Monthly Archives: July 2015

Overcoming the first hurdle

My family has a running joke at my expense. We like to vacation at the ocean, but the beaches here in the northeast aren’t exactly known for their mild water temperatures. This presents a problem for me because I don’t … Continue reading

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Of meteorologists and neurologists

Regarding meteorologists, a friend of mine is fond of saying he wouldn’t mind making a six-figure salary to guess the weather with no negative consequences for error. That’s fair, especially for those plying their trade in New England. (Meteorology in … Continue reading

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Which MS is which?

I’ve got a big problem with MS. Actually, I have a lot of problems with it. There’s one particular aspect on my mind at the moment, however. It’s a terrible, incurable, barely treatable disease. Even the name: “multiple sclerosis” sounds … Continue reading

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Death wish

I’m a rock-n-roller from way back. When I was really young, I resisted the siren call of R&R for a while, but it was no use. The music took me and nothing has been the same since. My tastes were … Continue reading

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