Monthly Archives: April 2013

The Pursuit of Justice

The one thing we all have in common as Americans is our pursuit of justice.  Ask a hundred people what their definition of justice is and you will get a hundred different answers.  I took a moment to look it … Continue reading

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Mad Men – The Flood

It’s Never Just Black and White Members of the rival ad agencies  SCDP and CGC are attending the ANDY awards, and surprisingly, the two who are nominated for their work are Peggy Olson and Megan Draper. Don still isn’t speaking … Continue reading

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reven8e – Identity

” A person’s true identity can often be difficult to discern, even to themselves, causing one to question their character, their calling, their very existence. For most, time gives clarity. For others, these questions remain unanswered. For an identify can … Continue reading

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Duck Dynasty – Aloha, Robertsons!

I just discovered the Robertsons and it’s already the end of their third Season – that’s the bad part.   This episode was about a trip they took as a family and it was nothing like the trips we’ve seen with … Continue reading

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Mad Men – To Have and To Hold

Love For Sale Executives from Dow Chemical are looking to the staff at SCDP for some damage control.   It seems that American students have been protesting the company’s presence on college campuses after seeing the injuries and deaths the Viet … Continue reading

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Boston Strong

I’ve loved the city of Boston since my classmates and I went on a school field trip to the city five decades ago.  My fondness for Beantown only grew when members of my family lived and worked there for a … Continue reading

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American Idol – Top Five – Birthdays and Divas

Welcome back Idol fans and casual readers. Last week after whatzizname was eliminated, I said that the competition can finally begin and boy, did it ever. 5 women remain and for the first time in 6 seasons, the winner will … Continue reading

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Mad Men – Season 6

Episode 1 – The Doorway – Let’s Get Metaphysical The 2 hour season premiere of Mad Men opened with, at first look, an inexplicable scene of someone having a heart attack while another man performs CPR.   We then see Don … Continue reading

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Running The Good Race

Many of us have seen the coverage on television and read the news stories about the horrific bombing at the finish line of the Boston Marathon.   I sorted through them in anticipation of writing something that might explain how I … Continue reading

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Omarosa

I tuned in to “Celebrity Apprentice All Stars” to see Omarosa.  I wanted to know if she’d changed at all from the first time we saw her, when CA was a brand new show and she became the most hated … Continue reading

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