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Columns
June 12, 2021
Why we feel skittish

We are the policeman of the world. We have the brightest, most innovative thinkers. This republic/democracy is the envy of the world. We have the most significant military. Bottom line, everybody wants to be an American. Ingenuity is the stalwart of capitalism and we are most successful at showing it. Well, that is the way […]

June 5, 2021
Violence...we just love it

Oooh, look, Popeye just smashed Bluto out cold. Fake cowboy guns, filled with exploding caps were all the norm. TV showed Indians ,and bad guys with black hats falling off horses by the scores. War movies kind of showed the brutality of combat, usually with the godless Japs and Jerries  finding due justice. All was […]

May 22, 2021
I guess I am a drug addict

Okay, I am 70 years-old and have more than my share of aches and pains. After 43 various operations, a bout with cancer, rheumatoid arthritis and a host of maladies. Yes, this body requires a great deal of help. This comes, of course, with myriad medications that supposedly boost, or aid in reducing pain, extending […]

May 15, 2021
The Energy thing

The debate begins, but the decision should be obvious. Now that just about every sane human being agrees climate change is real and carbon output must be curtailed, some on the right are hemming and hawing over how to handle the earth corruption. Former President Trump attempted to boost a dying coal industry, but large […]

May 1, 2021
Socialist dreams, or reality

Okay, don’t get your panties all in a bunch over the word ‘socialist’. It is not a new term, or one that should scare the bejesus out of you. We kind of define socialism as a way of organizing a society in which major industries are owned and controlled by the government rather than by […]

April 24, 2021
Why FOX News is Crap

Can media, any media, be completely unbiased? Once again, media is a human product, therefore imperfect, including the Times of Wayne County. Here is some more news for you. As a watcher, reader, listener,  we humans are also very imperfect, therefore biased by our very nature. Sure, we can pretend not to be biased, racist, […]

April 17, 2021
Heroes?

I am on a human quest to find and define a hero, my task taking many turns. Why are some municipalities, schools, down playing or removing names on buildings and parks, removing once-honored military monuments? Is there something afoot to denounce the once-hero status of men and women? Is deep scrutiny and second looks at […]

April 11, 2021
I am a Republican, just anti-current Republican Party

Last week as Wife Patti was preparing to mail out invitations to the Wayne County Republican ‘Chairman’s Club Dinner’, she informed me I would “not have to attend”. Wife Patti is one of the uppity-ups in the County Republican committee and  Chairperson for the Walworth Republican Committee. Gee, after many years of dragging me to […]

April 3, 2021
Braces

I was supposedly born into a middle class family in 1951, but by middle class, there had to be more of a definition. According to my second generation Eastern European mother, money was always tight. It was not uncommon to follow Ma around the shopping center that had two different grocery stores, Loblaws and Star […]

March 20, 2021
Texas Stupid

Texas, ahh, Texas...that big ole’ state with 10 gallon hats, chock full of dumb ass Republicans trying to hold onto their family jewels, while kicking anybody else in the balls. After the humiliating voter scare in the recent election, the Texas GOP and Governor are now launching an  avalanche of bills to curtail them thar […]

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Young, Beverly “Bev” (Deci)

HANNIBAL, NY: Beverly “Bev” (Deci) Young, age 83 of Hannibal, NY passed away on Thursday, February 2, 2023. She was predeceased by her parents, Frederick “Ted” and Florence Deci; brother, Eugene Deci; and sister, Dianne (Deci) Damerau. Bev is survived by her loving husband of 62 years, Dale Young; sons, Mitchell (Janet Haines) Young of […]

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O’Connor, Bernice Lucille Wilsey

SAVANNAH: Age 95, passed away unexpectedly on February 2, 2023 at home.  Bernice was born December 18, 1927 in Savannah, NY, the daughter of Hazel and Stanley Wilsey of Wilsey Road. Bernice was one of eight children.  Bernice was a graduate of Savannah High School. She married Charles O’Connor; together they raised six children. In […]

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