Monthly Archives: October 2014

Thoughts from the Outstanding Actress, Gena Rowlands

  Photo of Actress Gena Rowlands I am presently vacationing on Tybee Island near Savannah, Georgia. Yesterday, I attended the screening of actress Gena Rowlands’ latest film, “Six Dance Lessons in Six Weeks,” October 28, 2014, in Savannah. This is … Continue reading

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Why I Will Be Voting for Michelle Nunn for U. S. Senator from Georgia

I will be voting for Michelle Nunn for U. S. Senator from Georgia. I watched the entire Atlanta Press Club debate for U. S. Senator from Georgia on Sunday evening, October 26, 2014. It was blatantly clear to me that … Continue reading

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Politicians Need to Stay Out of Teachers’ Retirement Funds

Here is what I just wrote on Maureen Downey’s “Get Schooled” blog, regarding how inadvisable and wrong it is for politicians to think they can dictate how to invest TRS funds in Georgia: “Before politicians get involved in my pension … Continue reading

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The Reason I Considered No Longer Posting on the Blogs at the Atlanta Journal-Constitution

On October 5, 2014, I posted the following words on one of the blogs of the AJC in order to announce that I will no longer be posting my thoughts on all of the blogs at the AJC.  I do … Continue reading

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Why Football is Destructive to Americans

In response to the thread entitled, “Three high school football players died in the last week.  Should we reconsider football?” written by Atlanta Journal-Constitution columnist, Maureen Downey, I offered the following comments.  See Ms. Downey’s excellent article at the below link: … Continue reading

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