Tag Archives: Observer

Luxury

Young George Trofimoff had never experienced luxury. Growing up in his foster home in the Russian emigre enclave of Berlin, he was well cared for and was raised in a good environment. That is not to say there was an excess of goods, and, as World War II progressed, there were...

Jackie the Unknown

No one ever knew Jackie — no one. That’s what I learned from four years of golf and nights of rumicube with the woman. I am referring to Jackie Bancroft Spencer Morgan (“Jackie”). Many thought she had lost her mind when she married a gay interior decorator twenty plus years...

A Note of Reason (United States of America v. George Trofimoff)

There is a propagandist strategy I call “a note of reason”. It is used by good (successful) salesmen, evangelists, and core political ideologues. The idea and the approach is simple, but it takes practice to perfect. When used effectively, the customer, the church goer ( I am always reminded of...

The Observer

In the practice of law, there are those who classify and stereotype instead of observe. No two people are alike. Each person has their own life experience. It may be the same act as had occurred with someone else. After all, there is nothing new under the sun, but for...