Tag Archives: Marvin Charton

How I Thought I Was Gonna Get Kicked Out of MOMA.


Yesterday we went to the Museum of Modern Art in Manhattan on West 53rd Street.  Mom once had a cartoon from the New Yorker, with a class on a class trip and a painting.  The caption is the teacher saying, … Continue reading

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The New York City Subway, Another Layer of Hell?


        It’s August when I’m writing this.  Just going into a subway station is enough to make you sweat.  Stale would consider the air in the New York Subway offensive.  My father, Marvin Charton, used to refer … Continue reading

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Soccer World Cup Brazil Pele and Michael Palin


As the World Cup is in Brazil, I will translate this into Portuguese.  You will have to live with Google Translator for that and any Portuguese speakers can yell at me later.  🙂   Soccer as it’s called in the … Continue reading

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Some Jewish Humor.


The first was in the Amy Chua, Jed Rubenfeld book, The Triple Package on page 107.  This is from historian Lawrence J. Epstein. A Jewish woman is elected President of the United States.  She wants her mother to come to … Continue reading

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Am I Getting Too Old for Happy Hour?


It was my coworkers birthday, so I joined some of my coworkers for Happy Hour after work.  At fifty-seven, I was the oldest person there.  I was feeling my age.  I reacted the way my father, Marvin Charton, used to … Continue reading

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Saguaro Romance Writers Meeting April 26th, 2014, Firefighter Tony Cota.


This is the blurb from Facebook we had for the meeting.   Chapter Meeting April 26, 2014: DANGEROUS MEN!This month marks our annual “Dangerous Jobs” meeting, where we bring in speakers who experience the sort of adventure we writers like to put … Continue reading

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Spring Fling, Russian Style.


In the United States, students go to warm beaches and party.  (I didn’t I attended City College of New York, a commuter school.  Being the son of Marvin Charton, a professor at Pratt Institute, a college with dorms, I learned … Continue reading

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