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February 18, 2021

Volume 51 - No. 07

By Friedrich Gomez

Over 33-million Americans have experienced what is known as “outof-body experiences” (or OBE), according to Medical News Today. That’s over 10% of the entire population of the United States, a significant portion of people which makes it increasingly difficult for science to ignore, or relegate OBE to over-active imaginations.

In short, OBE is a phenomenon that refuses to go away.

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EVENT OR EXPERIENCE? Outof-body experiences (OBE) is a recognized phenomenon during which a person experiences leaving their physical body and often perceiving the physical world around them – sometimes seeing themselves below from a different angle or height. OBE is an unexplained phenomenon that has intrigued and fascinated humanity for centuries, permeating not only the scientific community but also inspiring folklore, mythology, as well as spiritual and religious beliefs. WHAT CAN TRIGGER OR

CAUSE OBE? One particular form of OBE is called Near Death Experience or NDE. As its name implies, NDE may be triggered when an individual experiences a near-death event (which many combat soldiers have recorded), as well as from cardiac arrest survivors, to cite just two examples. NDE can also trigger an out-ofbody experience when a patient “flat-lines” on the operating table or is momentarily considered to be “brain dead.” Often the patient

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alleges to be floating above and watching their own operation below. Many near-death experiences are difficult to dismiss, especially when the patient is able to recall detailed descriptions of their own operation as they view themselves unconscious and motionless below.

Equally difficult to explain by current scientific criteria, is when a patient on the operating table recalls floating out into the hallway and later gives precise clothing

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descriptions (including styles and colors) of specific relatives just arriving in the Waiting Room.

Contrary to popular belief, neardeath experiences do NOT always involve experiencing or seeing a “bright light at the end of a tunnel.” BRAIN-DEAD PATIENT HAS OUT-OF-BODY EXPERIENCE. One of the most celebrated and scientifically documented cases of OBE involves famous singer-songwriter Pam Reynolds, who has recorded music with the greatest names in pop music, including Bruce Springsteen, Pearl Jam, and REM. Something mysterious and shocking suddenly happened on a very hot August day back in 1991.

As Reynolds recalls in her very own words: “I was in Virginia Beach, Virginia, with my husband. We were promoting a new record. And I inexplicably forgot how to talk!” In addition to losing her ability to speak, and having dizzy spells, she also found it difficult to move certain parts of her body. An MRI revealed an aneurysm on her brain stem.

It was already leaking, making it a ticking time bomb!

Give Us This Day Our Daily Chuckle This week, a compendium of wit, wisdom and neat stuff you can tell at parties. Enjoy! Poor Brad

Brad lived in California. He was a lifelong environmentalist. He was sick of the world; of Covid-19, Brexit, Russian belligerence, global warming, racial tensions, and the rest of the disturbing stories that occupy media headlines.

Brad drove his car into his garage and sealed every doorway and window. He got back into his car, selected his favorite music and started the car.

Four days later, a worried neighbor peered through his garage window and saw him in the car. She notified the emergency services and they broke in, pulling Brad from the car. A little sip of water and, surprisingly, he was in perfect condition .

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Her best hope was brain surgery at the Barrow Neurological Institute in Arizona. The surgeon, Dr. Robert Spetzler said: “The aneurysm was very large, which meant the risk of rupture was also very high.” During the delicate procedure, Pam Reynolds’ body temperature was lowered to 60-degrees Fahrenheit. As the blood commenced draining from her head, her breathing and heartbeat suddenly stopped.

Her eyes were closed with tape, and small ear plugs with speakers were placed in her ears, making it impossible for her to hear or see. The 35-year-old Reynolds was under close medical monitoring during the entire operation. During a portion of the operation, she had no brain-activity. And no blood flowing in her brain, which rendered her, “clinically dead.” Then, something most unexpected and scientifically unexplainable happened at the operating table!

The famous music songwriter, Pam Reynolds Lowery from Atlanta, Georgia, would suddenly make medical history!

She began to experience a neardeath experience, all while still under close medical monitoring during the entire operation, and with no blood flowing through her brain. . . but his Tesla had a dead battery.

Some important philosophical questions on life...

Why do supermarkets make the sick walk all the way to the back of the store to get their prescriptions while healthy people can buy cigarettes at the front? Why do people order double cheeseburgers, large fries, and a diet coke? Why do banks leave vault doors open and then chain the pens to the counters? Why do we leave cars worth thousands of dollars in our driveways and put our useless junk in the garage? EVER WONDER... Why the sun lightens our hair, but darkens our skin?

Why can't women put on mascara with their mouth closed? Why don't you ever see the headline 'Psychic Wins Lottery'?

Why is lemon juice made with artificial flavoring, and dish washing liquid made with real lemons? Why is the man who invests all your money called a broker?

Why is the time of day with the slowest traffic called rush hour?

As medically documented under the most strict of scientific conditions: “Reynolds later made several observations during the brain procedure which medical personnel later reported to be 100% accurate in every detail – and at a time when she was clinically dead.”

Reynolds remembers how the first stage of her OBE slowly began as the surgery progressed, and as the surgeons began drilling into her skull. “I was lying there on the gurney minding my own business, seriously unconscious, when I started to hear a noise, which was the drilling into my skull to open it up,” Reynolds recalls.

As a musician, she remembers the drill sound she heard, and expressed the sound in her own musical vernacular: “It was a ‘D,’ and as the sound continued – and I don’t know how to explain this, other than to go ahead and just say it: I popped upand-out of the top of my head!” Her skull was now open. And she was now looking down at the operating table.

She says she could see 20 people around the table and hear what sounded like a dentist’s drill. From above, she looked at the instrument in the surgeon’s hand. “It was an odd-looking thing,” she would say later. “It looked like the Why isn't there mouse-flavored cat food? Why didn't Noah swat those two mosquitoes?

Why do they sterilize the needle for lethal injections? You know that indestructible black box that is used on airplanes? Why don't they make the whole plane out of that stuff? Why don't sheep shrink when it rains? Why are they called apartments when they are all stuck together?

If flying is so safe, why do they call the airport the terminal? •••• RETIRED HUSBAND

After I retired, my wife insisted that I accompany her on her trips to WalMart. Unfortunately, like most men; I found shopping boring and preferred to get in and get out. Equally unfortunate, my wife is like most women - she loves to browse. Yesterday my dear wife received the following letter, from the local WalMart: Dear Mrs. Harris:

Over the past six months, your husband has caused quite a commotion, in our store. We cannot tolerate this behavior

handle on my electric toothbrush.”

Reynolds now sees the ‘Midas Rex’ bone saw which the surgeons used to cut open her head, and the drill bits, and even the case – which looked like the case where her father kept all his socket wrenches. Her eyes follow a surgeon, now moving to her left groin.

“I now hear a female voice say: ‘Her arteries are too small.’” And then I heard Dr. Spetzler answer her, “Use the other side.”

