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Jan 20

Inauguration Day – 2017

Today Mr. Donald Trump transits from being President Elect to President.  Inauguration Day is always a historical event in this country, and today is no different.  Unfortunately there are too many people who are simply sore losers.  There are too many people who are incapable of putting partisanship aside and accepting the fact that Donald …

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Jan 06

An Alligator Named Charlie

When I was a boy, I had a pet, an alligator named Charlie. I only had Charlie for a brief period, perhaps a month or two. My Mother and I had philosophical differences on the keeping of an alligator as a pet, and more specifically, where I housed said alligator. She found it objectionable to …

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Jan 31

Jeffrey Blackwell – The Puppet Police Chief

Last week the Townehouse Phoenix provided insight to issues with regards to the current Police Chief of Cincinnati, Jeffrey Blackwell. It is not my intent to rehash the same talking points I discussed last week. The purpose of this article is to continue the ongoing saga of how Jeffrey Blackwell continues to mismanage the Cincinnati …

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Nov 02

Facebook and Politicians

About a month ago I reported in this blog on the social media acumen of the currently seated City of Cincinnati Council members and the two mayoral candidates. The point was to demonstrate if those politicians were aware of the reach of social media, and were they inclined to use it as a way to …

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Sep 28

There’s A New Chief In Town, Again!

Jeffrey Blackwell

On August 4th, 2011 I wrote a blog article reporting that the City of Cincinnati had a new Police Chief, James E. Craig. It is hard to believe just over two years later I am once again commenting on the fact that the City of Cincinnati Police Department has a new Chief. I am not …

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Sep 08

Bullying: Then and Now

cyber bully

I suspect bullies have been around since the beginning of time. There is nothing new ab out bullies or bullying. Some methods of bullying has changed as a result of technology, and I think as the result of technology we are more aware of the act. This, like a lot of things, are talked about, …

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Sep 02

Have A Mint!

Today I want to make a recommendation that will help release you from the chains of Windows. I want to suggest that your try Linux. For those who do not know, Linux is an alternate operating system that can be used in lieu of Windows. Why would I want to do that, one may ask? …

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Aug 24

Digital Clutter

Digital Clutter

I read an interesting statistic the other day and it got me to thinking about all the clutter thee is stored digitally. The statistic is that there have been over 220 billion photos uploaded to Facebook. I think one of my sisters is responsible for about half of them. When you consider that most photos …

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Aug 17

Bias Scandal Rocks City Hall

Council Chambers

Have you ever considered how important alphabetical alignment is to our daily lives? Since we have been small children we have been lined up alphabetically. We search a list most efficiently when items are listed alphabetically. We teach our children from a very early age how to recite the alphabet. In all the cases, all …

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Apr 27

A l Little Bit Country

In 1981 Barbara Mandrell introduced a song entitled “I was country when country wasn’t cool“. This song chronicled a shift in the American culture. Before then,m Country or Country and Western music wasn’t listened to by most and it was difficult to find Country music on the radio dial in many parts of the United …

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