Steve McEllistrem

The Devereaux Dilemma

Monthly Archives: July 2018

Progress for Progress’ Sake

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Newton’s third law of motion says that for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. This is true for progress too. Every time we move forward, part of our society moves backward. What I mean by this is … Continue reading

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Summer in the City

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I live not in the heart of the city but rather an inner ring suburb – relatively close to the downtowns and yet with a lawn that contains a few trees beside a small lake that’s more accurately described as … Continue reading

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My Garage, My Driveway

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When I first moved into my home, there was no garage, only a small shed for storing tools and my one-human-power reel lawnmower. The previous owners of the property made do for nearly thirty years parking on the street or … Continue reading

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