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“Believe It Or Not” – The Hyatt Stories

The following is a story I wrote the company newsletter while working as a Bellman at the Hyatt at Fisherman’s Wharf newsletter back in the 1990s. The premise for the article was to gather stories from various folks in the hotel and leave it to the reader to determine...

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Summer Reading

Summer reading for hight school. Ususally 1-3 books of 250ish page lenght. Summer these is no reading but plenty of time. Summerr deadline it becuase a math exercise   50 pages a day for next 30 days. etc.

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“The Day I Saved Hyatt” – The Hyatt Stories

The following is a story I wrote the company newsletter while working as a Bellman at the Hyatt at Fisherman’s Wharf newsletter back in the 1990s. The premise for the article was to gather stories from various folks in the hotel and leave it to the reader to determine...

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Spelling Bee

Moderator: "The word is: Delineate" Contestant:  "Del-in-ee-ate? Humm, Del-in-eeh-ate. Can you use that in a sentence please? Moderator: "Sure. Spell the word: Delineate"

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What’s In a Name?

You may have noticed that some singers are forever-nicknamed by some of their most popular songs or lyrics, even when the songs were not directly written about themselves. John Lennon is often referred to as "The Walrus;" Elton John is "Rocket Man;" Madonna the...

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Grievances, the book

So, I wrote a book. Yes, that sounds weird to me too. It's a compilation of my "Festivus 'Airing of Grievances’ Project" rants, with several new ones added in to make it worth your while. But that's not all! I’ve also added some funny illustrations, courtesy of my...

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Year(‘s Work) In Review

Thanks to everyone who purchased “Grievances” over the past month. The comments I’ve received online and in person have been overwhelmingly positive, which is shocking to me. There must be a lot of repressed anger out there... [Initiate Begging Routine] Anyway, if you...

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Scrawny

Many years ago, after my father emigrated to America, his father brought one of my Dad's younger brothers to a Seminary (in Ireland) to hopefully be taken in to start his journey into the priesthood. The priest at the door said, "He's kind of scrawny, isn't he?" My...

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Message from Thomas McKeon

This is a one-time email, I won't bother you again.  "Grievances" by Thomas McKeon Friends, Colleagues and other people unfortunate enough to be in my address book,  No, this is not step 9 of 12; I can assure you, I’m still drinking quite heavily. This is an email to...

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Walking

My Mom said that with her first child she was overwhelmed with joy when he started to walk. When the second child started to walk, after a year of chasing after #1, she would go over and knock #2 down.

read more

“Believe It Or Not” – The Hyatt Stories

The following is a story I wrote the company newsletter while working as a Bellman at the Hyatt at Fisherman’s Wharf newsletter back in the 1990s. The premise for the article was to gather stories from various folks in the hotel and leave it to the reader to determine...

read more

Summer Reading

Summer reading for hight school. Ususally 1-3 books of 250ish page lenght. Summer these is no reading but plenty of time. Summerr deadline it becuase a math exercise   50 pages a day for next 30 days. etc.

read more

“The Day I Saved Hyatt” – The Hyatt Stories

The following is a story I wrote the company newsletter while working as a Bellman at the Hyatt at Fisherman’s Wharf newsletter back in the 1990s. The premise for the article was to gather stories from various folks in the hotel and leave it to the reader to determine...

read more

Spelling Bee

Moderator: "The word is: Delineate" Contestant:  "Del-in-ee-ate? Humm, Del-in-eeh-ate. Can you use that in a sentence please? Moderator: "Sure. Spell the word: Delineate"

read more

What’s In a Name?

You may have noticed that some singers are forever-nicknamed by some of their most popular songs or lyrics, even when the songs were not directly written about themselves. John Lennon is often referred to as "The Walrus;" Elton John is "Rocket Man;" Madonna the...

read more

Grievances, the book

So, I wrote a book. Yes, that sounds weird to me too. It's a compilation of my "Festivus 'Airing of Grievances’ Project" rants, with several new ones added in to make it worth your while. But that's not all! I’ve also added some funny illustrations, courtesy of my...

read more

Year(‘s Work) In Review

Thanks to everyone who purchased “Grievances” over the past month. The comments I’ve received online and in person have been overwhelmingly positive, which is shocking to me. There must be a lot of repressed anger out there... [Initiate Begging Routine] Anyway, if you...

read more

Scrawny

Many years ago, after my father emigrated to America, his father brought one of my Dad's younger brothers to a Seminary (in Ireland) to hopefully be taken in to start his journey into the priesthood. The priest at the door said, "He's kind of scrawny, isn't he?" My...

read more

Message from Thomas McKeon

This is a one-time email, I won't bother you again.  "Grievances" by Thomas McKeon Friends, Colleagues and other people unfortunate enough to be in my address book,  No, this is not step 9 of 12; I can assure you, I’m still drinking quite heavily. This is an email to...

read more

Walking

My Mom said that with her first child she was overwhelmed with joy when he started to walk. When the second child started to walk, after a year of chasing after #1, she would go over and knock #2 down.

read more

“Believe It Or Not” – The Hyatt Stories

The following is a story I wrote the company newsletter while working as a Bellman at the Hyatt at Fisherman’s Wharf newsletter back in the 1990s. The premise for the article was to gather stories from various folks in the hotel and leave it to the reader to determine...

read more

Summer Reading

Summer reading for hight school. Ususally 1-3 books of 250ish page lenght. Summer these is no reading but plenty of time. Summerr deadline it becuase a math exercise   50 pages a day for next 30 days. etc.

read more

“The Day I Saved Hyatt” – The Hyatt Stories

The following is a story I wrote the company newsletter while working as a Bellman at the Hyatt at Fisherman’s Wharf newsletter back in the 1990s. The premise for the article was to gather stories from various folks in the hotel and leave it to the reader to determine...

read more

Spelling Bee

Moderator: "The word is: Delineate" Contestant:  "Del-in-ee-ate? Humm, Del-in-eeh-ate. Can you use that in a sentence please? Moderator: "Sure. Spell the word: Delineate"

read more

What’s In a Name?

You may have noticed that some singers are forever-nicknamed by some of their most popular songs or lyrics, even when the songs were not directly written about themselves. John Lennon is often referred to as "The Walrus;" Elton John is "Rocket Man;" Madonna the...

read more

Grievances, the book

So, I wrote a book. Yes, that sounds weird to me too. It's a compilation of my "Festivus 'Airing of Grievances’ Project" rants, with several new ones added in to make it worth your while. But that's not all! I’ve also added some funny illustrations, courtesy of my...

read more

Year(‘s Work) In Review

Thanks to everyone who purchased “Grievances” over the past month. The comments I’ve received online and in person have been overwhelmingly positive, which is shocking to me. There must be a lot of repressed anger out there... [Initiate Begging Routine] Anyway, if you...

read more

Scrawny

Many years ago, after my father emigrated to America, his father brought one of my Dad's younger brothers to a Seminary (in Ireland) to hopefully be taken in to start his journey into the priesthood. The priest at the door said, "He's kind of scrawny, isn't he?" My...

read more

Message from Thomas McKeon

This is a one-time email, I won't bother you again.  "Grievances" by Thomas McKeon Friends, Colleagues and other people unfortunate enough to be in my address book,  No, this is not step 9 of 12; I can assure you, I’m still drinking quite heavily. This is an email to...

read more

Walking

My Mom said that with her first child she was overwhelmed with joy when he started to walk. When the second child started to walk, after a year of chasing after #1, she would go over and knock #2 down.

read more