Indianapolis is a middle American city. Until I lived there, I never took it seriously. The bad news was that I was very prejudiced against it. The good news was that, being an Easterner, I knew that I was prejudiced against everything between Pennsylvania and the Pacific Coast states, with possible - but not definite, exception made for the city of Boulder, Colorado where some enlightened souls [yes, that means Hippies] had taken up residence during a spreading of the population of the…Continue
Posted on January 25, 2013 at 11:52pm — 2 Comments
He knows he is not the only O'Malley, but Zacheria is content. He delighted his parents by making it clear he planned on growing up to become a priest - a nice Catholic priest. His parents were pleased.
When he was a teenager, the girls were disappointed. He was friendly and kind and attractive. As long as they wanted him to behave like a gentleman it was nice, but when push came to shove and they wanted romance it became negative. Zach was not the only person to have that type…Continue
Posted on January 12, 2013 at 3:41am
The above is for those interested in a personal blog post.
Crime fiction. Hm. Well, as mentioned before, my preference is the old fashioned good triumphs over evil style but within that limitation I do not feel that every heroic person has to be like a comic book hero or heroine. I do love those, but I also like depth of character and diversity in…Continue
Posted on January 8, 2013 at 8:12am
When blogging, there are days when the first question is what to blog about. Today is that type of day. In real life, this is a re-playing a movie that I actually bought a copy of. My son was with me for the earlier part of the day. Right now it is dark out: it is 5:30pm local time. The Germans are like the English in that they kept the 24 clock after the world wars - weird that in the end they agreed about that...This involves a side issue about misunderstanding when using different…Continue
Posted on January 5, 2013 at 2:52am