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Do You Grok Rereading?

I stayed up until three in the morning finishing the last few hundred pages of Robert A. Heinlein’s, Stranger in a Strange Land. I hadn’t read it in at least ten years and must say it was just as good if not better than I remember. For those of you who haven’t read it, I […]

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Love Letter or Hate Mail?

  Sadly, I’ve realized I have a love hate affair with mail. On some days I find myself checking the mailbox multiple times of the day. Why? I don’t know. Maybe I’m bored. Maybe I’m looking for an excuse to step outside. Routinely, I check my mailbox every time I enter or exit my home, […]

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Happy Labor Day

For all of you that have today off, enjoy it! Ironically, the very labor union groups that are responsible for this holiday are at their lowest percentage levels in more than 70 years. Only 11.9 percent of American workers are in unions. Only 6.9 percent of private sector employees are in unions. For more labor […]

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The Selfishness of Altruism

Today I’m thinking about how I’ve always enjoyed work the most when I didn’t have to do it. When I was in college I’d go to the Kettle to study with a friend. We didn’t share a class. It was just an excuse to remove ourselves from our normal distractions and place ourselves where the […]

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