January 19, 2017

It was pretty simple to us, 30+ years ago. Don’t judge, but it was kind of tribal. You were an athlete, or you were other. Others included front-row/never-get-in-trouble kids, burn-outs (who we called “rampers”, since they congregated at this ramp at Rye High that’s no...

January 11, 2017

Jimbo wasn’t much of a walker. So in the years before he was old enough to drive, I’d hoof it over to his place and we would mount up on this old tandem bike that the Josephsons had . I don’t know it’s history, but we gave this bike some serious new life. We went all o...

January 11, 2017

We all have such a story. This is Jimbo’s & mine. Not sure how it was before Marc was out of the house, but 110 Allendale drive had a kind of oddball railroad configuration of two bedrooms as part of the upstairs. Tombo had the back 40, Jimbo was up front, closer to th...

January 11, 2017

Once upon a time, high school kids weren’t forced at the point of a righteous bayonet to perform community service. And (brace yourself ) in those same dark days it was also perfectly acceptable to have gender-restricted organizations. At the intersection of those two...

January 11, 2017

WWJD? Stands for “What would Jesus do?”. When those soft rubber bracelets were a new & novel thing – ones etched with WWJD? were pretty common. They were intended to make the wearer more mindful to be nice, turn the other cheek, that sort of thing. Great. But at this m...

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