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You Don’t Know What It Is Like Because It Hasn’t Happened To You…Are You Sure?

February 14, 2016
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How many times have people accused you of not being able to understand their situation because you have never experienced the same thing?  “You don’t know what it is like to be divorced because you…

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This is Why Cam Newton is a Winner!

February 12, 2016
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“Show me a good and gracious loser and I’ll show you a failure.” – Numerous Attributions I’m very glad that the Denver Broncos’ defense sent Peyton Manning home a winner for what will likely be…

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Past the Half-Century Mark at the Drugstore (TMI)

February 10, 2016
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Last week I turned fifty-one years old. Any birthday marks another year closer to death. However, this one had the added significance of being greater than the mid-century mark. I am not sure at what…

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A Rolling Kidney Stone Gathers No Moss

February 6, 2016
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I just turned 51 years old and am on my way up to the crest of the hill and about to go over it. To top it off I’ve had a bad week. I spent…

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Suck It Up And Have A Merry Christmas!

December 12, 2015
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Yes, even though I am not religious I am actually going to defend the slogan of “Merry Christmas” on behalf of Christians. While I do not feel that blank coffee cups or secular holiday greetings…

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Is the Red Cup Half Empty or Half Full?

November 11, 2015
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Welcome to the latest contrived societal controversy. Starbucks is using blank red cups to sell coffee during Christmas time. Oh, the humanity! Stand back please! Oh my! This started when a video posted by a…

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Three Dislikes of Social Media

September 4, 2015
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I came late to Facebook but was an early adopter of Twitter. Over the past several years I have navigated the ranks of many other social media networks. There are at least three reoccurring and…

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This Is Breaking News

June 3, 2015
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This Is Breaking News

Every time I’m ahead of schedule something happens to knock me back. I was trucking along mowing the grass in my “mowing trance” and soaking up some sunshine today when all of a sudden a…

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Every Cliché Has Its Day

April 25, 2015
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Every Cliché Has Its Day

One thing I cannot stand whether it’s within the written word, in the common vernacular, or in a highbrow speech is the use of clichés. For some reason, however, after all is said and done…

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When It Comes to Aliens Opinions Vary, Really!

April 15, 2015
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When It Comes to Aliens Opinions Vary, Really!

Last week officials from NASA made assertions that alien life could be found relatively soon. Their chief scientist Ellen Stofan said during a panel discussion regarding water in the universe, “I think we’re going to…

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