High-tech shaving creates a hairy situation
Gentle readers, serving my role of examining intellectually-stimulating topics, I’m compelled to address an issue that can enhance humanity as we know it.
Cameron a world class school
The Rev. Evan Dhu Cameron, were he alive today, would be proud of the institution that bears his name, even if he couldn’t recognize the place.
Piddling can leads to inspiration — sort of
Except for this fleeting reference, this column does not mention deranged cop killers, an East Coast blizzard or drought in the Midwest, the rising cost of gas, gun control, hacking the Bush family computers, French troops on the march in Mali or burning a witch in New Guinea.
Notebook clutter clean again
Odds and ends, bits and pieces and an opinion or two while cleaning another notebook that filled more rapidly than expected.
Celebrating technology that can be of great use
Women and men, boys and girls, and other humanoids living on the third rock from the Sun, greetings once again from 21st Century Technoman.
Dad’s annual letter to his son
Dear Grant, I thought seriously about ending my annual year-end letter to you after our move to Duncan. I assumed our transition here and the fact you’re now 10 years old provided a natural stopping point.
Vision clearly a blessing
I was sitting comfortably in the pre-op suite of the McGee Eye Surgery Center in Oklahoma City’s Harold Hamm Diabetes Center, awaiting what I hoped would be the final stage of a four-month odyssey to restore my vision.
A message of help for kids
John Croyle doesn’t pretend to be a saint. He isn’t even a preacher. But he can put life in perspective with a few raw, cold words that can turn your stomach before making you appreciate the simple things often taken for granted.
Opportunity great for Dennis Johnson
The selection of Duncan’s Dennis Johnson, Republican, District 50, as a majority leader in the upcoming 54th Oklahoma Legislature is good for Duncan, for Stephens County, for southwestern Oklahoma and for Oklahoma.
Surely we can survive mudslinging — can’t we?
Got into an email conversation a few days ago with a woman whose hobby is politics. She mentioned being “very pleased the November election cycle is over, because I couldn’t stand listening to anymore of the mudslinging.”
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