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About nhbrownlee

Advertising copywriter, Creative Director and state of New York college professor. I love true stories. Who doesn't?

Decadence

I have an outdoor shower.  (Yes, before you ask, I also have a normal indoor shower and a bathroom.) This past summer I have been using my outdoor shower on a daily basis.  In the morning I go to the … Continue reading

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Brown and White on the beach

I was at the beach today. Beautiful day.  The beach is called Cooper Beach and is located in Southampton, New York. This time of year the it is filled with visitors who want to relax on the beach that has … Continue reading

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THEY are taking YOUR job away!

That’s what the 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue resident said to a group of his supporters — otherwise known as the”deplorables”, the “base”, the “knuckleheads at the end of the bar.” “THEY are taking YOUR job away and sending it overseas.” Mmmm…I … Continue reading

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Say HI and be happy

Hasn’t America had enough of the person who occupies the White House? The person who lost the 2016 election popular tally by 3 million votes? The person who has driven the national debt up to historical, and hysteria-producing, levels? The … Continue reading

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Show me…

After watching all of the shenanigans with the release of the Mueller report I am very dismayed and disappointed. Doesn’t the Attorney General of the USA trust the judgement of the American people? Doesn’t the administration of the President who-shall-go-nameless … Continue reading

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Man of the streets?

This is the house where our President grew up.  Yes, our current President. You know, the same guy who claims he’s from the “streets” of New York City. Technically this house in Jamaica Estates is part of New York City … Continue reading

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The purpose of pebbles

So it’s a new year.  A fresh set of 365 days to jump into. So what will we do with them? The scariest thing for me at least is that if I fill every 24 hour chunk with productive work … Continue reading

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