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Rest in Peace, Sid (1934 – 2013)

August 24 2013
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Rest in Peace, Sid (1934 – 2013)

Fond of telling students, “the ungrammatical life is not worth living,” Dr. Sidney Gendin, Professor of Philosophy at Eastern Michigan University for 35 years, passed away unexpectedly in his home in Ann Arbor, Mich., on August 21, 2013. Born January 3, 1934, in Brooklyn, New York, he refused to abandon his Brooklyn accent. Sid graduated…

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THE MOST VICIOUS ELEMENT OF AMERICAN SOCIETY

July 20 2013
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Faithful readers know I regard our police forces as the worst humans on earth since the heyday of Nazi storm troopers. Prior to 1970, those who disagreed with me had a leg to stand on. Since then, that leg has been cut out from under…

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The Grim Reaper

May 21 2013
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As the saying goes, today was a day like all other days — except even more so. 1. At least 91 killed by Oklahoma tornado. 2. Suicide bomber kills 14 in Afghanistan. 3. Car bombs kill at least 86 in Baghdad. 4. Oxbow wins Preakness,…

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SCORECARD

April 18 2013
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MONDAY’S GAMES AND FROLICS Boston Massacre 3 dead. Kabul, Afghanistan – 24 dead. Mogadishu, Somalia – 38 dead. Combined all-star team in Iraq – 61 dead, 271 wounded. The major…

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BOMBS AWAY!

April 5 2013
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KOREAN MISSILES Range Hwasong 5 – 300 KM (apx 186 miles). Cannot reach Japan. Hwasong 6 – 500 KM (about 310 miles) Musudan – 3000 KM (10 x Hwasong 5′s…

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Where Is This Going? – We’ve Heard This Song Before

April 4 2013
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While Arabs may not be smart enough to see that all these raids and counter-raids are hindering the peace process, Israelis ought to know better. It is very mystifying. ****************************…

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