I Carved A Bobcat For My Mom

My mother has always been a pet person. She has on more than one occasion bought a dog or cat without the consent of my father. I remember one day in school, I was at recess (probably in 1st or 2nd grade at the time), and my mom showed up holding a puppy. I asked […]

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Tear Down the Statues

Guest Post by my brother, Dave Bongiorno Many people are waking up to the fact that our “heroes of old” weren’t perfect.  There is outrage and demand to tear down statues of confederate generals, the founding fathers of the United States, Christopher Columbus, and pretty much any other historical figure with a marked past.  Anyone […]

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The Real Cost of Forgetfulness

Humanity has done a lot, haven’t we? We’ve discovered fire, the wheel, soap, created the combustible engine, put a man into space, created the computer, then found a way to communicate with other computers (which involves dropping a very large cable across the entire ocean floor, which still baffles me to this day), built structures […]

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