Reynolds’ body temperature had lowered now to 50 degrees, and she had completely flat-lined, and the surgeons observed the blood that had drained out of her head.

While she was clinically-dead, Reynolds was still experiencing her near-death experience and noticed a tunnel and bright light and was now floating away from the operating room. She would later recall chatting with her dead grandmother and uncle, both of whom escorted her back to the operating room. She was now back in the operating room and looking down upon herself, once more.

Strangely, she could hear music and even the lyrics of the popular song,

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and have been forced to, ban both of you from the store. Our complaints against your husband, Mr. Harris, are listed below and are documented by our video surveillance cameras:

1. June 15: He took 24 boxes of condoms and randomly put them in other people's carts when they weren't looking. 2. July 2: Set all the alarm clocks in Housewares to go off at 5-minute intervals.

3. July 7: He made a trail of tomato juice on the floor leading to the women's restroom. 4. July 19: Walked up to an employee and told her in an official voice, 'Code 3 in Housewares. Get on it right away'. This caused the employee to leave her assigned station and receive a reprimand from her Supervisor that in turn resulted with a union grievance, causing management to lose time and costing the company money. We don't have a Code 3. 5. August 4: Went to the Service Desk and tried to put a bag of M&Ms on layaway. 6. August 14: Moved a, 'CAUTION - WET FLOOR' sign to a carpeted area.

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Social Butterfly

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Monse Ayala,Boys and Girls Club of Oceanside 2021 Youth of the Year

Evelyn Madison The Social Butterfly Email Evelyn at:


Boys & Girls Clubs of Oceanside 2021 Youth of the Year Even though we weren’t able to celebrate in person, we are still incredibly proud of Monse Ayala, who was selected as Boys & Girls Clubs of Oceanside’s 2021 Youth of the Year. Monse, who has been a Club member since she was in Kindergarten, considers the Club her second home.

She is a senior at El Camino High School and plans to attend MiraCosta College when she graduates. Monse listens to music, loves watching movies and playing soccer. During the pandemic, Monse taught herself to play the guitar using YouTube videos. Monse will compete for the San Diego County Youth of the Year honor on March 9th. Go Monse!

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“Hotel California” by The Eagles.

Looking down at her bloodied form, she said later that her body looked like a train wreck, and she did not want to return to it. The surgeons frantically began efforts to restart her heart.

Her uncle pushed her back towards her motionless body.

“My uncle pushed me,” she says, laughing and remembering. “And when I hit the body, I opened my eyes.”

Reynolds’ precise and detailed accounts of her own surgery, the conversations, the surgical tools, and the precise movement of the 20-member surgical team astounded the physicians!

The stunned head neurosurgeon, Dr. Robert Spetzler, says her account matched each precise part of the procedure! Every detail was described, including medical directions, conversations, movement, and equipment used! “From a scientific perspective,” Dr. Spetzler confessed, “I have absolutely no explanation about how it could have happened.”

Cardiologist, Dr. Michael Sabom, is a renowned research scientist in

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near-death experiences. He concurred on the fact sheet, the OBE was a true unexplained phenomenon.

According to the records, there were 20 doctors in the room. There was a conversation about the veins in her left leg. She was defibrillated. And Dr. Sabom retrieved a photo of the bone saw – and its shape looks very much like an electric toothbrush which the unconscious patient described, among many other things.

According to Dr. Sabom, “She (the patient Pam Reynolds) could not have heard it (the drill or any verbal conversations) because of what they did to her ears. In addition, both of her eyes were medically taped shut, so she couldn’t open her eyes and see what was going on. So her physical sensory perception was ‘off the table,’ during her surgery.” Scientifically speaking, it should have been medically impossible for her to hear or see any technical procedures as she described in perfect detail. Including medical conversations. There was one last, lingering item.

The low, calm music over the intercom?

It was: “Hotel California,” by The Eagles.

The very song she described as

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DAR to Celebrate George Washington's Birthday - The Santa Margarita Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, will join the National Society (NSDAR) and the Mount Vernon Women’s Association (MVWA) in celebrating the 289th birthday of George Washington on February 22nd. As Sarah Coulson, Regent of the MVWA, reminds us, “As commander of the Continental Army, General Washington led us to an improbable victory and secured our independence. Then he did something extraordinary in the eyes of the world: he relinquished power, resigned his command, and returned home to his cherished Mount Vernon. It was not long before he was called upon to serve a grateful fledgling nation once again – first as President of the Constitutional Convention, and then as the first President of the United States”. NSDAR President General Denise

hearing, music and lyrics!

Within the field of near-death studies and among those who believe in life after death, this specific case has been medically and scientifically cited as the following: “Welldocumented and significant with many proponents considering it to be evidence of the survival of consciousness after death.” Nineteen years after her surgery, back in 1991 when she was 35years-old, famous singer/songwriter Pam Reynolds Lowery, died from heart failure at the age of 53, on Saturday, May 22, 2010, at Emory University Hospital in Atlanta, Georgia.

EPILOGUE: Pam Reynolds died a Christian and said before her death: “I don’t pretend to know the nature of God, but I do know one thing for a fact . . . that God truly exists . . . and He permeates everything.”

WORLD’S OF RESULTS LARGEST NEAR DEATH EXPERIENCES STUDY PUBLISHED. The University of Southampton in England recently released results of the world’s largest near-death experiences study and speculated that the global number of OBE and NDE may be much higher than documented because many individuals may have forgotten for a variety of reasons.

“This suggests more people may have mental activity initially but then lose their memories after

Doring Van Buren will lay a wreath at Washington’s tomb and then, with the NSDAR as lead sponsor, will join with the Mount Vernon Women’s Associations for Mount Vernon’s upcoming worldwide virtual celebration of George Washington’s birthday. The virtual birthday program will air on February 22, 2021, at 7:00pm ET, featuring performances and greetings from actors, musicians and historians. The Daughters of the Santa Margarita Chapter are delighted, as we pause to celebrate Washington’s birthday, to be part of an organization, as President General Van Buren observes ‘...aligned in preserving the history and importance of the founding of America’. The NSDAR is open to any female eighteen years of age or older who is lineally descended from an ancestor who assisted in some way the colonists fight for independence in the American Revolution. Visit www.santamargarita.californiadar.o rg

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recovery, either due to the effects of brain injury or sedative drugs on memory recall,” explained Dr. Sam Parnia, Assistant Professor of Critical Care Medicine and Director of Resuscitation.

Worldwide, as many as 39% of patients who survived cardiac arrest and were able to undergo structured interviews, described a “perception of awareness” or near-death experience “but interestingly did not have any explicit recall” even though this NDE may have occurred.”

