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I'm nothing if not an anomaly.
Interests: movies, photography, tournament bridge, reading. reading. reading., writing & editing bridge publications, mr. mollo - my cockatiel
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Happy birthday! Hope you enjoy your youth and family and all that life offers, Keith.
Toggle Commented Apr 8, 2014 on Aging and Old Age at Keith Burgess-Jackson
As a Jew, my times in church are very limited. Weddings, funerals, etc. But frankly, my time in a synogogue is pretty much the same. From the time I was roughly 8, I couldn't figure out why everyone thought their own religion was "the 'right' one" - as I knew that everyone could not be correct! Though when younger I saw far more negative associated with religion than positive, now I feel it is more neutral. Religion can be used as a force for good - or - not. It is up to the people practicing it, and their specific beliefs. As a proponent of 12 steps for over 12 years now, I do believe in a power greater than myself. But, I do not need to enter a house of worship to be grateful for spiritual assistance nor think about it. That being said, unlike some, I am not the least bit critical of those who receive comfort and satisfaction from their religion. And this much I know for certain: I am very glad that, Keith, that you were able to find Katherine and have her as an integral part of your life. If going to church helps to enhance your marriage and life - I'm most supportive of your high attendance!
Toggle Commented Apr 5, 2014 on Church at Keith Burgess-Jackson
The brother of the first real estate client I ever had wrote the screenplay. I haven't had a chance to see the film yet. But - looking forward to it reaching the cheapie (yet nice) theatre I usually utilize!
Toggle Commented Mar 15, 2014 on Film at Keith Burgess-Jackson
Great shot, Professor!
Toggle Commented Feb 12, 2014 on Atlanta to Miami at Keith Burgess-Jackson
JUST beautiful! And utterly NOTHING AT ALL like it is here in the frozen tundra!
Toggle Commented Feb 1, 2014 on Roto Ergo Sum at Keith Burgess-Jackson
Couldn't agree with you more about Martin Luther King, Jr - fortunately for us. As for our need only to open your eyes, Richard.
Toggle Commented Jan 21, 2014 on MLK and BHO at Keith Burgess-Jackson
Not sure exactly how old I was - but I was a small child. I think that the first time I flew was with my family to Florida for a vacation. Back then (in the Dark Ages!) flight was fun and exotic and elegant. Passengers were treated like royalty. Although it's wonderful that flying is available to so many today, I still often think wistfully of the times when getting on a plane was a most special adventure.
Toggle Commented Dec 19, 2013 on Flight at Keith Burgess-Jackson
Alas. These are not from The Onion - they are from our federal government. If we don't have a ton of people who are really really really upset about that - then we are in deep doo doo (to use the technical term).
Toggle Commented Nov 19, 2013 on ObamaCare at Keith Burgess-Jackson
Just Rush's sense of humor, Professor. Something utterly lacking in this president.
Toggle Commented Nov 16, 2013 on The Limbaugh Theorem at Keith Burgess-Jackson
Translation: The president lied and the masses fell for it. We know what's good for you and by God - whether you like it or not - you're stuck with what we think you oughta have. Free choice? Abortion only.
Toggle Commented Nov 16, 2013 on From Today's New York Times at Keith Burgess-Jackson
The press is a mountain to climb. I contend that is the biggest hurdle conservatives and libertarians face in winning elections.
Toggle Commented Nov 12, 2013 on Politics at Keith Burgess-Jackson