Archive | April, 2012

Leave It All on the Field of Life

Posted on 30 April 2012

  One of the things that players and coaches often say or to which they allude regarding an upcoming contest is that they intend to “leave everything” on the field or court.  Presumably, this means that each athlete and coach will summon and employ all of their intellectual and physical resources to achieve the objective […]

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Posted on 27 April 2012

  To avoid annihilation and promulgate their controversial new religion, the early Christians went underground – often, literally.  Cognizant of the threat of persecution, and spreading truth through stealth and perseverance, The Faithful persevered to see Christianity become one of the major religions of the world.   When Clear Channel and Payola got their mitts […]

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It gets really hot in Texas ya’ll

Posted on 20 April 2012

  The Author of this post is Velma Baird   I grew up in Texas and pretty much have lived there my whole life with the exception of college. When I was growing up I just assumed that every other state and every other country, for that matter, were just as unbelievably hot as Texas […]

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Alaska: The Last Frontier

Posted on 20 April 2012

  The history surrounding the acquisition of our 49th State of the Union is quite different than those of the 48 States that preceded it.  Driven by would be come to be called Manifest Destiny, those who settled our 13 original colonies and those who followed them, striking westward, wrested land from the Native Americans.  […]

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Direct TV Wins Again! And So Do You!

Posted on 19 April 2012

  Consumers, the race is on!  Don’t bother lacing up your running shoes, donning sports apparel, or even placing a bet on a “sure horse.”  For this race, all you need to do is to be the spectator.  For this, you’ll feel as if you’ve earned First Place in a marathon or your filly came […]

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The Choice is Clear

Posted on 19 April 2012

  For more than twenty years, I have written curriculum vitae, resumes, cover letters, and other documents facilitating career advancement for a broad range of job seekers, including medical professionals, in the United States and the United Kingdom.  My responsibilities include directing my clients to access the external resources I am confident will benefit them […]

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Dodge that Curveball: Insurance Against Calamity

Posted on 18 April 2012

  Death and taxes.  Back in the day, these were the only two things in life on which we could supposedly count.  But, to death and taxes, every American can now add the following ugly truths and potentialities:   1.         A sinking economy   2.         Dwindling “entitlements” into which we, the taxpayers, have paid (i.e., […]

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Owner of Haunted House Sued!

Posted on 17 April 2012

   The annals of weird lawsuits is about to be thicker by one more page.  A young New Jersey couple is taking the owner of their rental home to court for not warning them that their rental property is … haunted!  Yes, an actual court date has been set for later this month (April 2012).  […]

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Gadgets for Geeks

Posted on 17 April 2012

  Don’t tell a soul, but I have a crush on Dr. Sheldon Cooper.  For the uninitiated, Dr. Cooper is the main factor in the equation of The Big Bang Theory.  On this hit comedy series, Sheldon is a 21st century Mr. Spock possessed of an eidetic memory and an IQ off the charts compared […]

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The New Evil Empire?

Posted on 13 April 2012

The image below and information contained in it were sent to me by a party unknown to me.  I was obviously sought out because of my position as a powerful, influential member of the media (LOL).  I do not know if the information presented is accurate and disclaim any responsibility for the content of this post. […]

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