Category Archives: Culture

Of Serpents & Sausage

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Late Edition

Yes, yes…I know the Dr. Seuss books in question have not been BANNED exactly, but did they have to make a politically correct sideshow out of it instead of just saying the books didn’t sell? As usual, my sensitive friends … Continue reading

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Spooks

No St. Piran’s Day celebration in Grass Valley this year, but the ghosts of the Cornish still haunt the nooks and crannies of Nevada County.

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Everybody Needs A Little Stimulus

One side effect of the precautions initiated by COVID-19 has been a dramatic drop in cases of your average influenza, unless you buy into the notion that masks and distancing don’t do any good. George Rebane certainly believes that we’ve … Continue reading

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Education v. Indoctrination

While I’d like to think of myself as a moderate liberal, I find it difficult to identify with the increasingly gender/race obsessed left. These kind of stories are nothing new, but along with cancel culture they don’t seem to spark … Continue reading

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The Golden Calf

I remember when Republicans were just straight, button-down boring. Now they’re even weirder than Democrats, and that’s saying something…

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The New Girl

Because female corporate logos are under represented in the Glenbrook Basin.

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The Air Pirates Redux

A new documentary on my sometime partner in crime…

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Good Riddance

One less fascist in the world tonight…

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Happy Valentine’s Day

At a time when past presidents have come under fire, I offer this Valentine to show my appreciation for the good they did without denying their less honorable deeds. A pity they don’t feel the same way in some of … Continue reading

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