Month: August 2019

Cal Western 38—U of Mexico 6

My first year at Lomaland Drive on Point Loma, San Diego, California was 1962. I transferred to California Western University from Pepperdine when the Waves dropped their Football Program. So I was a member of the last team coached by Pence Dacus. Cal Western was affiliated with the Methodist Church and the school’s President, Dr. …

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Blue Panties in Paris

Our flight to London from Paris was delayed. I was there with my wife, Anne, on our return flight home after 16 days in Rome then Paris. The delay stretched out for 5 hours. We were in Orly Airport where the terrorist was killed in May of that same year, 2017. We waited on the …

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When Worlds Collide

What happened on that day, August 24, 2038 that was unexpected? Maybe it was all of it… My 100th birthday and I’m still alive. Well, just for today. If you had seen me riding “Red Rocket”, my 1000cc Kawasaki naked bike back when I was a young 75 in 2013, would you think I would …

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The IRS Won’t Answer

The IRS is quick to send bills and slow to answer calls but they are always open to taking money from you. Yesterday, I had an appointment with Erin Barnett, IRS Employee Number 1000705562, at the Federal Courthouse in Spokane, Washington. It was difficult to schedule the meeting which took a lengthy phone call to …

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It Is Just a Band-Aid

But a Band-Aid when you need a major operation can kill you. The NEW TAX LAW, which passed Congress in June, was signed into Law by President Trump on July 1, 2019. Damn! The title tells us all it really is: Taxpayer First Act.   It is another “Nice Try”. We need “America First”. America needs …

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