Category Archives: cultural highlights

Foolish

Who has not, at one time in life, thought herself or himself as the wisest person on Earth? Were you an adolescent then? I was. I believed that I was blessed with sublime wisdom about nearly every topic. I must … Continue reading

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Windmills Of Wayne County

I recently drove the short distance from my home located in Norfolk in Madison County, Nebraska to Wayne, in Wayne County, Nebraska. I had not been in Wayne for a couple of months so I was surprised to see a … Continue reading

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OK

It’s Monday, but that’s OK. Although today is that unloved day of the week, Monday’s are here to take the heat. Mondays can mean that we have difficult moments and we might feel bummed out about them. Monday’s don’t let … Continue reading

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Goofing

I just now realized that more time than anticipated has passed while I fiddled with the shortwave band on the old ghetto blaster this early morning. There was no particular reason to skim the frequencies in search of a far … Continue reading

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Anticipating Spring

“Spring beckons! All things to the call respond; the trees are leaving and cashiers abscond.”–19th century writer, Ambrose BierceĀ  The March equinox will occur tomorrow at 03:49 UTC or 10:49 PM Central Daylight Savings Time tonight. It signals the official … Continue reading

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Freedom Of Information

Consolidation of power and access to information has been taking place in countries around the globe, including the United States during the past few years. In some cases, the data that is provided by some officials is incomplete and inaccurate. … Continue reading

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Ides Of March

One of the most famous quotes about the month of March was penned by William Shakespeare for his play, “Julius Caesar”. “Caesar: The ides of March are come. Soothsayer: Ay, Caesar; but not gone.” The ides of March or the … Continue reading

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