On Columbus Day, Missy Aldritch Killed Her Husband George: The start to a crime fiction tale with dark comedic overtones. (Ver. 1.1)

6 May 2017 Crime Fiction

On Monday October 12, it was Columbus Day, and the day after her second wedding anniversary, Missy Aldritch killed her husband George, giving him a gut shot with her Sig Sauer and then a bullet to the head when he wouldn’t stop moaning and whining and asking why. Missy didn’t know why. She really wasn’t good at why. Finding out why. Or wondering why. He just wouldn’t shut up.

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Bad Retailing Practices: The Right Way, The Wrong Way, and The Martin’s Country Market Way

5 May 2017 Op-Ed

I preface the following remarks with this: I’ve been shopping at Martin’s Country Market for better than 25 years, and will continue to do so. This treatise is written as an op-ed expose and, for the grocery shopping populace, a caveat emptor for all grocery and retail stores. On a recent Monday, I was shopping at […]

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New Music Review : Labyrinth – Architecture Of A God

17 April 2017 Dangerdog Music Reviews

Labyrinth: Architecture Of A God Melodic/Progressive/Power Metal Frontiers Music 5.0/5.0 Missing in action for nearly six years has been Labyrinth, one of Italy’s seminal and leading progressive power metal bands. Yet, the musical muses at Frontiers Music were able to persuade founding members and guitarists Olaf Thorsen and Andrea Cantarelli, with frequent vocalist Roberto Tiranti, […]

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Turn Your Easter Ham Leftovers Into a Great Tasting Ham Salad Sandwich

17 April 2017 Recipes

I don’t eat much ham as it’s an over-processed food. Yet, it is an Easter (and for some, a Christmas) tradition, and sometimes that tradition means leftovers. After sending some home with family, I turn the leftovers into ham salad. Unfortunately, in my area, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, many homemade and store recipes call for hard-boiled […]

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Paleo Cajun Sausage Stew with Peppers, Onions, and Spinach

28 January 2017 Paleo Lifestyle

This recipe for Paleo Cajun Sausage stew is quickly becoming a favorite in our household. The ingredients are basic, the instructions simple. The batch is supposed to serve four, but my wife and I can easily gobble down two-thirds of the pot, with no guilt, of course. Don’t skimp on the pork sausage. Enjoy!

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