ERNEST HEMINGWAY’S “NEAR-DEATH EXPERIENCE.” Ernest Hemingway had graduated from High School and was itching to get involved in that overseas scuffle known as WWI. He had already tried to enlist in the U. S. Army at age 18 but was turned down because of poor vision in his left eye. So when he heard that the Red Cross was accepting volunteers as ambulance drivers for the Allied Forces – he jumped at the opportunity, abandoning his job with the Kansas City Star and sailed for Europe in May of 1918. Only a few weeks after arriving in Europe, he would experience a most terrifying near-death experience that would haunt him for the remainder of his life, up until his suicide.

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Local News

The Paper Two Men Killed in Fatal Traffic Collilsion - Escondido

On 02-12-21 at approximately 11:19 p.m., an Escondido Police officer stopped a car near Mission Ave and Gamble St for a traffic violation. What the officer didn’t know at the time, is that the car was being driven by a 13 year-old girl from Vista who took her mom’s car without her knowing. The girl’s juvenile friend was a passenger in the car.

As the officer approached the car on foot to make contact with the driver, the girls fled in the vehicle. The girls drove east on Mission Ave and apparently tried to turn left onto north Ash St. They apparently lost control and their car slid into the planter on the east side of the road near a SDG&E transfer facility.

Once the police caught up to the car and discovered the crash, the girls were detained at the scene. Officers tragically discovered that two men who were sleeping in the bushes had been struck by the vehicle. One man was pronounced deceased at the scene. The other man later died at the hospital. The police and the Medical Examiner’s office are still trying to identify the men, but they both were adults and believed to be homeless. The girls were arrested and later released to their parents.

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On a side note, while officers were conducting traffic control duties for the collision investigation, a DUI driver struck a police car that was blocking the closed roadway. The police car had all of the emergency lights activated and was unoccupied. No one was injured and the driver was arrested for DUI. Anyone with information regarding the crash is encouraged to contact Officer Adan Martinez at 760839-4465. Carlsbad Police Investigate Possible Murder/Suicide

On February 13, 2021 at 6:09 PM, the City of Carlsbad Police Department responded to the 500 block of Village Drive to conduct a welfare check at a residence. Officers had been informed that a subject inside the home had sent a message to a family member indicating that he had killed his ex-girlfriend and was going to kill himself.

Upon arriving, officers forced entry into the home and located two deceased individuals inside. The decedents are a 33-year-old male and a 44-year-old female. Their identities are being withheld pending notification of the next of kin by the San Diego County Medical Examiner’s office. Two new COVID-19 vaccination sites Open in San Marcos

The COVID-19 vaccination site in cass on board and headed toward the old Palomar Hospital in Escondido. I distinctly recall looking down at me, and on the paramedics working on me - as though I were a fly on the ceiling or wall of the ambulance, taking in the view. I distinctly recall hearing . . “we’re losing him! He’s flatlining!”

Man About Town

This week’s cover story by Friedrich Gomez, “Out of Body Experiences,” hits home with me. I’ve had the experience.

It was about 30 years ago when I operated “Lyle’s at Dixon Lake.” It was early morning. The lake was quiet. Very few fishermen. I felt a chest pain and took a nitroglycine pill which normally will relieve an angina pain. Impatient, I took a second nitro pill as the pain had not subsided. A few minutes later I felt worse so I phoned the Lake Supervisor, Frank Schmitz, and he hurriedly came up to the concession building. Upon his arrival, I passed out. He immediately called 911.

The ambulance arrived and loaded this ancient and unconcscious car-

The next thing I remember is looking up at the face of a very concerned Emergency Room physician looking at me. Now conscious, I answered a few questions and then was whisked away somewhere for further treatment.

February 18, 2021

San Marcos is now immunizing seniors 65 years of age and older, especially those who do not have access to a computer or someone to assist them.

When fully operational, the site will be offering about 500 doses daily from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. The clinic is located at 1706 Descanso Ave. in San Marcos and requires appointments which can only be made by calling 2-1-1 San Diego. This San Marcos clinic will be open Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m., including holidays. All County vaccination super stations and points of dispensing, require appointments which can be made at vaccinationsuperstationsd.com. Homicide Suspect Arrested

On February 5, 2021, at approximately 5:oo p.m., Officers from the Oceanside Police Department responded to a radio call of a male subject bleeding from his head and not breathing in the 4700 block of Westridge Drive. Officers and Paramedics arrived on scene shortly thereafter and began rendering medical aid to the 45 year old Victim. The victim, whose name is not being disclosed at this time, was subsequently pronounced deceased at the scene.

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I’ve had no similar incidents since but I truly believe in “out of body experiences.”


This one is very well done. Almost fooled me. Read this notice carefully: Dear Customers,

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Kudos to Friedrich and Mayor Mac!

Lyle: As usual, Frederick Gomez's stories are terrific.

Just off the cuff, I wonder if he has ever visited the Mushroom farm out on the end of North Broadway. It would make an interesting read, possibly with photos, a history of raising mushrooms, which type are dangerous, that type of stuff. 2nd thought. I was amazed to see the road signs on the newly installed roundabout in the new homes entrance at the old Country Club golf course. They were placed such that if you follow

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your amazon account and, using your new password, order anything s/he wants . . no doubt using a hacked credit card to "pay" for the purchase . . .or to have it billed to you.

ALWAYS check the email address on any email like this . . any email that wants you to "change your password." Chances are about 98% that it's a hacker tryiing to trick you. You're welcome.


•••• Some of my favorite people can be found at the San Marcos Dental Center in San Marcos. Dr. Greg Hurt founded this dental clinic, hired all the right, and very talented, people and has built the perfect dental treatment center.

After three or four days in hospital I had stablized and they let me go home.

If you haven’t already, turn back to page one and read Friedrich’s cover story. It’s fascinating.

Letters to the Editor

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Note the extension. It is NOT amazon.com . . but an extension not even remotely connected to Amazon. So what happens? You enter your password change and the scammer can now go to

San Marcos Dental Care Staff: LR, Hayate, Sandy, Lulu, Maria, Dr. Hurt, and Hortencia.

To the above left is a photo of the team that Dr. Hurt credits with making his practice so successful. Not only talented but very pleasant people to know! ••••

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On July 8, 1918, while serving as an 18-year-old ambulance driver for the Italian Army, Hemingway also drove a mobile canteen and was distributing chocolate candy and cigarettes to Italian soldiers in the trenches near the front lines when an Austrian mortar shell suddenly landed just a few feet away -- and then exploded with a deafening sound and horrific vibration! The wicked explosion killed an Italian soldier outright, and blew the legs completely off another! Hemingway was knocked completely unconscious!

Hemingway would later describe his near-death experience while he lay vulnerable and motionless: “There was one of those big noises you sometimes hear at the front. I died then. I felt my soul or something coming right out of my body, like you’d pull a silk handkerchief out of a pocket by one corner. It flew around and then came back and went in again and I wasn’t dead anymore.”

