Christopher Sullivan 
Member since Dec 17, 2012


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Re: “The Year in Review

Thanks, Tom.You've recapped a momentous year that we are all looking forward to putting behind us. Now I'm relaxed.

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Posted by Christopher Sullivan on 12/21/2017 at 10:55 AM

Re: “Eternity 2.0

Thinks that this article may seem logical to some but to others, it is just folly. My supposition is that life is eternal anyway and that much of what we choose to manifest in this lifetime or the next is usually in sync with the metaphor we are currently living out. Mine included. This does not mean that I am in denial of the finality of death as some would choose to believe.

Posted by Christopher Sullivan on 07/12/2017 at 1:34 PM

Re: “George Takei's New Trek

Although I haven't been much of a "Trekkie", an Interred-Asian, or specifically gay man, I still find the career and life of George Takei fascinating.The author of this article paints a picture of an uncomplicated American original who has survived, and is now thriving in an ambiguous culture with an uncertain future. His bravery is demonstrated when virtual and actual worlds of real people meet. It is not surprising that he has gained an immense following in the realm of social media. A man of this caliber would be a natural for political office in any arena.His ending statement about humor being the connective glue that binds us, speaks of his humanity. Someone with this much insight and wisdom is desperately needed to lead us out of our virtual prison camps and into a closet that fits us all ...(Pun intended).

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Posted by Christopher Sullivan on 12/11/2013 at 9:16 AM

Re: “Kitchen Call

Is certain that Chefs Kronmark and Dopplefeild were able to offer top- notch training for our returning veteran warriors. Both have a professional demeanor that lends itself to proper guidance and direction rather than the idiotic, stereotypical shouting matches that are popularized by some current TV shows. These men have what it takes to provide the necessary ingredient for our wounded recovering vets... and that ingredient is heart.

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Posted by Christopher Sullivan on 05/11/2013 at 9:47 PM

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