Category Archives: Journalism

Upgrading To Dave 5.4 / The ReBoot

“There is guidance for each of us, and by lowly listening, we shall hear the right word.”  –Ralph Waldo Emerson It’s my birthday. If you know me, or have followed me on Facebook over the years, you would expect me … Continue reading

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“And Walter Cronkite Was There”

Shortly after 9PM tonight, a cable news program alerted me to the news that Walter Cronkite, once hailed as “The Most Trusted Man in America” had passed away at the age of 92. It struck me as regrettable that Cronkite … Continue reading

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Mobile, Alabama Vote For Dave

I’m a fan of Mobile, Alabama’s bi-weekly newspaper called Lagniappe. I was even interviewed by the paper back in March of 2007. Regular sections in Lagniappe are Commentary, Cuisine, Music, Style, Arts, and Classifieds. Since 2003, Lagniappe has featured the … Continue reading

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Are You A Movie Buff?

Think you’re a movie buff? I’d venture to say that I have a friend that could trump you on just about any trivia involving any movie, anywhere. When I first met Van Roberts, he was a reporter at WCBI-TV in … Continue reading

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Last Honest Reporter? / “Getting Political”

Orson Scott Card is a science fiction writer, critic, columnist, memebr of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints and a confessed Democrat. My scant research on the man revealed to me that along with his Democrat Party … Continue reading

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We’ll Miss You “Wild Bill”

It starts off like most obituaries: William Wright Sorrels William Wright Sorrels, age 83, of West Point, passed away on July 12, 2008 at the Veterans Home in Kosciusko, MS. He was born on July 28, 1924 in Cordova, TN. … Continue reading

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