Author Archives: Stephen J. Gohmann

Stephen Hawking, The Media, Lawsuits, and Junior Mints

I don’t know what it is, but sometimes the planets come into alignment, the Hand of God reaches out to nudge the Universe one way or another, a Vulcan mind meld is applied irresponsibly, or perhaps humanity reaches an apex … Continue reading

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It’s Outrageous!!!!….And One Other Thought

A few days ago something happened that annoyed me. I forget what it was exactly but within minutes I realized my reaction to it was WAY inappropriate for the times. In case you haven’t noticed,  if you bother to watch … Continue reading

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Potty Break

It was one of those steaming hot summer days in the suburbs.  The pavement shimmered in the heat and the local swimming pools overflowed from the impact of countless cannon balls and belly flops. Looking forward to watching my son’s … Continue reading

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The Controversy Over Cursive

I’ve lived in the Great State of Illinois all my life. I use the modifier ‘Great’ for the purpose of distinguishing Illinois from other States known as ‘Not Great’or worse yet ‘Insignificant’ (e.g., Rhode Island).  I also use it because … Continue reading

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Trump & Obamacare Replacement – NADA!

Just feel like I have to put down my opinion on the premiere issue of today, Friday, March 25, 2017 – namely, the House vote on replacement of Obamacare. To put it bluntly, I hope the bill on the table … Continue reading

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Hey, lets BINGE! … (or not)

In retirement I frequently have a lot of time on my hands to do whatever I wish.  The rest of the time I do something else but I don’t remember what it was.   I recently and quite accidentally got … Continue reading

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A Recipe for Disaster

I’ve found that in retirement one has considerable time to think about many things. Some of these are really important, like whether or not a colonoscopy is affordable in this year’s budget. (Note:  See previous Post referencing this Procedure.  Comment … Continue reading

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