Some men just have to serve the country. We learn during this interview of Gordon Fullerton he went to extraordinary lengths to join the service shortly after Pearl Harbor was bombed, then found opportunities, and a whole lot of luck. Once on the path he served not just in World War II, but also Korea, … More Gordon Fullerton. Veteran.
It is 50 years ago. My sister and I sit on the Coca-Cola ice water chest in front of the Atlantic Richfield service station watching the cars emerge from the heat shimmers off the highway, then disappear into them again. It is about 100 degrees and really dry. Occasionally we have to get off … More Summers in Idaho
What is it about Everett, anyway? People are born here, live out their lives here and die here, never leaving, never seeing a reason to leave. This audio is about a lovely Friday evening in Everett, and commentary about the town and what we do here in the summer then segues into a commentary about … More What is it about Everett, anyway?
Instruction #85: Never encourage anyone to become a lawyer. … More Life’s Little Instruction Book
Much ink has been spilled about the Baby Boomer generation, but little has been written about how we somehow lack an ability that comes naturally to our children; the technology link. I have just spend a half an hour trying to link up with the phone company, a telecommunications company, to try to pay my … More Boomer Frustrations
Captains Log: Star Date 10.24.2014 aboard the Federation Starship SS Litigation . We have been directed to venture into a discretionary environment, The Family Law Nebula, to determine the current conditions of our local judiciary. Far too many years have passed of mandatory mediation. Judgment as to the discretionary bent of our local bench has … More The Family Law Nebula