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Are You Sure ‘Hef’ Knows About This?

October 16, 2015
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As it turns out, you haven’t really ‘arrived’ in today’s world unless the Internet has declared you dead, defunct or ‘discontinued’ at least once. The reportage of death –or some other rite of passage — on the…

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Dealing with Goliath

October 8, 2015
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Sooner or later you have to face your fears. You have to confront Goliath,’ the thing that’s always loomed large over your existence – the dead of night dark… the soaring heights… the closed-in spaces……

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John Boehner and Zippidity-Do-Da Days

September 28, 2015
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I once worked for an abusive boss, a man who proved impossible to please.   Congenitally mean, though he wore no eye-patch, he had all of the charm, charisma and management style of your average,…

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No Happy Campers

September 21, 2015
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Author’s Note: No Happy Campers is Part II and Conclusion of Telling Tales Out of School. The truth is if you’re an eleven year-old school boy trying to “apply himself” for the very first time,…

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Telling Tales Out of School

September 19, 2015
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It is a fact that if you’re a kid growing up in America in the Fifties and Sixties, the last day of school is better than Christmas! You’re free, unfettered and unchaned. Nothing but blue…

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It gets worse…

September 18, 2015
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Dear Young Self: Lately, you can hardly turn on morning TV without seeing someone from Oprah Winfrey to Colin Powell to Miss America reading “A Letter to My Younger Self.” It’s one of the latest…

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Death, Taxes and Steel

November 14, 2014
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Death, Taxes and Steel

Seems as if we can hardly go more than a few days without the occurrence of another tipping point moment. Tipping points refer to one of those instants in time in which a new way…

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Stupid Body Parts Tricks

November 10, 2014
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I’ve been getting older for awhile now.  The aging thing, I figure, started around the time I was six years old, though truthfully it might have started at an earlier age.  (But since this is…

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High Noon: A Cautionary Tale of Customer Service

September 24, 2014
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High Noon: A Cautionary Tale of Customer Service

“It’s 12:00 noon for crying out loud. What do you mean I’ve got to wait thirty minutes for my fries? How can you possibly be out of fries…at this time of the day,” I ask…

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Trash Talkin’ in the Rx Line

September 22, 2014
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I was as much curious as anything else to see what the doctor had actually prescribed. Just to look at the script, it looks to be written in some ancient code, scratched on paper either…

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