Archive for November, 2009

“We’ve Only Just Begun” – To Tell the Truth

Last month a Carpenter’s greatest hits compilation CD called “40 40” was released. The “40 40” stands for 40 songs, of which the first was recorded 40 years ago. I liked their music for the most part (“Close to You” being the exception.) The Carpenters played on the soundtrack of my ‘salad days.’ The best […]

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Arianna Huffington: 2nd FuchsiaWoman Award Recipient

One of my favorite internet sites is the Huffington Post because of its comprehensive coverage and commentary in a wide range of topics. Thanks to founder and blogger extraordinaire, Arianna Huffington, the Huff Post presents the most truthful version about what’s happening in America, IMHO. I look forward to reading it everyday. And when I […]

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Gone Shopping…

Hi ho, hi ho, it’s off to the mall I go!

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A Thanksgiving Story

Before I started fourth grade, my Mom moved us from Palm Desert back to Garden Grove—same house and same school. But now we had a dog that lived with us instead of my Dad. This was the start of the inane every-other-week-end/six-weeks-in-summer shuffling from house to house routine that kids of divorce must endure. This […]

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No Respect = No Customers = No Business

I have a theory that customer service is dead in America. I have dozens of personal examples as proof. Here is one of them. Yesterday I did my Thanksgiving shopping at Trader Joe’s. I picked that store because it was the anniversary of my friend Lorrie’s death and TJ’s was one of her favorite stores. […]

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Protected: In Memoriam to My Beautiful Friend Lorrie

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Protected: Me, My Bro & Barnes & Noble – More Freak-Out Tales from O.C.

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Protected: Me, My Dad, My Bro & Calif. Pizza Kitchen: More Freak-Out Tales from O.C.

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Protected: Me, My Dad, & Macy’s: More Freak-Out Tales from O.C.

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Protected: Me, My Dad & the Apple Store: Freak-Out Tales from O.C.

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