Monthly Archives: October 2012

St. Paul’s thorn in the flesh

Saul of Tarsus, apprehended by the Lord on the Road to Damascus My deceased brother, Major, was bisexual. He lived for a while in San Francisco, then for a while in Key West. Perhaps 25 percent of the population of … Continue reading

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some off-the-beaten-path fishing and lawyering stories from heaven, or hell, or both places

On Facebook yesterday: Sloan posted: I turned on the presidential debate last night and landed right in the middle of Mittens trying to out-hawk and out-foreign policy President Obama. About three minutes was all I could take of that, and I … Continue reading

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bipolar disorder, the human condition – international, American and Florida Keys snapshots

Psychiatry thinks it discovered a mental illness (thought disorder, chemical disorder), which it called “manic-depression” for a long time, but today psychiatry calls it “bipolar disorder”. In fact, psychiatry “discovered” only the most noticeable element of a spiritual disorder every … Continue reading

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Lara Logan, foreign war correspondent glamor goddess sex kitten should pick up an assault rifle and go to the front lines of Afghanistan

Saw this comment in Citzen’s Voice of The Key West Citizen yesterday: ============================ “You know, our government, with the help of the news media, has been lying to us about everything that I can think of since the Vietnam War. … Continue reading

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if I were POTUS (President of the United States), I probably would be killed soonest, but meanwhile, I pray for a divine intervention of the female essence into the United States, which claims to be one nation under God …

Don Quixote and Sancho Panza National lampoon relief starts today with a Birmingham amiga’s reply to the politics can be such a draaaaggg that sometimes I can’t help but try to make it interesting – Florida Keys and beyond post at goodmorningfloridakeys.com. ================================ … Continue reading

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The 2012 Ryder Cup – X-Ray of America’s soul

The Ryder Cup probably is the most prestigious of all golf events today. It started out being between Great Britain and America, but today it is between Europe and America. It was held last Friday- Sunday, and I watched most … Continue reading

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