First Day of School – 1950s Style

Columnist:  Bob Grafe One of the advantages of being a “senior” citizen is the ability to reflect back over at least a half-century of real time — and to finally be truthful about it! About 55 years ago, my fifth-grade elementary school teacher, Mrs. Rumbleheart, was welcoming her new class of students back to school […]

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Obama Has No Clue About Running America’s Business

On a recent Glenn Beck Show, he had a graph that illustrated the percentage of each past president’s cabinet who had worked in the private business sector prior to their appointment to the cabinet. You know what the private business sector is… a real life business, not a government job. Here are the percentages discussed […]

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Senior Citizen Businessmen Local Seguin Heroes

By:  Bob Grafe, Columnist © Seguin, TX –  There are wars and rumors of wars around the globe these days.  Most of them I personally don’t fully understand and I certainly have very little impact on their outcomes.   However, there is a little “unspoken” war going on that a few local senior citizens have […]

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FOX News Should Fire Talking Head Uma Pemmaraju For Cause

By:  Bob Grafe, Columnist © FOX News is beginning to look both foolish and ignorant in the presentation of their breaking news “facts” they purport to present.  The leader of the “Pack of Foolishness” is barely intelligible teleprompter reader Uma Pemmaraju. Her latest fiasco occurred during her recent so-called “interview” with Congressman Jason Chaffetz, R-UT who […]

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Every Minute In Life Counts!!

By:  Bob Grafe, Columnist © Did you know that you only have 10,512,000 minutes left to live?  That is correct if you are now a senior citizen age 65 and you expect to live to be age 85 – allowing for 20 more years of living.   Put another way, you have 7,300 more wake-up calls […]

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A 1950s Thanksgiving Lesson In Miss Rumbleheart’s Class

Bob Grafe, Columnist © Thanksgiving Day is a good day to reflect back on all of the many blessings each one of us has received in this life — especially for those of us old enough to recall both the good and the bad times and are wise enough to recognize the difference.   I […]

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