Hemingway’s near-death experience never gave him complete peace for the rest of his life; from that moment onward he never slept in a completely darkened room with the lights off. In civilian life and for the remainder of his earthly years, he always kept at least one small light on at bedtime to prevent from being completely consumed in total darkness. Despite being momentarily left unconscious, fellow ambulance drivers, including Theodore Brumback, witnessed Ernest Hemingway regain consciousness and then proceed – on pure adrenalin and reflexes – to carry another wounded soldier back to the first aid station, before Hemingway was hit by machine gun fire in both legs!

With apparent shock initially blocking his pain, Hemingway hit the ground after his post traumatic heroics!

(Epilogue: Hemingway was hospitalized with over 200 pieces of shrapnel lodged in both legs. His full recovery at the Red Cross Hospital in Milan, Italy, took over half a year! At the hospital, Hemingway was awarded the Italian Silver Medal for Valor with the official Italian citation reading: "Gravely wounded by numerous pieces of shrapnel from an enemy shell, with an admirable spirit of brotherhood, before taking care of himself, he rendered generous assistance to the Italian soldiers more seriously wounded by the same explosion and did not allow himself to be carried elsewhere until after they had been evacuated."

But the near-death experience remained with Ernest Hemingway, as if his soul was forever scarred. Similar to elements of PTSD (post

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traumatic stress disorder).

He always repeated: “When you go to war as a boy you have a great illusion of immortality. Other people get killed; not you . . . Then when you are badly wounded the first time, you lose that illusion and you know it can happen to you.” Hemingway forever felt that he could fully never run away from that NDE experience.

The out-of-body experience haunted him so much that in 1929, in his classic novel “A Farewell to Arms,” he drew on that near-death-experience when he wrote the words for his book’s wounded character, Frederick Henry: “I tried to breathe but my breath would not come and I felt myself rush bodily out of myself and-out and-out-andout and all the time bodily in the wind. I went out swiftly, all of myself, and I knew I was dead and that it had all been a mistake to think you just died. Then I floated, and instead of going on I felt myself slide back. I breathed and I was back.”

Ernest Hemingway’s near-death experience forever haunted him. Terrified him. And like a demon in the night, forever stalked him. Many famous individuals toyed with out-of-body experiences and attempted to achieve it, such as history’s greatest inventor, Thomas Edison, who tried to use OBE to solve scientific and theoretical problems. And world-famous artist, Salvador Dali, who wished to enhance his surreal paintings and imagery through OBE. Even famous astronomer Carl Sagan, who was intrigued and drawn towards it, like a moth to a flame -even wrote about it. Out-of-Body and Near-Death Experiences have been recorded for well over 200 hundred years and remains today as a serious study by worldwide scientists. It is also one of the most popular discussions among everyday people, around the globe today.

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7. August 15: Set up a tent in the camping department and told the children shoppers he'd invite them in if they would bring pillows and blankets from the bedding department to which twenty children obliged.

8. August 23: When a clerk asked if they could help him he began crying and screamed, 'Why can't you people just leave me alone?' EMTs were called.

9. September 4: Looked right into the security camera and used it as a mirror while he picked his nose. 10. September 10: While handling guns in the hunting department, he asked the clerk where the antidepressants were. 11. October 3: Darted around the store suspiciously while, loudly humming the, 'Mission Impossible' theme.

12. October 6: In the auto department, he practiced his, 'Madonna Look' using different sizes of funnels.

13. October 18: Hid in a clothing rack and when people browsed through, yelled 'PICK ME! PICK ME!'

14. October 22: When an announcement came over the loud speaker, he assumed a fetal position and screamed; 'OH NO! IT'S THOSE VOICES AGAIN!' 15. Took a box of condoms to the checkout clerk and asked where is the fitting room? And last, but not least:

16. October 23: Went into a fitting room, shut the door, waited awhile; then yelled very loudly, 'Hey! There's no toilet paper in here.' •••• If you get a LOAN  at a bank you’ll be paying it off for 30 years. If you ROB a bank you’ll be out in 10 years. Follw me for more financial advice.

When we’re young we sneak out of the house to go to parties. When we’re old we sneak out of parties to go home. My home town was so small we didn’t have a town drunk. So we all took turns.

The author, Friedrich Gomez, with his 169th cover story.

The man is a writing machine! Very, very prolific! Much to our delight. And yours.

It’s my wife’s birthday tomorrow. She’s been leaving jewelry magazines all over the house. So I bought her a magazine rack.

Apart from being totally exhaused, financially unstable, nearing a mental breakdown . .and fat,

Chuckle Cont. on Page 6

Local News Cont. from Page 4

A preliminary investigation revealed that an elderly male subject and Richard Ramirez (53 years old) were involved in a road rage incident. The elderly male drove to his residence and Ramirez followed him there. Both men exited their vehicles and a verbal argument ensued. The victim in this case tried to intervene between the two men and was physically assaulted by Ramirez. Ramirez fled the area after the assault and was later arrested by OPD Officers. This is still an active investigation and no further details are being released at this time. Anyone who may have information regarding this incident, are encouraged to either contact Oceanside Police Detective Brent Keys at (760) 4354832. Twin Oaks Valley/San Elijo corridor paving project began Feb. 16

A major paving project along Twin Oaks Valley Road and San Elijo Road began Feb. 16 with an anticipated completion date of June 2021.

The roughly $2 million project will repair and resurface one of San Marcos’ most highly traveled corridors stretching between Rancho Santa Fe Road and State Route 78. Work began Feb. 16 with traffic signal work and pavement repair through April. The last order of work will include applying slurry seal and restriping the entire corridor. Rail Service to be Suspended from Oceanside to San Diego February 20-21

Planned weekend rail closure allows crews to perform rail line improvements and regular maintenance

The North County Transit District (NCTD) will suspend all coastal rail line service between the Oceanside Transit Center and Santa Fe Depot during the weekend of February 2021, 2021, as part of a planned schedule of rail closures that support routine maintenance and rail infrastructure work. Weekend COASTER service is currently suspended due to COVID-19 service reductions; however, the February weekend closure will affect Metrolink and Amtrak trains. Service suspension will begin Saturday, February 20 at 12 a.m. and remain in place until Monday, February 22 at 5 a.m., enabling rail service to resume in time for the weekday morning commute.

Amtrak customers may visit PacificSurfliner.com or call 800872-7245 for the latest info.

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Chuckles Cont. from Page 5

Bottle caps have always been screw off and plastic.

I think the real reason this generation is so angry is because their music sucks.

They have always had an answering machine..

everything is just fine. Thanks.

Two things to make your day better: 1. Do not watch the news. 2. Stay off the bathroom scales.

