Monthly Archives: January 2018

Drinking

It was Friday afternoon and Lennie and I were sitting in his parents’ house drinking tequila and talking.  His parents were out for a movie and dinner so we figured we had the house for at least three hours.  The … Continue reading

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Pulpdiddys Permutations My Way

I’ve been writing Pulpdiddys Permutations several years now and several weeks ago felt it was time for a change.  The change is not because I am burnt out but because the nasty stories which is our current history has caused … Continue reading

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Hope

My days in Culver City were filled with hope.  Yes, there was that extremely tragic war in Vietnam and its neighboring states.  The last few had their eyes opened to the terrible way America had treated its African-American citizens.  We … Continue reading

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Words

As sensitive to words that we are today, some of it deserved, in those days there was a greater selection of words that would cause people to shut off and not hear your message.  Bernie as a Socialist, would not … Continue reading

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Culver City Again

I’m back in High School in Culver City.  We were a mixed-up bunch, full of lots of adventure and inquisitiveness and inhibitions.  We had so many cliques and sub-groups that our breakdowns were almost that of couples.  Lots of us … Continue reading

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Back to It

On November 27th of last year, I wrote the last segment of my memoir and I feel it is time to get back to it.  In that six weeks the Donald has exhibited enough mania so that the one-third that … Continue reading

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Pulpdiddys Permutations My Way

I’ve been writing Pulpdiddys Permutations several years now and several weeks ago felt it was time for a change.  The change is not because I am burnt out but because the nasty stories which is our current history has caused … Continue reading

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Desire to Serve

The desire to serve, which was once ingrained in the people, became less and less as the zeitgeist of the society to reflect that service became less and less.  It does not really matter where it began but it had … Continue reading

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Big Tent

Democrats have always thought of themselves as an inclusionary Party, the Big Tent.  It is with the Party’s effort to hear all that made it such a confusing combination of members – so many with different interests.  The recent focus … Continue reading

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Not for Me

Oprah Winfrey seems like a very nice person but as a President, not for me.  After Trump it seems like anything goes but not for me.  It is time we get someone with some experience in politics to run for … Continue reading

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