Munich 11 Postscript

It seems pressure remains high on IOC Chairman Jacques Rogge to honor the Munich 11.  I couldn't be gladder.  I am not deluded enough to believe he will bow to international opinion, but I am heartened by the attention the issue has received.In "Doing the Right Thing" and "Bearing the Torch", Ken Kovacs and I presented our own reasons we felt honoring the Olympians slain in Munich in 1972 was a societal and moral imperative.  We were far from alone in our pleas, and our voices joined many oth … [Read more...]

I Heart Chevrolet.

Someone listened!  They really did!!!  ME!!!  I changed the world!!!  WOOOOOOOOT!!!!!Okay, maybe I'm reaching here.  If my daily blog hits reach into double digits, I do a victory dance.  (No, I will not post a video of the victory dance.  It's enough that the people who have witnessed it in person are still running around in circles trying to poke out their mind's eye with a fork.)Last fall and winter, I did a good bit of blogging about gender issues.  Roles, stereotypes, perceptions, tr … [Read more...]


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