Looking for a married woman, recently cheated on, mad and scorned, who is willing to sell her husbands tools, cheap. Comparisons:

1966: Long hair 2021: Longing for hair 1966: KEG 2021: EKG

1966: Acid rock 2021: Acid reflux

1966: Moving to California because it's cool 2021: Moving to Arizona because it's warm. 1966: Trying to look like Marlon Brando or Liz Taylor 2021: Trying NOT to look like Marlon Brando or Liz Taylor 1966: Seeds and stems 2021: Roughage

1966: Hoping for a BMW 2021: Hoping for a BM

1966: Going to a new, hip joint 2021: Receiving a new hip joint 1966: Rolling Stones 2021: Kidney Stones

1966: Screw the system 2021: Upgrade the system 1966: Disco 2021: Costco

1966: Parents begging you to get your hair cut 2021: Children begging you to get their heads shaved 1966: Passing the drivers' test 2021: Passing the vision test

1966: Whatever 2021: Depends •••• Just in case you weren't feeling too old today, this will certainly change things. Each year the staff at Beloit College in Wisconsin puts together a list to try to give the faculty a sense of the mindset of this year's incoming freshmen. Here's this year's list: The people who are starting college this fall across the nation were born in 1998.

They are too young to remember the space shuttle blowing up. Their lifetime has always included AIDS.

The CD was introduced 7 years before they were born.


They have always had

They cannot fathom not having a remote control..

Popcorn has always been cooked in the microwave. They never took a swim and thought about Jaws.

They can't imagine what hard contact lenses are. They don't know who Mork was or where he was from.

They never heard: "Where's the Beef?", "I'd walk a mile for a Camel", or "de plane, Boss, de plane.." They do not care who shot J. R. & have no idea who J. R. even is. Mc Donald's never Styrofoam containers.



They don't have a clue how to use a typewriter. •••• 1. In the beginning, God created the Heavens and the Earth and populated the Earth with broccoli, cauliflower and spinach, green and yellow and red vegetables of all kinds, so Man and Woman would live long and healthy lives.

2. Then using God's great gifts, Satan created Ben and Jerry's Ice Cream and Krispy Creme Donuts. And Satan said, "You want chocolate with that?" And Man said, "Yes!" and Woman said, "and as long as you're at it, add some sprinkles." And they gained 10 pounds. And Satan smiled. 3. And God created the healthful yogurt that Woman might keep the figure that Man found so fair. And Satan brought forth white flour from the wheat, and sugar from the cane and combined them. And Woman went from size 6 to size 14.

4. So God said, "Try my fresh green salad." And Satan presented Thousand-Island Dressing, buttery croutons and garlic toast on the side. And Man and Woman unfastened their belts following the repast.

5. God then said, "I have sent you heart healthy vegetables and olive oil in which to cook them. And Satan brought forth deep fried fish and chicken-fried

. Chuckles Cont. on Page 7

February 18, 2021

Help for Tenants and Landlords

The economic fallout from the pandemic has made it difficult for thousands of Californians to keep a roof over their heads. Early on, federal funding provided some assistance to renters and landlords alike, but many were unable to access that aid. More needed to be done.

That’s why I joined my colleagues to pass Senate Bill 91 (SB 91), bipartisan legislation that was signed into law by Governor Newsom. The bill, which became effective February 1st, provides assistance to qualified landlords and their tenants for up to 80 percent of unpaid rent that has accumulated since the pandemic began. It also extends the current eviction moratorium through March, subject to extensions that are likely to be approved by Congress.

Tenants most at-risk will be targeted, and landlords who agree to waive 20 percent of unpaid rent will become eligible for 80 percent reimbursements for unpaid rent that accrued between April 1, 2020 and March 31, 2021. $2.6 billion in federal funds will pay for the program, and additional federal funding will also help cover unpaid rent through June of this year.

For the past year, preventing evictions and homelessness for millions of California tenants has been imperative, but landlords were often left holding the bag. Many landlords rely on rents collected from tenants as their primary, perhaps only source of income. According to Debra Carlton, Executive Vice President of State Public Affairs for the California Apartment Association: “Getting dollars to landlords is imperative. Many landlords have not received rent in over a year, and some owners are on the brink of losing their homes.” SB 91 is not perfect, but it should help landlords and tenants as they try to survive the disastrous economic fallout from COVID-19. Assembly Republican Leader Marie Waldron, R-Escondido, represents the 75th Assembly District in the California Legislature, which includes the communities of Bonsall, Escondido, Fallbrook, Hidden Meadows, Pala, Palomar Mountain, Pauma Valley, Rainbow, San Marcos, Temecula, Valley Center and Vista.

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5th District Supervisor

Jim Desmond

We are making progress!

San Diego County has administered over 500,000 vaccines and that number continues to climb. While we are limited on supply, San Diego County has the infrastructure ready for when we receive more vaccines. I know it may seem slow, but San Diego County is well ahead many others in the State, and we are ready for the next doses to arrive!

Also, Operation Collaboration (a collection of fire agencies) have been going out to the unincorporated areas and administering vaccines. I've seen their operation firsthand and want to thank them for all of their wonderful work! Progress is being made! Unfortunately, I was a disappointed in the outcome at our last Board meeting. Supervisor Anderson brough forward a Board letter calling for the prioritization of law enforcement officers to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. I was happy to second the motion as I too believe that our law enforcement officers should be prioritized. Unfortunately, my three other colleagues disagreed, and law enforcement must wait until the next tier. The number one killer of law enforcement right now in the

United States is COVID-19. It’s disappointing, but I will keep pushing.

I also believe our teachers should be prioritized, so we can get our kids back in the classroom. While bureaucrats continue to play politics, our kids continue to suffer. These are my two biggest priorities and I will continue to push for them to receive their vaccines.

To contact North County Office – by appointment only 325 S. Melrose Ave., Suite 5200 Vista, CA 92081 Mon.-Fri., 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Website: www.supervisorjimdesmond.com Email: Jim.Desmond@sdcounty.ca.gov

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steak so big it needed its own platter. And Man gained more weight and his cholesterol went through the roof.

6. God then created a light, fluffy white cake, named it "Angel Food Cake" and said, "It is good." Satan then created chocolate cake and named it "Devil's Food."

7. God then brought forth running shoes so that his children might lose those extra pounds. And Satan gave cable TV with a remote control so Man would not have to toil changing the channels. And Man and Woman laughed and cried before the flickering blue light and gained pounds. 8. Then God brought forth the potato, naturally low in fat and brimming with nutrition. And Satan peeled off the healthful skin and sliced the starchy center into chips and deep-fried them. And Man gained pounds. 9. God then gave lean beef so that Man might consume fewer calories and still satisfy his appetite. And Satan created McDonald's and its 99-cent double cheeseburger. Then said, "You want fries with that?" And Man replied, "Yes! And super-size them!" And Satan said, "It is good." And Man went into cardiac arrest. 10. God sighed and created quadruple bypass surgery.

11. Then Satan created the Health Care System. Amen. Eating in the ‘50’s

Pasta had not been invented. It was macaroni or spaghetti. Curry was a surname.

Taco? Never saw one till I was 17. All chips were plain.

Oil was for lubricating, fat was for cooking. Tea was made in a teapot using tea leaves and never green. Cubed sugar was regarded as posh. Chickens didn't have fingers in those days.

None of us had ever heard of yogurt.

