Monthly Archives: February 2015

Jury service shakes up daily routine

In my imagination, I’m a go-with-the-flow kind of guy. When the unexpected happens, I quickly adapt. I admire adventurers and undercover operatives who throw themselves into dangerous, uncharted situations and find a way to improvise new game plans. One of … Continue reading

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Self-acceptance helps when painting a room

  Age has brought a touch of patience. I took the cabinet door off before I started painting the small upstairs bathroom. In my first two houses, I painted over hinges, telling myself the overall new look would far outweigh … Continue reading

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Cousins has little to gain from game plan of new Kings coach

“He might be our best passer.” That’s what George Karl, the new coach of the Sacramento Kings,  said about DeMarcus Cousins, according to this morning’s Sacramento Bee.  Karl was talking about his plan to experiment to see how to best … Continue reading

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Competition, equality and riding the bench

At Braddock Park, the playground in Queens where I learned so many life lessons, you had to earn your way onto the big-guys court. The rule was that winners stayed on the court. No one wanted to be saddled with … Continue reading

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Kings coach Corbin shows more class than his bosses

  If you can keep your dignity and decency while those around you are acting like jerks and low-lifes, then you’re  — Tyrone Corbin, the coach of the Sacramento Kings. Corbin has shown class under fire while Kings primary owner … Continue reading

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