Breaking The Generational Chain

The Perfect Family? When I was a young chap, there was no order. My birthmother was 23 when she had me, her 7th child (She would go on to have 2 more). She started having babies while she was still a teenager and never was able to grow up. She also never had a husband,... Continue Reading →

2018 Year in Review

Personally speaking, 2018 has been a huge year of growth for me. "Growth" is defined differently for everyone and for me, today, growth is knowledge. This year I learned so much about myself and about life, thanks to a series of events that were thrust upon me. I could go back into my calendar and... Continue Reading →

Walking Tall

Last week I was at the Jack White show at the WaMu (Century Link) venue. These day's Jack White's shows are hit and miss. Don't get me wrong, Jack is special and you are going to be blown away when you see him, but when he went solo, he started to get a little soft.... Continue Reading →

The Elusive Calzone

Newport Beach, California, 1987. I had just finished a surf at 54th street and starvation ensued. We parked by the famous Frog House and sauntered into an establishment that served up what would be the best Calzone I have ever had in my life! I am sure that my starvation played a key role in... Continue Reading →

I Agree With Marshawn Lynch

Former Running Back for the Seattle Seahawks (current RB for the Oakland Raiders), Marshawn Lynch, has gained notoriety for dodging the media. Time after time he would ignore the media's self-serving questions and remain silent. The few times he would speak, he would often say, "I'm just bout that action boss." His statement says a... Continue Reading →

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