Healthy food consisted of anything edible! Cooking outside was called camping. Seaweed was not a recognized food.

Chuckles Cont. on Page 13

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Letters to the Editor Cont. from Page 4

them, you will be going the wrong way on a street. They were placed with the arrow pointing AFTER you had passed the correct way, and not just one place, but all of the arrows. I do give someone credit, however, in that they replaced all the stop signs with yield signs, which makes a lot more sense, and does not impede traffic. 3rd thought. I must belatedly thank Mayor Mac for his actions a year ago, when I mentioned to him that it was totally STUPID to have all the "Golf Cart" signs around the golf course, when the course hadn't been used for golf for over 3 years, and you never saw a golf cart anyplace. Well, those signs disappeared shortly thereafter. The Mayor listens! /s/ Owen R. McCoy, Escondido

Historically Speaking by Tom Morrow

Chicago’s St. Valentine’s Day Massacre

One of America’s most infamous crimes was the 1929 St. Valentine's Day Massacre of seven members of Chicago's “North Side Gang.” The men were gathered at a Lincoln Park garage at 10:30 a.m., 2122 Clark Street, on the morning of Feb. 14th. They were lined up against a wall and shot by four unknown assailants, two of whom were dressed as police officers.

Editor’s Note: Mr. McCoy’s reference to “Mayor Mac” has reference to Escondido Mayor, Paul “Mac” McNamara - and yes, he does listen. And he responds to constituents as well as pesky newspaper editors and reporters. And a Bouquet for Tom Morrow!

So wonderful to see Mr. Tom Morrow's cover story titled "Guam, You Had to Be There" (Feb. 11, 2021 issue).

It was truly amazing for us readers to retrace his steps through the U. S. Navy, including his boot camp days right here in Point Loma, San Diego in 1958. And later when stationed in Guam, it was very, very emotional how he tried to save enough money to fly back home to Kansas for Christmas so that he could see his 7 month old baby son! Mr. Morrow's writing talents are truly a gift to all of us readers! We love his weekly column but we just can't get enough of Mr. Morrow, so it was an additional treat and bonus to see his cover story! Is there any way that you can have Mr. Morrow write more cover stories? I am so in love with Mr. Morrow's writing! And it's truly inspiring and patriotic to see that most, or all, of the writers for The Paper are U. S. veterans and defenders of our country! God bless The Paper! And God bless you, Mr. Lyle Davis for your U. S. military correspondence work overseas in Vietnam, covering the war front for us at home! Maria Elena Contreras-Hauser North San Diego County

Another Tom Morrow Fan . . .

It's no secret that Tom Morrow is a longstanding literary idol of mine.

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The incident resulted from the struggle to control organized crime in the Chicago area during Prohibition between the Irish “North Siders,” headed by George "Bugs" Moran, and their Italian “South Side Gang” rivals led by Al Capone. The perpetrators have never been conclusively identified, but former members of the “Egan's Rats” gang working for Capone are suspected of having a role, as were Al Capone members of the Chicago Police Department who allegedly wanted revenge for the killing of a police officer's son.

The gang members were shot by the four men using t w o Thompson submachine guns. Two of the shooters were dressed as uniformed policemen, while the others wore suits, ties, overcoats, and hats. Witnesses saw the fake police leading the other men at gunpoint out of the garage after the shooting.

Later, real Chicago police officers arrived at the scene to find Frank Gusenberg still alive. He was taken to the hospital where police tried to question him. He had sustained 14 bullet wounds. Police asked him who did it, and he replied, "No one shot me." He died three hours later. It was widely assumed Capone person-

ally ordered the murders in an attempt to eliminate Moran. Capone's lookouts likely mistook one of Moran's men for Moran himself, probably Albert Weinshank, who was the same height and build. The physical similarity between the two men was enhanced by their dress that morning. Both happened to be wearing the same color overcoats and hats. Moran didn’t arrive at the garage until later. Witnesses outside the garage said they saw a Cadillac sedan pull up to a stop in front of the garage. Four men emerged and walked inside, two of them dressed in police uniform. The two fake police officers carried shotguns and entered the rear portion of the garage, where they found members of Moran's gang and collaborators. The fake policemen then ordered the men to line up against the wall. They signaled to the pair in civilian clothes who had accompanied them. Two of the killers opened fire with sub-machine guns, one with a 20-round box magazine and the other a 50-round drum. They were thorough, spraying their victims left and right, even continuing to fire after all seven had hit the floor. According to the coroner’s report, two final shotgun blasts all but obliterated the faces of John May and James Clark. Several factors contributed to the timing of the plan to kill Moran. Earlier in the year, The “North Side Gang” was complicit in the murders of Pasqualino "Patsy" Lolordo and Antonio "The Scourge" Lombardo. Both had been presidents of the Chicago Mafia, and close associates of Capone. Moran and Capone had been vying for control of the lucrative Chicago bootlegging trade. Moran also had been muscling in on a Capone-run dog track and a number of saloons in the local suburbs run by Capone, insisting they were in his (Moran’s) territory.

Police officials assumed the North Siders were lured to the garage with the promise of a stolen, cut-rate shipment of whiskey, supplied by Detroit's Purple Gang which was associated with Capone. The Gusenberg brothers were supposed to drive two empty trucks to Detroit that day to pick up two loads of stolen Canadian whiskey. All of the victims were dressed in their best clothes as was customary for the North Siders and other gangsters at the time. To give the appearance that everything was under control, the two men in civilian clothes came out with their hands up, prodded by the two uniformed policemen. Inside the garage, the only survivor in the warehouse was Frank Gusenberg and his dog. Despite 14 bullet wounds, Gusenberg was still conscious, but he died three hours later, refusing to utter a word about the identities of the killers. The Valentine's Day Massacre set off a public outcry which posed a problem for all mob bosses.

Within days, Capone received a summons to testify before a Chicago grand jury on charges of federal Prohibition violations, but he claimed to be too unwell to attend. It was common knowledge that Moran was hijacking Capone's Detroit-based liquor shipments, and police focused their attention on Detroit's predominantly Jewish

St. Valentine’s Day Cont. on Page 10

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use. They gave away over 900 masks in the four hours they were there. Face masks were provided by the County of San Diego via the City of Carlsbad. Ava Payne, Carlsbad Rotary President said "We are pleased to help support the City of Carlsbad's COVID education initiative by distributing masks to its' citizens. Rotary is all about service above self."

The Rotary Club of Carlsbad was chartered in 1939 and is part of Rotary International, a worldwide organization of more than 1.2 million business, professional, and community leaders. Members of Rotary clubs, known as Rotarians, provide humanitarian service, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations, and help build goodwill and peace in the world. There are more than 32,000 Rotary clubs in more than 200 countries and geographical areas. Clubs are nonpolitical, nonreligious, and open to all

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He's like an alchemist -- everything he touches is pure gold. A great writer doesn't make their skills look difficult like a gymnast, or complex like a chess master. Instead, a truly gifted writer mirrors life as it should be: translucent, pure, and organic. Mr. Morrow presents truth, love, and the human rite-of-passage, all in deceptively simple and effortless style in his cover story "Guam. You Had to Be There!" (in The Paper, 2/11/21). Beautifully told, with a dash of humor and a gentle tug at the heartstrings. He's the master.

