Revisiting the Edges of Oddness

Posted by on Jun 30, 2010 in Measurably Better | 6 Comments

I am an individual. This is me . . . deal with it. Popular sentiments both.  Good axioms to live by, as well, as long as that is what you are really doing. I have found that on occasion – no – don’t let me lie – often  – when I hear  people using those […]

All the Way Left of Center

Posted by on May 12, 2010 in Measurably Better | 16 Comments

First of all I want to say congratulations to my blog scholars and a very hearty happy you are back to Ravis.  So glad the surgery went well. Always have to talk about the important stuff first. Now to my own personal nonsense and I do mean nonsense because it makes no sense to me: […]

Murph Church

Posted by on Jun 25, 2009 in Measurably Better | No Comments

I went to a gathering put together by Murph Community AME Church. It was a group discussing domestic violence, providing info and support. I was the keynote speaker. Spent some time writing my speech. Though I saw several hundred domestic violence cases every year when I was a judge in Cleveland, was on the board […]