Monthly Archives: June 2011

Invasive Pat Down

Linda and I aren’t overly experienced travelers, having only been on two trips that required flights in the last forty years. Things have changed in the forty years since we were flying on a fairly regular basis. A little event … Continue reading

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Adventure NOT

Linda and I just returned from a one week vacation to south Florida and the Bahamas. It will take me days or possibly weeks to decompress from the experience. To be sure we had some wonderful moments but over all … Continue reading

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Politician or Statesman

For many years my father spoke of the difference between a politician and a statesman.  By my dad’s definition a politician’s main concern is for his/her personal and professional survival. A statesman on the other hand takes on the mantle of leadership … Continue reading

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It must be nice

I’ve just started reading David Fessenden’s new book titled “Concept to Contract.” Already I’m hung up on one of the things he says. It isn’t because he’s wrong. I’m sure he’s absolutely 100% correct. Dave says send in the book … Continue reading

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Who are you?

I posted the following on Facebook last night: “Ask me an interesting question.”  I had three takers, all with interesting questions but only one is keeping me awake. “Who are you?” The short answer is, I don’t know. How would … Continue reading

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To do lists

Earlier tonight I posted this on Facebook. “A to do list is a weasel that will ruin you unless you kill it.” So far two ayes and one nay. In my studies of Human Temperament I’ve learned that over a … Continue reading

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What they are really saying

Yesterday I ate at McDonald’s restaurant. It appeared to be  a shift change as the young manager gathered  recent arrivals. I didn’t pay much attention until I heard a young girl cry. She was seriously over weight, slow-moving and didn’t appear to … Continue reading

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