Bear gebhardt

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Name: bear gebhardt
Date registered: June 11, 2013

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  1. The Sheriff, Poor Guy . . . — March 29, 2015
  2. American Sniper in Iraq — February 17, 2015
  3. A Couple More Poems Published — February 17, 2015
  4. 7 Economic Signs for a Rich 2015 — February 17, 2015
  5. Let’s Change the Name of Pingree Park — December 15, 2014

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The Sheriff, Poor Guy . . .

As mentioned, I try to keep this blog updated with (most of) what I write and publish elsewhere, but am not always real quick. Here’s a link to an opinion piece I wrote for our local newspaper, came out a week ago, entitled Pot Laws Are Like Berlin Walls. Just say no.  

American Sniper in Iraq

Came across a beautifully crafted review of that sad new movie, American Sniper  by an actual American Sniper in Iraq. I posted it on my website, Dads Against Martyr and Military Madness, which you can read here.   Let’s war no more.  

A Couple More Poems Published

Had a couple of poems published recently In Constellations, a Journal of Poetry and Fiction Here they are just in case you don’t want to buy the magazine to have your own personal copy,   Old Friends, Parting   Once before, as young men, we two old friends parted  —him stuck with truck stop coffee …

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7 Economic Signs for a Rich 2015

Friends– I was asked to write an “economic outlook for 2015″  for our local “50 and Better” magazine,” Alas, it’s hard to find the article online. (Fifty and Better is a slick print publication.) And I know youo all must be dying to read it. So here it is:   2015: Seven Signs for a …

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Let’s Change the Name of Pingree Park

In response to the 150th anniversary of the tragic Sand Creek Massacre, I wrote a soapbox for our local newspaper, entitled Let’s Change the Name of Pingree Park,  George Pingree, after whom the Colorado State University Mountain Campus is named, was a harsh, cruel man, even for his times. At the Sand Creek massacre (November …

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Welcome to Bear’s Website

                        “Wherever you are, be the soul of that place.” —Rumi : Hello Friends— I don’t blog regularly. I do write regularly, but mostly for my other websites and outside publications. As millions of people will tell you, I’m not famous, so I get …

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A New Story Just Published

Hi friends… recently had a goofy little story published based on the work of Rupert Sheldrake. It’s called Morphic Resonance and you can find it here. Hope you enjoy.

The 500 Year Flood, One Year Later

Earlier this summer my old journalist friend, Stephen Johnson, and I had a lot of fun interviewing stormwater engineers up and down the front range for an article for Stormwater Magazine entitled, The 500 Year Flood, One Year Later. If this type of thing interests you, you can find the article here. Stay dry— Bear

How to Stop Smoking in 15 Easy Years

  Yay, it’s here!   After threatening to write this book for many decades, How to Stop Smoking in 15 Easy Years— A Slacker’s Guide to Final Quitting arrived on my doorstep this week. Twenty copies!   I’m tickled with this book. In all humility, I know it’s different, and easier and fresher and funner than any other …

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Step 1: Arrest the INNOCENCE OF MUSLIMS Filmakers

(This is another recent post I wrote for my DAMMM website)       One needed response that the U.S. should offer to the firestorms erupting in Egypt, Libya, Yemen, Bangladesh and other predominately Muslim countries is to arrest the Los Angeles filmmakers of The Innocence of Muslims for violation of the Hate Crimes Laws, as well …

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