Monthly Archives: December 2010


I’ve just begun to read a true account about a six-year old girl who wanders off at a family picnic in Maine and the search and rescue teams are summoned. It got me thinking about an incident that I will … Continue reading

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Appointed Rounds of Golf

“Neither snow nor rain, nor heat nor gloom of night stays these couriers from the swift completion of their appointed rounds.” That’s why Skydrive was invented – for golfers who just cannot wait for fair weather. Tired of frequenting the … Continue reading

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Barking Up the Wrong Tannenbaum?

A Jew walks into a Catholic church…Well, actually it was the steps of the rectory. The parish house was closed for lunch so I walked across the street to what I figured was the next best place to inquire. A priest … Continue reading

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Pitchapalooza – Oh, What a Night!

The New York Times covered this event Please follow the link below to view: Dateline: Book Revue in Huntington, December 2- Writers were invited to present a one-minute pitch (subject to a timer and stopped in mid-sentence if need be) to … Continue reading

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