Monthly Archives: September 2010

Foolishness is Underrated

  Last week I said my husband and I didn’t want obituaries when we pass on. Actually I don’t care one way or another, but my husband bristles at the idea of having one. Why? Well, let me tell you … Continue reading

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(Pluggers are simple unassuming folk who just plug along in life.)   Do you know anyone (besides me) who reads the obituaries regularly? It’s a good reminder that life is short, nothing lasts forever, make the best use of my … Continue reading

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The Future

Last week I used this cartoon by Parker and Hart: Then this week they published: Do you get the impression they aren’t looking forward to the future? What about you? Do you think about the future very much? Are there … Continue reading

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Rattling the Bars of the Cage

  I thought of this cartoon this morning when I read (Washington Post article) that investors are rushing to take money out of the Kabul Bank, creating worries that there might be a panic and the bank might collapse. The … Continue reading

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