Monthly Archives: November 2012

Wibbage vs. Geator with the Heater

When I was a kid growing in Philly, the Main Main on AM radio was Hy Lit (R.I.P.)  WIBG … Wibbage … Hy was known for his smooth voice and incredible talk-ups to songs.  He gave social advice to teens, … Continue reading

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Loving Veterans on One Day in November and Always

Just saw this on Facebook today.  A beautiful sentiment, so I am adding it in tribute to our son, Elliot, for his service to our country.

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Hell Hath No Fury …

The British word of the year according to the Oxford English Dictionary is omnishambles, defined as a situation characterized by a string of blunders and miscalculations.  The detail and intrigue behind the blunders and miscalculations by people in high places … Continue reading

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Moves Like Jagger!

 

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Philip Roth Has Quit Writing (or is it his Doppleganger again?)

I’m not entirely sure what first attracted me to Philip Roth as a writer, but everything about him spelled intrigue.  I was convinced that his first name should have been spelled with two “L”s, then learned that his might be … Continue reading

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Searching For A Silver Lining

It was the old school Randall Cunningham/Reggie White green helmet with silver cloud embedded that first caught my eye in a little bookstore in Seattle four years ago.  I enjoyed the book immensely, centered as it was around a family’s … Continue reading

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Does America Owe Its Origins To A Jewish Accountant?

His name appears in many variations – Abarbanel, Abrabanel, Abarvanel, and his full name Don Isaac Abarbanel, immortalized by Shlock Rock’s take on Barbara Ann, sacrilegious though it may be.  I Couldn’t find BobberAnn on it’s own, so you’ll have … Continue reading

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It’s Ethan’s Kinda Town For A Second Birthday

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While Some Questions Are Answered, Others Remain

As the clown portends mystery when entering the “fun house”, we had impressions of our Jersey Shore place from reports and pictures through friends and media, but uncertainty as to the range of fright over damage to our surround mixed … Continue reading

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Is The Electoral College In Need of Educational Reform?

Pardon me if you find this offensvive, but the Electoral College seems to be in need of reform.  By that I mean, a re-formulation.  I don’t know that we need to take a step as drastic as suggested by Greg … Continue reading

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