Monthly Archives: December 2019

Notes from Boomerville, ca 2000

I am a property owner in this place. It’s a humongous sprawling suburb in the global village, a hernia of history ballooning out of World War II.  Its mailboxes are now being stuffed with letters from the AARP, the governing … Continue reading

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Rare Hope for the Future: Greta Thunberg, Time Magazine’s Person of the Year

Today I turn 71. I’m afraid it’s a hard 71, too – I have not done my longevity any favors in the past, and it is not kindly disposed toward my future. One of the things I have noted fading … Continue reading

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