Judge Alec Brown passed away a few weeks ago. I was shocked, although I am not sure why; he was 93 years old. Perhaps it is because he seemed indestructible to me.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
Early morning call. Yesterday, even before that big orange orb that marks the beginning of another day had crested the Sierras, recently retired supervisor Ronn Dominici called me on my cell phone.
During my 10th year under the light of the sun, I decided there could be no better age to be. A child no more, I had two proud digits to express the number of my longevity.
“And God blessed them, saying be fruitful and multiply, and fill the water in the seas and let fowl multiply in the earth.”
— Genesis 1:22
A lot of people are interested in gun control these days, as well they might be, given the demonstrations of certain guns’ murderous efficiency to which we have been subjected in the past few weeks.
There may be some hope for we who are penmanship challenged.
Last Friday, the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) released its bulletin on employment status and educational attainment.