Category: The Big 55

“Since June 2016 (Very Bizarre)”-A Poem from the Ordinary Joe

Posted by OrdinaryJoe - June 10, 2017 - Features, Poems, The Big 55, Writing
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Thomas Hawk via Foter.com / CC BY-NC I’m back! Thanks to Al Tureegogh for holding down this fort while I took a little break from the soapbox. I didn’t go anywhere but I thought it was time for Tureegogh to blather some words of wisdom or wisdumb if you prefer. At the end of June, […]

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A Loss for Words

Posted by OrdinaryJoe - July 2, 2016 - Features, Music, Politics, Sports, The Big 55
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Pierre Metivier via Foter.com / CC BY-NC My blogging vacation is over, and it is time for me to get up on my trusty ol’ soapbox. Trouble is, I am at a complete loss for words. Maybe it is because of politics. Perhaps no other time in my lifetime have I have seen a political […]

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Happy Birthday to Me!

Posted by OrdinaryJoe - June 23, 2016 - Features, The Big 55
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3liz4 via Foter.com / CC BY-NC-ND I am still on my vacation from blogging, but I want to take this opportunity to wish myself a happy birthday! I may not be getting bolder, but I am sure becoming older. Joe’s Maybe Memorable Quote of the Day Birthdays are a lot like Christmas except that Santa […]

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55 and a Fond Farewell

Posted by OrdinaryJoe - June 4, 2016 - Features, Politics, Space, Sports, The Arts, The Big 55
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sergecos via Foter.com / CC BY-NC Unlike Sammy Hagar, I can drive 55, although that is not advised when you are driving on the interstate with an eighteen wheeler tailgating you. And in three weeks, I will turn 55. I feel so old just saying I will be 55. In just a decade, I will […]

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