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Remember the Depression

“Too bad voters don’t remember the Depression. The next one will make your hair curl!” Pres. Franklin D. Roosevelt did more for the working man and his family during the Great Depression than this egg-head in Washington would consider. Know how he did it? He raised the highest income tax rate to 70%. He made…

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I Love Radio: Grew up with TV

“I grew up with TV, but I love radio.” I grew up with tv, but I love radio as I was young enough to bridge the gap. We got our first tv in 1947 when I was 3 years old, but I also listened to radio. There are a ton of sites on the web…

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Advanced Age Senior Story

I, for one, am actually enjoying this “advanced age.” You never cease to touch my heart with your e-columns! Either you have me laughing so hard over the Monday Jokes, or else you have (sometimes) put a tear in my eye, a sigh in my heart or a nostalgic sense of belonging because of a…

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Has the Tragedy Changed Your Life? Will It?

AND NOW YOU CAN ASK, “DID IT?” Just Count The Ways… Is it just me? I have nightmares now. Heck, since the horror of 9/11, for the first time in my life I have difficulty sleeping. I wake at 4:00 or 5:00 each morning, unwilling or unable to return to sleep. Last night while I…


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