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St. Valentines Day Massacre Cont. from Page 7 “Purple Gang.”

The garage at 2122 N. Clark St. was demolished in 1967, and the site today is a parking lot for a nursing home. The bricks of the north wall against which the victims were shot were purchased by a Canadian businessman. For many years, they were displayed in various crime-related novelty displays. Many of them were later sold individually, and the remainder are now owned by the Mob Museum in Las Vegas.

/s/ Friedrich H. Gomez

Another Tom Morrow Fan . .

Hey I just wanted to thank Tom Morrow for his article about his travels to Guam during the late 50s. I myself have been traveling there since the late 60s during the Vietnam war and experienced those long plane rides to get to the island.

I lived there with my brothers who were Naval Vietnam vets and have quite a few good experiences living on that island. I still have family there and go back every once in a while. Feel free to have Tom contact me if he would like regarding Guam Ssincerely, Pete Hale, San Diego County .

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My Heroes!

With all that has gone in this past year . . . with the pandemic disrpupting everyone’s lives, I couldn’t help but take notice of how hard our restaurant personnel work.

We often dine at Charlie’s Family Restaurant and/or J&M Restaurant, in Escondido. Whether it’s outdoor dining on the patio or indoors, I marvel at how hard the servers work. I take not of Tina, Tracy, Chandra, Suzie and Bill . . .as well as the other server staff, and have to wonder how they make it through the day. Whenver you see them they are almost running, not walking, from point a to point be . . to ensure prompt and friendly service.

They have to be exhausted at the end of the day!

I could not do it. Don’t have the stamina, the patience, or the temperament. I’d be all tuckered out after the first hour of even trying to be a decent server. We are a relatively small news magazine (40,000 weekly readers throughout North County) and being fairly small we get to know our clients . . . not only as clients but as good friends.

We hate to see our good friends hurting and we know the pandemic has been sheer torture for them. Owners invest in tents for outside service, propane heaters, booth and table separators and sanitizing equipment and supplies for both outside and indoor service (when available) . . . and they keep valuable staff on duty even when business is slow. My friendly advice to you? PLEASE! Tip generously! These folks work very hard to please you. Let’s be generous with them.

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The $100 adoption fee for Mike includes medical exam, neuter, up to date vaccinations, and registered microchip. For information about Adoption by Appointment or to become a Virtual Foster log on to www.SDpets.org.

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A Weekly Message from the Mayor of Your Community published in the belief that it is important for elected leaders to communicate with their constituents and that constituents have a means of hearing from their elected leaders.

San Marcos • Mayor Rebecca Jones

Vista • Mayor Judy Ritter

Honk less, wave more!

In San Marcos, we believe horns are tools for safe driving, not aggressive driving. Traffic patterns shift, but kindness and courtesy can always be a staple on the road.

Take a peek at the City of San Marcos’ ‘Top 10 Manners that Matter on our Roads:’ 1. Make your drive pleasant, not a competition or a race. 2. Signal your turn. It’s not only safe, but also polite. 3. Tap your brakes only to slow down, not to frustrate another driver. 4. Red lights are not optional, and yellow lights don’t mean to speed up. 5. Traffic happens. Speeding and weaving are not the answer. 6. Braking and lane changing are best done in advance. 7. Tailgating is rude and unsafe. Avoid it at all times. 8. Shine your headlights proudly, but not in another driver’s eyes. 9. Let cars merge. Blocking takes more energy and won’t get you there faster. 10. Wave “thank you” when someone is kind to you on our roads!

Escondido • Mayor Paul “Mac” McNamara

Organic s Recycli ng is Coming to Vista! Our city-contracted recycling and waste hauler, EDCO is rolling out a new organics recycling program.

Residents will be able to mix food scraps and yard waste together in their green carts. Organic waste, such as fruit, vegetables, eggs shells, and coffee filters are examples of what will be placed in the green carts. State mandates are in place to move cities to zero waste and recycling organic waste will keep us on the road to achieving that goal. EDCO is building a new state of the art anaerobic digestion facility which will break down the organic materials into renewable natural gas to serve the needs of the region. Check your mailboxes, EDCO is mailing detailed information to residents. Check out their informative video at edcodisposal.com under “recycling videos”.

The Pastor Says...

Greetings Escondido,

As we used to say in the military, there is always someone who didn’t get the “word.” In civilian parlance it might be the person who didn’t get the “memo.” Well, the Old Palomar Hospital has opened as a COVID 19 Vaccine Super Station and while it has been reported in the media, I want to repeat the key points here just in case someone didn’t get the memo. Kudos go to the county, city and the hospital for making this happen.

Here are the key points - offers vaccines, testing and monoclonal anti-body therapy in one location. Open to the public and available by appointment only by going to Palomar Health’s website. Anti-body therapy is offered by physician referral only. It is the only site in San Diego County to have this approach and may be the only site in the nation. Vaccinations are offered Tuesday through Saturday, from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. Both the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines are offered on select days, subject to availability. The Clinic accommodates both drive through vehicles and walk through pedestrians. COVID-19 drive through testing (pedestrians accommodated) is offered Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 1-5 p.m. by appointment only. Monoclonal anti-body therapy is offered seven days per week, 12 hours per day (8 a.m. – 8 p.m.) Stay informed, Be Kind, Remember your neighbor, and Stay safe! Semper Fi, Mac Paul P. McNamara Mayor of Escondido pmcnamara@escondido.org

Pastor Sam Brumit Mission 316, San Marcos, CA.


I read this somewhere and it really made a lot of sense. Everyday life IS a blessing.

I am thankful… • For the wife who says its hot dogs tonight because she is home with me and not out with someone else. • For the husband who is on the sofa being a couch potato because he is home with me and not out at the bars. • For the teenager who is complaining about doing dishes because it means she is at home, Not on the streets. • For the taxes I pay because

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it means I am employed. • For the clothes that fit a little too snug because it means I have enough to eat. • For my shadow that watches me work because it means I am out in the sunshine. • For a lawn that needs mowing, windows that need cleaning, and gutters that need fixing because it means I have a home. • For all the complaining I hear about the government because it means we have freedom of speech. • For the parking spot I find at the far end of the parking lot because it means I am capable of walking, and I have been blessed with transportation. • For my huge heating bill because it means I am warm. • For the lady behind me in church who sings off key because it means I can hear. • For the pile of laundry and ironing because it means I have clothes to wear. • For weariness and aching muscles at the end of the day because it means I have been capable of working. • For the alarm that goes off in the early morning hours because it means I am alive. Yes, I am thankful!

