‘You came back! Why? A woman like you!! To a place like this?? Why?” Those of you who don’t know that line should be ashamed. It’s a riff on Eli Wallach’s demise as the bandit chief in “The Magnificent Seven”…. Read More ›
Month: March 2014
In the spirit of clichés that pop out of the mouths of Our Heroes with alarming frequency, despite the fact that they have become standing jokes for the audience (apparently nobody mentioned this to the script writers), our personal favorite… Read More ›
On a pond on a sunny summer’s day, on a shiny pond on Cape Cod, a gaggle of Canada geese came to visit.
Maybe I should just give up, but I spent my career writing material to help folks use complicated equipment and sometimes very obscure software. I should probably start by mentioning that I’ve fought this battle for long years … and was… Read More ›
Autumnal equinox in the northern latitudes. September. A week in Ogunquit, Maine. A tiny place but close to the beach and the river. Quiet this time of year. Most tourists are gone, now, so the streets aren’t crowded. There is… Read More ›