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What thoughts are worming their way through my brain? Well, there's no telling. But if it's interesting to me, there's a good chance it will appear on one or more of my social media feeds.

Facebook (No Russians were involved with the creation of this site.)

Twitter (My character in 280 characters.)

• Instagram (My pictures are only worth 100 words.)

• LinkedIn (It turns out I'm six connections separated from Kevin Bacon.)

• Pinterest (No cupcake recipes. No hairstyles. Just guy stuff.)

• (More of the same about me, but I'm OK with that.)


• Goodreads (iNow read these on my iPad.)

Blah blah blogs

The first time I heard the word "blog" I had no idea what it was. A blue dog, maybe. Then I realized it was a place to write stories, and I was all about being a blogger. I like writing stories, and here was my opportunity, non-vetted, open and free. No bloody editors, no limits on length, no subject restrictions. It was perfect, because I truly believe that everybody's entitled to my opinion. Here was my venue to voice it. Or venues. Most people have a blog; I have four. Five if you count my efforts at Xavier. I can't help myself.

  • Waffles At 10,000 Feet: A look at my voyages to Jackson Hole and my quest to eat at Corbet's Cabin, restaurant 10,000 feet atop Rendezvous Mountain that specializes in—you guessed it—waffles.

  • What I've Learned About Life: A list of 50-plus things I've learned (I hope) about life. I put this together for my 50th birthday.

  • What I've Learned About Religion: A list of 50-plus things I've learned (I hope) about religion. I put this together for my 50th birthday.

  • It Seems to Me: Stories about life, death, people, places, things, whatever it seems to me would be interesting to write about.

  • Letters From the Editor: A collection of online columns from my days as editor at Xavier University.