Monday, November 16, 2015

Monday Musings - November 16, 2015

1. November is half over. It only just began, it seems. But it certainly is tumultuous.

2. I received my mid-month golf handicap adjustment yesterday with a note that the season in Maryland has officially closed until March 15th. It must truly be winter.

3. Oblivious drivers are everywhere. I noticed more than just a few during my weekend travels to Upstate NY. They are dangerous!

4. My prayers are with and for those who were caught up in the terrorism in Paris over the weekend. Vive la France!

5. It is sad to see all the trees standing without their leaves ready for winter's onslaught.

6. A weekend in Upstate NY is not complete without stopping at at least one winery!

7. My view--it is time for the peace-loving peoples of the world to finally unite and repulse the barbarism and terrorism being spawned by ISIL and other groups across the globe. Maybe a coalition with Russia, the US, China, and NATO along with nonaligned countries can finally be formed.  Oh, yeah--that would be the United Nations.

8. The NFL continues to confound with obviously bad calls even after video review. Something's gotta give.

9. The week is beginning. What wonders are in store for us?

-- Bob Doan, Elkridge, MD

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