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Moore Random thoughts again

Father of the Bride: In my parents’ day, young men, often still teens, met young women, courted briefly, married, and then went off to war. In my day, we went to college, married shortly after college graduation, and fought our own […]

Moore Random thoughts again

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Father of the Bride: In my parents’ day, young men, often still teens, met young women, courted briefly, married, and then went off to war. In my day, we went to college, married shortly after college graduation, and fought our own […]

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Scientist vs. Cooper, Part 3

Rarely has a music fan like myself been blessed with the genuine friendship and kindness – and unparalleled access – to an artist of the stature of legendary sound

Rambling thoughts from the middle of the night

Yet another middle of the night spent wide awake with my mind filled with random thoughts. Here are just a few. Impeachment Polls: Even FOX News shows polling numbers that do

Must see travel destinations Part 2: French Polynesia and San Antonio

Continuing in the style established in Part One of this series I shall again present two wildly diverse destinations, both very unique and very enjoyable but both very different. 

Tony Chin’s historic, unstoppable career in music (part 2)

 Unstoppable, Historic Career in Music (The Interview: Part 2)  At the end of Part 1 of my interview of legendary guitar player Tony Chin, Tony recounted several never before published stories about

Las Vegas Massacre: Two years later and questions remain

LAS VEGAS — October 1, 2017 the worst mass shooting in modern America history occurred in Las Vegas, Nevada. In the aftermath, 58 Route 91 Harvest Music Festival attendees would

October Letters: Trump, Ukraine, teachers and beer

It’s October already and before you know it we will be up to our ears in candy, turkey, snow, and political nonsense. In other words, life as we know

Travel: Must-see destinations on Planet Earth (Part 1)

I have been blessed with the opportunity to visit six of the seven continents and 100 of the 195 countries on our planet. They all have merit, but if

Antonio Brown: Where does he land next?

The endless saga of Antonio Brown seems to be the only story out there with enough legs to match the nonsense that comes from the Oval Office. This time

Hong Kong is a magical gateway to the South China Sea

In 1966 I was a young man, a United States Marine in fact, aboard the USS Valley Forge LPH-8. Not exactly a Princess cruise ship mind you but it

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