I thought it pertinent to express appreciation to and for the person who has given Americans a very real chance of regaining our country. The man who has reclaimed the idea of ...
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As this Presidential cycle comes to fruition I've heard and read ideas that have provoked thought, others that have been covered in pure ridiculousness and finally the rantings of disgustingly outright dishonesty. Sordid affairs, criminal collusion and the ignorance that allows this part of human behavior to occur, has been ...
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The job was titled Outdoor Wilderness Counselor.  As "basecamp" was located in the Northern tip of Idaho it was indeed outdoor and in the wilderness which was fine with me as I'd grown up in the mountains of Northern California.  For those of you who've read Late Bird you will ...
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It was a Friday night (late 80's) in Grass Valley, California.  I was a senior in high school and a friend of mine suggested we attend a party being thrown at a house where someone's parents were out of town.  I wasn't much of a "partier" as I didn't drink ...
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I believe the course was called Introduction to Critical Thinking.  The professor could have been a clone of the country singer Sammy Kershaw and I wisely fought back the urge to ask him if he had a "Queen in his double-wide trailer." This professor didn't mess around (and rarely smiled) ...
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Recently a black major league baseball player commented that "baseball is a white man's game," when asked why NFL players were having "protests" (in others words cowardly acts of stupidity) and MLB players were not. "Baseball is a white man's game," said the millionaire black baseball player who probably thinks ...
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A question was posed to me a while ago when the media was running around making a big case about "racism, Trump, and the Klan." "Jason, do you think the Klan still exists?" "Of course they do.  They even come out and make statements quite often," I answered. In 2010 ...
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Sadly we keep hearing the same two things over and over from the politicians, radio talk show squawkers, television talking heads and of course the incredible intelligentsia known as the American Media. (1) America is a Democracy. (2) Taking a knee or saying something stupid is a Constitutional Right. No ...
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Last Sunday on Meet the Press, former Obama Advisor David Plouffe, called Donald Trump a psychopath. The moderator Chuck Todd (a Clinton supporter/apologist) jumped in and inquired as to the "fairness" of this statement, never mind it was false and certainly unprovable by the likes of Plouffe. Todd asked Plouffe ...
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Decades ago as I settled into my seat the college professor began to pass out the syllabus and stated, "You could probably pass this class by just reading the book...but then again.  I am telling you now there will be things on the tests that can only be learned in ...
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Each week I gather as much information as I can pertaining to the happenings in the World. As this takes place ideas or subjects jump out at me that I feel are important to expand upon. This week has been truly bizarre. Seemingly everyday Wikileaks is releasing past Clinton criminality ...
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Last week a conversation took place of which I became privy. One individual (let's call her a cross between Margaret and Marilyn, Thatcher and Monroe) was patiently trying to explain to another individual (let's call her a combo between Bernie Sanders and nataS) why, despite the ignorance of the media and ...
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I have a friend who likes to gamble. We used to have that in common. Don't get me wrong.  I still like to gamble once in a while. I just don't like to lose...so I've stopped. Needless to say when we did find ourselves in Reno, Tahoe, or Vegas, we'd ...
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I was in my early thirties and playing in a rec basketball league.  I like movement, quick cuts, lots of shots, and a clean game. Of course if you bang me around I'm coming back at you twice as hard. (I knew a guy who always played fair until the ...
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Let's just get down to it. If Donald Trump is elected his biggest issue won't be "building the wall". That is basic construction, furthermore, America put a man on the moon. We can build a wall. His largest problem won't be deporting tens of millions of humans here illegally. By ...
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Almost two decades ago (seemingly a lifetime) I had the unfortunate experience of working for an individual whom I did not like. This person had all the prerequisites. Communicated poorly, lied, cheated on their spouse, institutional fraud, etc. Without walking down the entire path again it is fair to say ...
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For those of you who've read Late Bird you will recognize Trinity County and Del Loma, California. For those of you who haven't, Del Loma, California is a tiny town (population 30) in Trinity County adjacent to the better known County of Humboldt (those of you unfamiliar with Humboldt County...good ...
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