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prominence during the “summer of love” period of the late 60s dissolved in a fog of drugs by the mid 1970s. The theme of “Everyday People” was that our differences should not be permitted to define and separate us and that mutual acceptance and respect is a key to civil harmony. That idea resonates more strongly today than ever.

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“Different strokes for different folks.” Part one of two.

That line was made popular in the hit song “Everyday People” recorded by “Sly and The Family Stone” in 1968. We picked that line as the theme in our discussion on how different types and styles of PCs fit different user applications and lifestyles. In reading and then listening to the lyrics of the song we were fascinated by how much the song echoed the contemporary social disunity abetted by today’s political leaders in their quest for power. “Sly and The Family Stone” a San Francisco band that came to

You Just Never Know: The True Story of Sol Peska By Michele Ivy Davis

Tarpon Springs is a small town on the Gulf Coast of Florida. It was populated in the late 1800s by Greek immigrants who came to dive its blue waters for the abundant sponges. Even today you are more likely to hear Greek than English spoken in the colorful shops and quaint restaurants of the Sponge Docks, where the aroma of gyros and music of Greece fill the air. Solomon Peska, on the other hand, was from New York City, and spoke with a heavy Brooklyn accent. He was raised on a farm, served in

Now back to our discussion on PCs. Here at the Computer Factory we stock or build PCs that represent the four basic PC “form factors” or physical size and shape of computers. The basic PC “form Factors” are Desktop/Tower, Notebook, AIO (all-in one), and Micro. The two we’ll discuss today are the AOI and the Micro.

The AOI is a permanent workstation that incorporates all the components of the PC into the screen. The most popular size screens are in the 20 to 24 inch range. With wireless keyboard and mouse, the only cord is the power cord. It looks exactly like nothing more than a monitor but has all the bells and whistles The AIOs have webcams, speakers, WiFi and DVD reader/writer. The AIO options include size and type hard drive, amount of RAM and CPU speed. These AIO PCs have really become popular as home and business workstations because they take up very little space and eliminate messy cable and cord connections. We have several Dell, HP and Lenovo models (enterprise refurbs) with Windows 10 Professional in the $300 to $500 price range.

World War II, and was a hospital security guard before he retired to Tarpon Springs.

A widower with no children or close relatives, Sol lived frugally in a cluttered, one-bedroom, 1972 trailer in the aging Linger Longer Mobile Home Park. (Yes, that was its real name.) He owned an old car, but preferred to walk wherever he went.

One of the places he went to every day was the town’s library, where he was greeted by name as he made his way past the checkout desk to a table in the back. There he opened the library’s only copies of the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal and read them cover to cover. You might pass right by and never notice the old man sitting there in his well-worn clothes and favorite fishing hat. He was easily overlooked.

The Micro PC is a tiny version of its big brother, the desktop PC. Although they are very small, typically 7 X 7 X 1½ inches, they are a powerful desktop computer. The models we have in stock at present have Windows 10 Professional, fourth generation quad core i7 processors, 8GB RAM, WiFi, Bluetooth, SSD (solid state drive), multiple video ports, speaker and mike jacks and excellent video cards. The micros are excellent as desktop PCs but also highly portable. They are ideal for moving between work places (like home and office). All you need is a monitor, keyboard and mouse at each location and you can take your work along with you in your pock-

et. Our “micros” are priced between $350 and $400.

You can buy “refurbs” on line and at some of the Big Box electronics retailers. You might even find one for a few bucks less than our price here at the Computer Factory. There is a huge difference between the relationship we have with our customers and the Internet and Big Box sales experience and that difference is more than worth any difference in price. Next week we will discuss Notebooks and desktop form factors and how they relate to “different strokes for different folks”

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According to Sol’s ritual, when the newspapers were finished he would lean back in a comfortable chair and doze until lunchtime, at which point he walked over to the Walton Avenue Community Center--run by Neighborly Senior Services (yes, also its real name)--to enjoy the food and socializing. Most afternoons he returned to the library to check out videos of his favorite movies—he was partial to classic musicals like Singin’ in the Rain and those from the 1950s and ‘60s. Sol didn’t talk about himself, but people said he was personable and had a good sense of humor, although he had few close friends. Then on Christmas Eve, 1996, Solomon Peska from New York died. He was 85.

His death might have passed unnoted except for the fact that Sol had a secret--one he’d held close the whole time he lived there.

Like an improbable twist in a novel, it seems that thrifty Sol had an estate worth close to $1.3 million. But that’s not the best part. With no family, Sol had divided his assets equally among the Tarpon Springs Friends of the Library, Neighborly Senior Services, and the United Way of Pinellas County. No longer did the library have to pare its list of desired books because of a tight city budget, Neighborly Senior Services was able to buy a van to take seniors on

outings and purchase equipment for its office, and the United Way could help homeless families find temporary housing and jobs. The agencies decided they wanted his gift to continue into the future, so they invested the bulk of the money and used the earnings for what they needed. One of the first things the Friends of the Library did was to add the Sol Peska Collection to its shelves. This was a compilation of over 70 movies that won Academy Awards for Best Picture, as well as 100 movies honored as the “best of all time” by the American Film Institute. Sol would have loved that. Today you’ll find his name everywhere in Tarpon Springs. The Sol Peska Film Festival each year features audience-pleaser films not shown in local theaters. The library’s Peska Business Center is a busy place that helps patrons find jobs, successfully start or run their own businesses, and research financial information. The Friends of the Library, through the Peska Fund, sent the Tarpon Springs High School choir to a national choir competition, and provided for the high school band to receive private lessons from members of the Florida Orchestra. The community benefitted in turn from

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free concerts and students who then volunteered at the library.

And there were annual Sol Peska Student Film Contests where students wrote, shot, and edited videos; winners received cash prizes. On the front of the library there is a brass plaque with a picture of a man. It says: SOL PESKA 1911-1996 FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY IN MEMORY OF A TRUE FRIEND AND GENEROUS BENEFACTOR OF THE TARPON SPRINGS LIBRARY

The somewhat shabby, elderly man who used the newspapers at the library to research his stock portfolio left what multiplied into millions of dollars to the institutions that befriended him in his later years, and he, in turn, improved the lives of the citizens of Tarpon Springs. What you see on the outside may not be who that person really is. And that’s the true story of Sol Peska.

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'Kebab' was not even a word... never mind a food. Sugar enjoyed a good press in those days, and was regarded as being white gold.

Prunes were medicinal and stewed.

Surprisingly Muesli was readily available. It was called cattle feed. Pineapples came in chunks or were round with a hole in the middle, in a tin; we had only ever seen a picture of a real one. Water came out of the tap. If someone had suggested bottling it and charging more than gasoline for it, they would have become a laughing stock. There were three things that we never ever had on/at our table in the fifties . . . elbows, hats and cell phones!

......and there was always two choices for each meal... "Take it" or Leave it"......

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