Air-Minded: PASM Photoblog XIX

Here’s my latest photoblog from Pima Air and Space Museum in Tucson, Arizona, where I work as a volunteer docent. […]

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Bettie Page’s Other Hip

I realize now that survivors of horrors are all around us, not just older people but young people too, with stories that will help the rest of us put our lives in perspective, if only we ask them to share those stories with us. […]

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Tubac Car Show 2020 Photoblog

The annual collector car show on the golf course at Tubac was yesterday. So too was the annual Sunnywood Estates homeowners’ association meeting. On the agenda: the election of new board members … and I was a nominee. Guess which event I rode my motorcycle to? […]

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Dog Content

It gets my back up when people say dogs don’t have souls. If we have souls, so do they. […]

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Air-Minded: Aardvark

The F-111, which initially appeared to be one of the all-time military-industrial complex boondoggles, proved to be an effective low-altitude high-speed penetrating bomber, and has an extensive combat record. […]

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They Ask, I Answer

A couple of other examples from my own experience: I was born in southeast Missouri, where horses are harses, and lived for a year in northeast Montana, where the towns of Havre and Chateau are Haver and Shotto. […]

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Thursday Bag o’ Normalization

How is any of this normal? What is wrong with us that we want to pretend it is? […]

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Tuesday Bag o’ Scandal

Lest we forget, Hillary Clinton won nearly three million more votes than Donald Trump. American voters were ready for a woman president in 2016. I would say we’re even more ready in 2020 than we were in 2016 (but I think we’re going to get Joe Biden). […]

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