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Who Can It Be Knocking at My Door?

March 9, 2013
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Who Can It Be Knocking at My Door?

I pretty much have discovered what life is all about. I wake up in the morning and ask myself why I should bother getting out of bed. Is the answer because the birds are chirping,…

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Up and Down, Inside and Out

February 2, 2013
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Up and Down, Inside and Out

I have noticed on social media lately, especially on Twitter, the practice of taking opposite terms and describing them as independent forces working against each other or even going a step further and superimposing spiritual…

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Remembering Those Twisted Wonder Years

January 9, 2013
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Remembering Those Twisted Wonder Years

I don’t remember much at all about my grade school years. I’m not sure how anyone could remember detailed events from their Wonder Years. However, I do remember at least two brief episodes. I went…

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Why Republicans Lost Part Deux

November 22, 2012
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Why Republicans Lost Part Deux

Marco Rubio was recently asked by GQ how old he thinks the world is. Part of his answer was, “I’m not a scientist, man. I can tell you what recorded history says, I can tell…

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Why Republicans Lost (Not Suitable for the Title)

November 10, 2012
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Since President Obama won the election there has been much deliberation over what Republicans did wrong and what they need to do over the next few years to regain seats in Congress as well as…

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Is the Election Over Yet?

November 5, 2012
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Is the Election Over Yet?

This post is going up the day before the election. Since there has been so much focus on the economy during the campaigns, please allow me to explain why I do not have any strong feelings about…

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The Customer Is Always Right. Like Hell.

September 8, 2012
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In my younger days I owned a business and have since worked in various capacities for any number of companies. I do believe that customers are entitled to every effort and beyond to ensure that…

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Would You Vote for a Non-Believer?

August 30, 2012
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Would You Vote for a Non-Believer?

Will America ever vote for a non-believer? How about an agnostic? How about someone who classifies themselves as an atheist? The term “atheist” has a fervor associated with people who protest Christmas mangers and other religious…

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Profanity – If It Works, Use It!

August 5, 2012
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I happen to love cursing, swearing, cussing, or whatever linguistic term you wish to apply to it. The use of profanity is pretty much a cultural universal in all languages and dialects. In just about…

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Write On!

July 9, 2012
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I while back a friend of mine suggested that computers make people better writers. Agree? I would certainly say that with spell check and other word processing features a computer can make the mechanics of writing…

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