Monthly Archives: January 2014

Stuck in Traffick

I used to have a half-hour commute to work.  Most of that drive was on the Cleveland Memorial Shoreway, aka “The Shoreway”, which was comprised of Ohio Route 2, US Routes 6 and 20 and Interstate 90.  Since I drove … Continue reading

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A Hijacked Legacy

As Martin Luther King, Jr. Day approaches each year, we are reminded by the media of the legacy King left.  His message of racial equality is highlighted and discussed in churches, schools and civic meetings all over the world.  King … Continue reading

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A New Year’s “Revolution”

I’ve made New Year’s “resolutions”.  The problem with the word “resolution” is it comes from the Latin root word “resolvere” from which we get our word “resolve”.  To resolve is to decide firmly upon a course of action.  My resolutions … Continue reading

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