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Talk in the Raturday Night Café and the Google search it inspired.

Click to enlarge and clarify...Here's a link to last night's café."Marriage is the death of hope" brings up webpages that purport to quote Woody Allen. I'm dubious. "Marriage is the death of romance" gets me to some boring relationship advice plus the assertion that it's the translation of a Chinese proverb:I'm dubious. It used to be very common to hear characters on TV (often in ads) say "Ancient Chinese wisdom" (in a fake Chinese accent) followed by something in the form of a proverb (almost a...
Tags: Google, Hope, Marriage, Law, China, Atlanta, George Carlin, Paris, Boxing, Theater, Jackson, Woody Allen, Muhammad Ali, Fake, Ali, Evey


Hostage Rescue

Two candles lit the room. They had started the night as full length candles, but had burned down to mere stubs that wouldn’t be lit in another fifteen minutes. Of the eight people gathered around the table, two of them desperately wished that the candles would stay lit longer. They had been given until the candles ran down to convince the others to help them. So far, five of the six had agreed to help, but the one man they needed more than anyone was still on the fence. Buckley Stubbins was an ...
Tags: Books, Weapon, Annie, Bill, Vietnam, Sarah, Movies & Stories, James, Evelyn, Reggie, Rachel, Buckley, Marty, Zechariah, Tyler, Beth


There’s always something

Friday morning there was still no yarn, and I snapped. Jen lives near a nice yarn shop (The Purple Purl, if you’re in the hood) and she needed to stop in there for some some emergency yarn, and I thought that if she was going anyway and the yarn wasn’t here anyway, and given that Jen was coming over here that evening to do gingerbread with her kids, that the smart thing to do was to have her trot a little replacement yarn over here. There was no way I was starting the knitting rumpus of a weeken...
Tags: Crafts, Uncategorized, Joe, Jen, PURL, Evey, JUL


Redlands teens advocate in Sacramento for homeless youth services

Evey said they have already started looking for a home for victims of human trafficking and will probably purchase a home in San Bernardino by the end of the year. Evey said that one of the teens who went to advocate in Sacramento had to sleep in her car for her first semester attending college. Deatherage said the trip was life changing and he plans to continue advocating for homeless youth and has enrolled at Crafton Hills College. "I really didn't have anyone to go to talk to," said Deatherag...
Tags: Sacramento, San Bernardino, Redlands, Evey, Deatherage, Crafton Hills College