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Clark Hollow Ramblings: Dry and dusty

Richard Brady is hoping by the time you read this we will have been blessed with a little rain, and remembers those trips to Dad's 18-foot, hand-dug well in Pullentown.
Clark Hollow Ramblings: The correct diagnosis

A correct diagnosis, knowing what the problem is, is essential to fixing the problem. Seems pretty straightforward, doesn’t it? Unfortunately, when it comes to defending what this country stands for, it is not.
Still wandering aimlessly

It is hard to believe, but it has been over 10 years since I wrote an article for this paper called, “Wandering Aimlessly In The Woods." Needless to say, for good or for bad, I am still suffering from this…
Blessings from out of the blue

It is amazing to me where we can receive blessings. Now, admittedly, I am easily amazed. I have no shame in that. Let me give you but two examples.
Richard Brady: And the survey says?

I lament, again, what a shameful waste of charitable funds. You will have to excuse me now while I get my dictionary out and look up “privacy.” I seem to have forgotten what it means. I invite those who think…
A little dark humor

It was almost 10 p.m. I was headed to bed. The phone rang and my wife answered it before I could get to it. She came into the room carrying the portable phone and said, “It’s the doctor’s office.” Oh…