Archive | July, 2011

Fix Your Credit!

Posted on 29 July 2011

  As of this writing, the United States of America is poised at the precipice of financial ruin: our lawmakers cannot find a solution to our staggering National Debt.  “Had our government been keeping a closer eye upon the country’s finances, and the allocation of those finances, we would not find ourselves in this mess!”  […]

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Held Hostage: Grandma and Grandpa!

Posted on 29 July 2011

Imagine, if you will, a horrific scenario in which your beloved grandparents are kidnapped.  You fear for their well-being.  You hope that the call will come, and come in time, instructing you concerning the amount of the ransom and where it is to be delivered.  Most of all, you pray that you have enough money […]

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The Deep End of the Pool

Posted on 28 July 2011

At the tail end of July, as the temperature creeps toward the 100-degree mark here in New Jersey, and the A/C system in my office continues to taunt me and the other residents of this building, temptation rears its cool little head.  I’m thinking of purchasing a pool, but I’m stalling … probably because of […]

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Mann vs. Ford: The Denouement

Posted on 26 July 2011

I have a personal saying, “There is no justice in this world, but there is the law.”   But after seeing the staggering denouement of the Mann vs. Ford case, I am no longer confident in the law.  I’d promised to recap that denouement for you, as per the HBO film that aired last Tuesday, July 19, […]

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What’s in a Smile?

Posted on 25 July 2011

What’s in a smile?  More than you may think!   In addition to conveying warmth, affection, and/or agreement, your smile is indicative of the health of your entire body.  Improper care of the teeth and oral cavity has been linked to cardiac disease and other adverse medical conditions.  Many clinical studies have confirmed this.  And yet, […]

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There’s Something Wrong with Aunt Diane: The Diane Schuler Story

Posted on 24 July 2011

Who is Diane Schuler, and why am I compelled to write an article about her?  I’d never met Diane Schuler, but the terrible accident in which she was involved on the Taconic State Parkway still burns in my memory — and not just for the particulars of her case.   Although what happened to me […]

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A Blind Eye: The Plight of the Ramapoughs

Posted on 22 July 2011

When I was asked last week to craft an article to help launch the upcoming HBO documentary, Mann vs. Ford, I had no idea how hard my heart was about to be wrenched, or how far my head was about to be blown. If you know someone who has recorded this documentary, I strongly urge […]

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Whale Watching, The Highlight of Our Vacation

Posted on 22 July 2011

When we went on our recent vacation, the last thing that I wanted to do was go whale watching. But my daughter and grandkids really wanted to go and do that. So I was kind of forced into going along with them. But I do have to say that I enjoyed it so much more […]

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Scam Bam Thankee Ma’am

Posted on 21 July 2011

Would You Buy a Used Car from These Guys? The typical household budget in America today is collapsing under the weight of declining property values, rampant unemployment, and inflationary pressures created by a weak dollar.  As a result, many Americans are faced with the grim reality that their individual lifestyles must change or they, like […]

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Easing the Ache: LGMedSupply.com

Posted on 21 July 2011

Approximately one hundred years ago, Edgar Cayce, a simple farm boy, was destined to emerge as “The Sleeping Prophet” and not so coincidentally, the father of modern holistic medicine.  Among the many non-invasive therapies Cayce had suggested were electrical stimulation as a means of inhibiting pain in and improving the functionality of one’s nerves and […]

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