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Jim Goldsworthy - Anything and Everything

Jim Goldsworthy - Anything and Everything
  • A lot of American soldiers were there

    Gettysburg’s annual Remembrance Day parade commemorates a short speech President Lincoln made there, incomplete versions of which are said to be found in the Lincoln Memorial itself and President Obama’s recent recitation of it.

    November 30, 2013

  • Guess which one it is that people remember

    Some of us still remember Justin Wilson, the beloved Cajun cook who had a show on PBS a number of years back.

    November 23, 2013

  • We’ve got something here, but don’t know it

    Although I spent much of my youth playing pinball machines, I’ve never had much use for video games.

    November 16, 2013

  • Kids sometimes get the sanitized version

    I already knew that Bill was dying before I met him.
    His family said he hadn’t been told and didn’t know it, but judging from things he said when nobody else was listening, I suspect he was well aware of his impending collision with mortality.

    November 9, 2013

  • It was his beer, but she managed to spill it

    As we noted last week, a man is likely to find himself in trouble with a woman at any given time, without his realizing it or even understanding why.

    November 2, 2013

  • Don’t understand? You still can learn from it

    One of my favorite commercials at this time features a man who is dressed like a ninja, tumbling and crawling and sneaking his way through a semi-darkened room that is crisscrossed by laser beams.
    He makes it to a wall and reaches for a thermostat. Just as he touches it, all perdition breaks loose.

    October 26, 2013

  • There is only one punishment for this

    How close I came to making it through, I’ll never know. I couldn’t have missed it by more than a couple of minutes, if that.

    October 19, 2013

  • Feed them bacon; it will work wonders

    Certain terms or phrases must have been thought up by someone who had entirely too much time on his hands.

    October 12, 2013

  • These two little words can have a big impact

    People usually can find a way to communicate, if they want to do so.
    Capt. Gary and First Sergeant Goldy occasionally are visited by Italians — usually a busload at a time.

    October 5, 2013

  • JIM GOLDSWORTHY It was much better than a $500 dinner

    When Capt. Gary and First Sergeant Goldy took a break from Gettysburg Eddie’s and walked out into Steinwehr Avenue, we were greeted by a cascade of aerial explosions maybe half a mile away.
I will not try to describe it for you, although I know people who think they have sufficient talent and would try.

    October 1, 2013 1 Photo

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