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Vol. 1, Issue # 126 * – Wednesday, November 18, 2020 – Published by LifeCraft Media, LLC – “awe, I wasn’t gonna say bitch… I’m talking about Black Lassie, a Great American Dog” (Cheech and Chong)

Off The Cuff: “Your best help is at the end of your arms.” A saying. Another foretelling quote; “I can tell your future, look what’s in your hand.” (Robert Hunter)

In Other Words: Moving is a pain, unless you are an experienced camper, especially a backpacker, then moving is just part of the process.

Perspective: There is no such thing in 2020 as an unbiased news service. No such thing.

OP ED: After listening to CBS recently, I am steadying myself for an Obama Tsunami, which may or may not be better than a Pelosi Tsunami.

Decisions: Trade-offs?

Lines: from Endgame, by Samuel Beckett

“I use the words you taught me. If they don’t mean anything any more, teach me others. Or let me be silent.” 

Nature Shots:

What else you gonna do at high tide?

After four days of moving our home, I’m hoping day five is better…

Thanks for dropping by…

“Dance of the Planets” from Beside Solanum by Razbaque Dirge. Released: 2013. Genre: urban. cc 4.0 license

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