Monthly Archives: September 2016

TRUMP vs. JESUS

Driving around the county as I do every day, it is hard not to notice political campaign signs springing up everywhere like dandelions in the spring.  Usually every year at this time just before the leaves fall we see all … Continue reading

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Pardon the Interruption

I’m sorry there have been no posts for a week. I’ve been feeling under the weather but hope to resume writing soon.

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SO, ABOUT YOUR LETTER TO THE EDITOR (Vol. 2)

About Your Letter… is a weekly feature of PFT330.  Observations are culled from select letters to the editor published in newspapers in the 330 as well as the 216 and 412.  Two letters are high on my radar today. Sounding … Continue reading

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WEEKEND SHORTS

Weekend Shorts is a weekly feature containing brief observations on current topics. Is it just me or does it seem absurd that suburban shopping malls have been developed to look like downtowns when so many actual downtowns are in real … Continue reading

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THE EPICENTER OF GREED

This past weekend, the Penguins of Youngstown State University played a little tackle football inside the hostile confines of a place called Milan Puskar Stadium in Morgantown, West Virginia.  Puskar sort of rhymes with “push car,” something I did with … Continue reading

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SO, ABOUT YOUR LETTER TO THE EDITOR (Vol. 1)

About Your Letter… is a weekly feature of PFT330.  Observations are culled from select letters to the editor published in newspapers in the 330 as well as the 216 and 412.  In the beginning… L.F. wrote this in yesterday’s Youngstown … Continue reading

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FLOWERS FOR A MAN WITHOUT PANTS AND OTHER TALES

When I graduated from college with a degree in communications and did things like manage a multi-million dollar cable advertising interconnect, I never entertained even a drunken thought that an early chunk of my AARP years would be spent slinging … Continue reading

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