dkSez : : : : : : Don Kahle's blog

Quips, queries, and querulous quibbles from the quirky mind of Don Kahle

dkSez : : : : : : Don Kahle's blog random header image

Entries Tagged as 'deekay'

Superman Never Had Sandy’s Sly Smile

October 19th, 2018 No Comments

Bozo’s Circus was televised live every weekday at noon on WGN-TV. Every kid in Chicagoland dreamed of someday being in the audience for this show.

Tags:

Unasked Questions for Judge Kavanaugh

October 3rd, 2018 No Comments

Do you believe your outrage today against a secret pro-Clinton cabal comports well with the temperament required of a Supreme Court justice?

Tags:

Murphy’s Law and the American Midwest

July 30th, 2018 No Comments

The stories we tell animate the world around us, and many people in the heartland have gotten used to shading their stories in darker tones.

Tags:

Where I Learned My ABCs in Community Organizing

July 30th, 2018 No Comments

I wouldn’t be surprised if there were people back then who had the same hesitations expressed in Bethel last week. We all say we want diversity, but when diversity moves in next door, things can look very different.

Tags:

More Car Shopping Thoughts

July 30th, 2018 No Comments

In the end, I bought a car from a local fellow who advertised in the newspaper and probably nowhere else. I can’t be sure that I got the best deal, but he also can’t be sure he found the best buyer. At least in that way, he and I came out even.

Tags:

Car Shopping Has Become Very Complicated

July 30th, 2018 No Comments

There are so many places to look, no one is seeing everything any more. We were all on the same page — back when we had pages and not screens.

Tags:

Best Seat in the Hayward House

July 30th, 2018 No Comments

Pole vaulters need superior strength, technique, and timing to succeed. Those three can be seen best from seat O-14-14.

Tags:

Women’s Basketball Rewards Attendees With Joy

March 19th, 2018 No Comments

Most of what you’ll see if you go to the game is not quantifiable. When Hebard and Ionescu execute the pick-and-roll, it’s poetry in motion. Where is joy listed on the stat sheet?

Tags:

The Attention Economy Names Our Price — It’s Alarmingly Low

February 28th, 2018 No Comments

This is no longer the Information Age, if it ever was. Information has certainly become super-abundant, but it was always a means to an end. We’re learning to call this the Attention Economy, because that’s really what drives it.

Tags:

TSA Pre Makes Airport Travel Relatively Less Terrible

February 26th, 2018 No Comments

TSA Pre doesn’t make those hassles disappear, but it lessens them. The expedited process is strategically placed beside the regular process. Everyone can see that you’re getting special privileges.

Tags: