Monthly Archives: June 2012

Make It A Perfect Game

A long time ago, I heard Don Sutton, Atlanta Braves radio announcer, tell this story about Sandy Koufax. Don’t stop reading because you aren’t a baseball fan, because it’s not a baseball story.  Oh, it might sound like one initially, but trust me, … Continue reading

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Quit Crying – Keep Writing

We have cable TV but only because it is the only way to get fast, usually dependable, internet service.   The only thing we watch on TV is Braves Baseball.  I probably wouldn’t watch that, but Christina is a big Chipper … Continue reading

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Follow Your Heart – It Knows

Last Friday, driving home from the day job and scanning XM Satellite radio channels, I heard a promo for Bob Edwards Weekend radio show. The ad caught my attention for a couple of reasons. First, I’m a Bob Edwards fan … Continue reading

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Hydration – Things I Learned Today

The importance of hydration is something I should have learned my first month of running in Laurel, Mississippi.  I didn’t learn it then, primarily because I run at night, and it’s normally cooler at night, even in the south. Now, … Continue reading

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Why Recession & Zero Interest Rates Are The Future

The problem is the national debt. All the other arguments aside, the national debt is at least 50% larger than it was 4 years ago. And showing no signs of shrinking. That means that the Fed cannot afford to raise … Continue reading

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Life Within Its Usual Frame – And Without…

I wasn’t going to write a blog post today, at least not right now.  Then I read Jo VonBargen’s post, Poetry: Evidence of Life, made a comment on it, and then I read one of Oscar Sparrow’s posts, The Poetic … Continue reading

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Triberr – What I Learned Today

I’ve been a Triberr user and tribe chief for more than six months.  I know, from experience, that Triberr is the best tool ever built for bloggers.  I also know that until I started poking behind Triberr doors and windows, … Continue reading

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Why I Support Zombies

My first day in the car business was confusing, to say the least. I didn’t have a clue what the Operating Partner of a new car dealership was supposed to do in spite of the fact that I was one. … Continue reading

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One Small Step for Man, One Giant Leap for Bloggers.

   

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Things I’ve Learned Today

I didn’t intend to learn anything new today – I intended to use some of the knowledge that I already acquired to work on my latest novel and maybe write a new blog post that, this morning, only exists in my head. … Continue reading

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