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Gratefulgiving

I am thankful I went through puberty.  I am thankful I went to grad school.  I am thankful I had my wisdom teeth pulled.  I am thankful I had my gallbladder out.  Why would I be thankful for these awkward and somewhat painful experiences? You see, the Oxford Dictionary defines the word thankful as “pleased and relieved.” This puts the…

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False Words Show True Colors

Words are tricky, that is to say they can be tricky.  You have to listen carefully to what a person is saying. Aaron Rogers never said he was vaccinated, he said he was immunized. Tom Brady was asked if he was a cheater, he answered “I don’t believe so.”  He did not answer “no.” President Bill Clinton said “I did…

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Authenticity of Availability

If you’re like me and 3.28 million other people, you watch Good Morning America on ABC each morning.  However, yesterday we saw something special.  While reading a story on the passing of Jovita Moore, anchor T.J. Holmes cried.  It’s not unusual for T.J. to show emotion on the air, he’s usually bringing excitement for his segments of “Tell T.J.” where…

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Stay Your Course

Ruth Bader Ginsberg once said something along the lines of, “Everyone calls me a liberal, but I’m a moderate.  I was appointed a moderate, but the court shifted conservative, so looks like I’m a liberal.  I haven’t changed, the court did.” This is true for many great leaders.  They stay their course.  The prevailing winds may shift, popularity may move,…

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Think? Think, Again!

You know the name Ken Jennings, you know the name James Holzhauer, and now you know the name Matt Amodio; not to mention my personal favorite Buzzy “Mr. Personality” Cohen.   However, do you know the names: Nancy Zerg, Emma Boettcher, and now Jonathan Fisher?  Probably not.  After ending Ken’s 74 game winning streak Nancy was a one-time champion.  After ending…

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The Good and the Bad of the Ups and the Downs

There’s an old phrase that says if you sit in one place in New York City long enough the whole world will walk by.  When it does, you can then say, “Well, now I’ve seen everything.” In the same vein, fiction becomes reality as William Shatner, most famous for purposes of this blog for his portrayal of Captain James T….

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