A season of seasonings
7/1/2018 01:07:42 pm
This wasn't one of my favorites. Too much commingling of thoughts. While I agree with most points, I thought there was a lot of rambling and lack of organization that I didn't see in previous writings which were good!!!
7/1/2018 02:01:21 pm
I am sorry this didn't meet your standards. I will redouble my efforts in the coming week. FMI, which points did you agree with?
7/1/2018 10:11:42 pm
I like the musings
7/1/2018 11:15:39 pm
Michael-this was fun to read. I’ve been “working” (said through gritted teeth) with customer service at AT&T for the last two weeks. Every time I call they ask me what number they can call me back in if we get disconnected. They are my wireless carrier and they know my number. It belongs to the same frustration as #3 above.
7/2/2018 08:01:29 am
Thank you! I've been wondering for years why the "public" restrooms in my Downtown banks offices, my law firm's offices, etc. require a key or combination after I've already been deep cavity searched and profiled on the main floor of the building? Come to think of it, perhaps there ought to be a specific code to input at each elevator bank to proceed up to the offices in the first place? On the other hand, could it be that entering the code to the restroom door actuates the video cameras in the stalls? Loads of laughs at the annual office Christmas party.
7/2/2018 09:34:03 am
Michael, I thought your first point on "Gastronomical Summer" was very clever and I would have enjoyed an entire article on just that subject! One of your subscribers mentioned too much "commingling of thoughts." Each of your points was valid and interesting, but focusing on just one of these gems per article, I believe, would give your thoughts more power and draw in your readers ever closer.
7/2/2018 05:23:22 pm
I like it, but how did you come up with? 7.Now that I'm woke. You an Okie now?
7/4/2018 01:55:26 pm
Michael, you are so right about blaming the performance. The first live theater performance that ever attended, was when my parents took me to see South Pacific, at the old CBIC Theater in Chicago.
7/4/2018 03:58:08 pm
You had the advantage of being young and miserable. I am old and miserable, so the theater people say it's my own fault.
7/25/2018 02:04:50 pm
I'm swooning: You have working knowledge of passive voice.
7/25/2018 05:02:11 pm
A working knowledge is nice, although it would have been even nicer to have possessed a passing knowledge in high school.
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