Author Archives: Will S.

About Will S.

A nouveau Taurus, writing about my view of the world around me. From politics, to social problem, to public corruption, music and movies to pretty much anything I feel inspired to write.

Funny Travel Woes

Some things are kind of funny – funny strange and not funny haha. With the state of the country right now, plane fares and hotel rates are crazy sweet. I did a few random searches, and prices look so good … Continue reading

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SF Chinatown

When I was in high school, I took French for two years. Prior to this, I took an exploratory language class, which included general instruction in French, Spanish, Chinese, Japanese, and Portuguese. I sure could have used Chinese this past … Continue reading

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NCIS: New Orleans

Once in a while when I’m on vacation, I stumble upon a television show that I never previously watched. Well, it’s happened twice. The first time was back in 2004. When I vacationed in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic. I had … Continue reading

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It Wasn’t A Big Deal

It doesn’t take much to make people uneasy, especially when they are on an airplane. Let me tell you what happened on my recent trip to San Francisco. On my Delta flight, as the plane nosed up to lift off … Continue reading

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 What Is That?

Sometimes I make notes to myself to try and remind myself of one thing or another. That’s how I keep track of important things, like what I want to write here in this blog. I make lots of notes to … Continue reading

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The Golden Gate Bridge

When you read lists of wonders of the world, you’ll see several iconic things. The Golden Gate Bridge is not on the list. But, it sure ought to be. I visited the bridge on my vacation, and it’s breathtaking. It’s … Continue reading

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The Surgeon General of the United States

Antonia Novella, C. Everette Coop, and Joycelyn Elders wore the hat of  US Surgeon General when I was young. These individuals made a name for themselves, and I recall them vividly. They’re the only ones I recall clearly, though. Since … Continue reading

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I Completed My Census2020 Survey

I got my Census docs in the mail today. It took me only about seven minutes to complete. I was anticipating this; I wrote about it not long ago in a post titled, Big Brother is Watching. I can’t remember … Continue reading

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Déjà Vu

  Something just happened to me that also happened to my dad when I was a small child. I changed the ceiling light bulb in my kitchen. I replaced the bulb, put the light cover back over the light fixture, … Continue reading

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What, Me Worry?

Alfred E. Neuman was the face of a favorite of mine, Mad Magazine, when I was a kid. I even had a subscription for a long time. It’s still around in some form today, but it isn’t the same. Neuman … Continue reading

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