I was interested today to see an article in the Advocate about actor Ryan Phillippe. He describes in the article how his religious parents shunned him back in 1992 when he played a struggling gay teenager, Billy Douglas, on the ABC daytime soap opera One Life to Live ("OLTL"). I remember it well! It was … Continue reading Ryan Phillippe’s Groundbreaking Gay Role
◼︎PANDEMIC Over 10,000 people have died of COVID or complications stemming from COVID since Election Day. Trump has tweeted over 250 times, less than 5 tweets have addressed COVID. Right here and now simple steps can be taken to contain the problem and gain at least minimal control. Masks need to be encouraged and worn … Continue reading For-Profit Healthcare Fails the COVID Challenge
◼︎MY PERSONAL JOURNEY◻︎DAVID & ME It's been a beautiful Indian Summer weekend. David and I went out to Lakewood Park on Lake Erie, west of downtown Cleveland, to enjoy the sunset. https://videopress.com/v/LfGZuHFW?preloadContent=metadata Downtown Cleveland The bird high-rise apparently doesn't have cable. David took this panorama. His are always better than mine.
◼︎GUEST AUTHOR:◻︎TONY PRINCE Introduction As this is written on Thursday morning after Election Day, there's no winner yet. Ballot counting continues and it appears that Joe Biden will win both the popular vote and the Electoral College. I've believed for some time that Biden would win. I wasn't necessarily expecting a landslide as some were … Continue reading Why Almost 70 Million Voters Chose Trump
◼︎MY PERSONAL JOURNEY◻︎DAVID & ME Yours truly on the left, David right. Sunny walkable days are in dwindling supply with November now arrived. Today is blustery with a first snow predicted — and realized. Yesterday was bright and beautiful, so David and I spent some time in Cleveland Metroparks' Rocky River Reservation. It was brisk … Continue reading Life is a Walk in the Park