A New Home for The Worthington Post

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Dear amazing readers and friends,The Worthington Post is moving to a bigger house!Here's the deal - For four years I've been nurturing this writing thing, and 2+ years ago it turned into this blog here on WordPress.com.  It allowed me to write what I want, when I wanted, cost me $0, and kept it simple.  That last part is huge for me, I might add.  I never got into the notion of moving it over to WordPress.org, which would allow me to have ads and other monetary transactions (like, if I ev … [Read more...]

I’m Still Here…and There, and There, and Sometimes Over There…

Hello, people!I realize it might seem I go dormant for a couple of weeks on the blog, but I assure you that's not the case.  Except for when it is.  But really, at the moment, it's not the case.Sometimes I'm published other places, and sometimes I get paid for it, and other times I don't, and sometimes if I publish something HERE, that makes it so I can't publish it somewhere else, etc.  Sooooooo, I will do my best to remember to direct you guys to other places who have the wisdom and go … [Read more...]

Four More Years…Please?

I want Barack Obama to continue as our president for the next four years.  "Oh, my goodness, I am SO SHOCKED to hear this!" said no one who has met me ever.Reasons range from shallow to profound, and from micro-specific to enormously broad.  Let's start with the obvious.1.  Obama is a friend of groups who have historically been ignored, dismissed, abused and refused basic rights of equality.He signed the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act into law.  This broadened the ability of those (mo … [Read more...]

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...]


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