Monthly Archives: September 2014

History, Tradition, A Parade, And Maybe Even A Little (gasp) Politics

The Constitution Day festivities begin today with the Marching Presidents potluck dinner. This weekend: Duck Races and the parade on Sunday. Celebrate freedom while you still have any.

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September 11+11+11+11+….

Did you ever have a dream that turned into a nightmare, and when you woke up you realized it wasn’t a dream, but a reality that never ends? That’s what today feels like to me. Another September 11, another call … Continue reading

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The Cutting Edge Of Technology

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Beware Of Bears

There has been a dramatic increase in bear molestations this fall, as the beasts desperately seek enough food to sustain themselves through the coming winter. Please remember to store all munchies in a secure area, and don’t leave food in … Continue reading

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Here’s Mud In Your Eye

I did this drawing ten years ago, during an era of exceptional rancor in Nevada County politics. Here’s a passage from my chronicle of those ugly times,¬†Once Upon A Village. “With the election of 2004, a new generation of conservatives … Continue reading

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By Any Other Name

No matter what they call themselves, we are stuck with inbred politicians.

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The Fall Run

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Bucket List

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Here’s Lookin’ At You, Kid

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