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Family History – Vietnam at the End

In 1975 my brother was in Vietnam. A few days ago I found one of my mom’s old photo albums. It is full of pictures of my brother’s family–Tomoko, George, Mari and mom. At the back of the album was … Continue reading

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English Exercise

Picked up several books at Camelot (used book store) today. Among them was Sue Grafton’s W is for Wasted. Looking at the list of her titles in the Kinsey Millhone series, I was reminded of an exercise I used to … Continue reading

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Father

—A friend of mine has just lost her father, Father By Ella Wheeler Wilcox 1855 – 1919     He never made a fortune, or a noise In the world where men are seeking after fame; But he had a healthy brood … Continue reading

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A View of History from a Science Fiction Perspective

History We call the time before the invention of writing pre-historic—history it seems comes from writing. Writing was first invented around six millennia ago. It appeared in China, India, Egypt and western Asia. People wrote on (in) clay, wax, wooden … Continue reading

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A Memory

Yesterday I received a postcard in the mail from my high school (Class of 1968) and decided to visit the website. It was a nice looking site and easy to navigate. The cross country team did well at Mt. SAC … Continue reading

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