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 By Chuck Sigars    Opinion    November 7, 2019 

Canceling our subscription to sleaze | Chuck's World

I run a small business, and I need widgets. You’re the owner of a widget factory. I’m me. You’re Bob. Hi Bob! My customers have become accustomed to quality service and products. They expect...

 

Watching for the scary part | Chuck's World

I should just take the week off. I don’t know anything about Halloween. Apparently I was sick the day they explained it. I understand the basics. I remember some fun Halloweens as a kid, going trick...

 

Living with ourselves when truth gets tricky | Chuck's World

It was a special day in my family when the diaries arrived. At some point in the 1970s, we were sent little journals from Nielsen Media Research to manually record what we watched on TV. For one...

 

The virtues of living virtually | Chuck's World

For someone whose summers are typically low-key seasons, this past one was an anomaly in the sense that I lost it. I spent about a month traveling this summer, making several trips, and I’m...

 

The kids are all right | Chuck's World

I’ve been reading your mail for 18 years. I just realized that sounds sort of illegal. Let me clarify. I’ve been writing this column for 18 years. A few weeks following the attacks of Sept. 11,...

 

The summer of '74 | Chuck Sigars

I’ve been exchanging text messages with an old friend lately, “old” as in old. We met when we were 15, 46 years ago this month. Maybe on this very day, who knows? I didn’t make a note in my...

 

Boldly going back to the future | Chuck's World

I suspect that most of us have a sense of the history we don’t really know. We grow and move beyond simple, chauvinistic attitudes about what happened in the past, elementary school lessons seen...

 

Breathy deeply and remain concerned | Chuck's World

At some point around the middle of last century, my father began to smoke cigarettes. He would have been around 13, although I’m just rounding off anecdotes for convenience; I don’t have an exact...

 

Falling into grace, one step at a time | Chuck's World

Summer in the Northwest is abstract, only minimally tethered to the calendar. Summer weather seldom gets going until mid-July, but the season starts when you decide it does. I suspect we all recognize...

 

Keeping it clear and vivid for as long as possible | Chuck's World

I'd like to state for the record that I consider Alan Alda to be a national treasure. I'm going to write a bit about Alda, so I wanted to be up front about my personal feelings. I should probably...

 

Lessons learned from a lifetime of Augusts | Chuck's World

"History never repeats itself," Mark Twain once said, "but it rhymes." Of course, if you believe the internet, Mark Twain said everything worth saying. Aside from a couple of nods in the direction of...

 

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