Monthly Archives: December 2012

Dunkin Donuts Night

Yesterday I learned that Dunkin Donuts intends to market and sell gluten free donuts.  This is hard to imagine given the fact that I view DD glazed donuts and chocolate munchkins as a sugar and carb-coated version of crack cocaine. … Continue reading

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Riddle Me This: About Soldier Suicide and PTSD

(Unfinished Draft) Riddle me this:  How is the Pentagon and the military top brass like Psychiatrists and the AMA (American Medical Association)? Tough one, right? Here’s the answer. They both think that there is a physical, mechanical or biochemical solution … Continue reading

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CaptCliff on the New Year

As you know I love to give my pompous over-educated opinion on numerous topics, mostly to show how nimble my mind is compared to my aging and rapidly deteriorating body. The verb “to shrivel” does not do justice to the … Continue reading

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Dont Say No…It’s the End of the World

Well I was there, in Tulum Mexico today, EXACTLY on the day and time (plus or minus 2 hours) of the so called Mayan Apocalypse. The 97 tourists a certain HuffPost journalist talked about “behaving badly” on sacred Mayan ground … Continue reading

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CaptCliff on Vacation Destinations

Baby Boomers, the quintessential travelers are always looking for interesting places to go. Instead of backpacks we now carry high-end but functional luggage, you know, the kind of stuff that people in Boulder, Colorado would buy and use if they … Continue reading

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Cannibalism: Sharpen Your Mind and Your Cutlery

Cannibalism: Sharpen Your Mind and Your Cutlery by Cliff Mazer, Ph.D.   In an attempt to shore up my self-image as an intellectual, I ordered the book, Cannibalism: Human Aggression and Cultural Form by Eli Sagan from Amazon.com (gently used/nibbled … Continue reading

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