Mt. Airy activists march in New York to save planet

Life So Far | October 3rd, 2014 | 6 Comments

by Jim Harris A couple weeks ago, I was reading Greg Williams’ blog in which he talked about life after closing the Walk A Crooked Mile Bookstore at the Mount Airy Train Station, which he ran for 18 years. He spoke about seeking “the place where one’s bliss meets the world’s need.” Greg said he […]

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Put statues of corrupt Philly judges outside Art Museum

Life So Far | August 28th, 2014 | Leave a comment

by Jim Harris Corruption and mismanagement have been discovered in the court system, the police department and several other municipal departments in Philadelphia. Federal investigations are ongoing. Sound familiar? Well that’s the news from 1947, but it could have been 1927, 1867, 1987 or, of course, today. The only difference now is that a Democratic […]

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Can the Phillies be brought back to life by cloning?

Life So Far | July 31st, 2014 | Leave a comment

by Jim Harris Watching the currently on-life-support Philadelphia Phillies sleepwalk their way through this very depressing season reminds me of the 1993 film, “Jurassic Park,” which popularized the idea of cloning dinosaurs from fossils. While the technology necessary to achieve such a thing is a bit beyond what exists today, there have been a few […]

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