Some Bourne-again thoughts

Some Bourne-again thoughts

We could talk about politics this morning, but why bother? Our political system is out of control.  The haters, the bigots and the racists now control the GOP and the Democrats are offering a candidate that probably will win because she is not quite as bad as the insanity offered by the Republican side. So… Continue Reading

To millennials, sex is no longer cool

To millennials, sex is no longer cool

The Washington Post Tuesday published a report that sex, something that was and still is near and dear to my heart (and other parts of my body) is declining among millennials. Those born from about 1990 are more concentrated on work, video games and the pressures of modern life. The study says the number of… Continue Reading

Time to return…

This web site was one of my first, launched back in 1994, when I also started a political news web site and began hosting web sites for others. In recent months, it has been forwarded over to Blue Ridge Muse, a hyperlocal site that I write and photograph for in Southwestern Virginia. Now it’s time… Continue Reading

Where the hell is home?

Where the hell is home?

Turned down an offer late last year to pack up my cameras and hit the road for 13 months to cover the carnival called the 2016 Presidential election. Been there, done that (in previous election years). For many years, I kept a “go bag” packed by our door, ready to hit the road when needed… Continue Reading

It’s mall in the game

Amy and I moved to the National Capital Region in 1981, settling into a condo unit in the Virginia Square region of Arlington, Virginia. The metro area in and around Washington in 1981 was a little over three million, a large area when compared to our home in Alton, Illinois (just north of St. Louis)… Continue Reading