Laughter Therapy column: 06-22-19

Must start with a share today. I so look forward to changing the date on my “Life’s Little Instruction Calendar,” as some of them are hilarious. Yesterday’s instruction was “Never order corn on the cob on a first date.”

My Turn: Dads deserve recognition

On Father’s Day, I am reminded of my dad, Clarence Y. Nozaki (Mongoose). Even though he passed away more than 21 years ago, it seems like only yesterday that he was still with us. He definitely filled our family and society with a lot of laughter and fun times.

Barreca column: A letter to Dad for Father’s Day

Because the dead don’t leave forwarding addresses, Dad, I’m not sure where to send this, but I’m writing anyway in celebration of Father’s Day. I’m once again proving your point: I’m relentless if I’m determined to make it happen.

My Turn: DMV staff between rock and hard place

As one who has been in that horrendous DMV line for three-plus hours and as one who has been behind that service window to help you, I am in a position to make some statements both by observation and experience as a systems analyst and process improvement professional.

My Turn: Old white men should legislate male reproductive rights

They’re at it again, old white men living in the past, arrogant, completely out of touch with women, and trying to control half of the supposedly equal citizenry, according to their antiquated thinking. The U.S. has lots of faults and instances of ignorance despite its promises of equality and democracy. But this is among the worst of the faults and the instances of ignorance.