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    The High Cost of “Civil Rights”

    From Destiny Magazine Earlier this year the American Tort Reform Association (ATRA) reported that the average American family pays about $1,200 a year in a defacto lawyer’s “tort tax.” Enormous jury awards against businesses in product liability suits where no one is at fault mean greater costs for consumers. Even when businesses win their cases in court, ATRA argued, the cost of defending frivolous liability lawsuits has increased a typical family’s annual grocery bill by...

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    Sake is in an induced coma in the hospital. Please send your prayers to him and Marti here.

    1973/4 Gallaretto’s and Thirty Tons of Bricke

    Editor’s note: I again mention women at the time, not to brag, but because it happened and I hope I’m reminding people that men and women really do attract each other. We seem to have a problem understanding that today. ______________________________________ Around 1973 0r 74 my partners and I had an opportunity to buy a beautiful restaurant in Torrance CA. It was built and opened as “Gallarretto’s,” a high end, very classy, high roller restaurant for the heavy hitters in Palos...

    *****SUAnews Blog – Dec 1st — Dec 7th 30th*******

    BLOG ABOUT ANYTHING ____________________________________________________ SUA RECIPES _________________________________________________ We must always defend the Electoral College There is no such thing as a popular vote As this election settles in, the left is going to be calling to eliminate the Electoral College and that can not be allowed to happen. We are not a Democracy, we are a Republic. Our Fore Fathers understood that as the population increased there would be hubs of cities that would...

    1970 – 1975 The Raintree Years

    Editor’s Note: I get a bit descriptive with a subject in this chapter so if you don’t want to read anything that I would classify as semi-adult language, don’t read on. Just to be clear, there were never any Hippies at The Raintree.  _________________________________________       Soon after my success with Production Data Systems, in mid-1969, I started going out almost every night. I had broken up with a girl I had been with for over two years and I was ready to hit the...

    A Letter About Cuba

    Editors Note: About ten years ago a couple I know in Mexico were taking a trip to Cuba. When they told they were going I asked the wife if she would write to me about the trip. At the time she asked me why and I just said she would probably find out. She did. I’ve left her letter and my translation as received except for my translation in between her lines. I’ve left it hard to read so you can get the feeling she had in writing it. I’m posting this today in celebration of Castro’s...

    Obama and Cuba

    Editors Note:  The following is taken from the notes I had for a radio show I did in 2014 or 2015. The comment that 50 years of sanctions haven’t worked is about the most misguided comment I’ve ever heard. When Fidel Castro chose to align with the Soviet Union, instead of freedom, he surprised the heck out of the US government. Since then and since the first sanctions were placed by Eisenhower and Kennedy, the Communist regime has been propped up by first, the Soviet Union and then Venezuela...

    1965 – 1966 Ford Aeronutronics

      When I sold the Doll house I had a rough time getting a job. I had gone on a short vacation blowing the money I had made on the Doll House sale and I hadn’t realized how hard it would be to get a job. At every interview I was told I was over qualified because of the job I had had at AiResearch as a Production Control Supervisor. Things got so bad I was living in a pay by the night cheap hotel. It was an all-male hotel and there actually was a sign outside my window that blinked “CHEAP”...

    1964 – 1965 The Plush Bunny & The Doll House

    In 1960’s Southern California beer bars were in their hey day. There were beer bars that featured entertainment and beer bars that featured topless waitresses. There were beer bars that only sold beer and some that served wine. They usually had any number of pool tables, but those that weren’t topless had entertainment and dancing. One of the biggest beer bars was a place called Lil Abner’s in Long Beach. There was the Whale House, The Tomcat, Apple Annie’s and The Plush Bunny to name a few...

    1968 – 1971 Production Data Systems

    After leaving Burgmaster I immediately formed Production Data Systems Inc, (PSDI) and started marketing my products. I had my boxes of tab cards that were the entire MRP system and I also made a deal to lease the computer owned by Data Systems of San Diego (DSSD. I made a deal so that the computer and facilities would be essentially mine from 6 PM every Friday till 6AM Monday morning. Don Weber, the owner, agreed and the deal would start when I got my first customer. In this way, I could honestly...

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