Monthly Archives: October 2012

NOT ANOTHER PERFECT STORM–AGAIN!

   You’ve already heard about Hurricane Sandy, which’ll hit the U.S. East Coast by early this upcoming week – and which many meteorologists predict will be, in many respects, even worse than Hurricane/Tropical Storm Irene last year.  (Whether or not … Continue reading

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WHAT MIGHT HAPPEN AFTER AN IDOL FALLS?

   Today, Lance Armstrong – without doubt, one of the world’s most famous pro cyclists – was permanently banned from his profession, as well as having his Tour De France titles taken away from him.  And all because Armstrong may … Continue reading

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IGNORING WHAT REALLY MATTERS IN AMERICA

   In our country alone, we’re already facing multiple problems for which there’s no easy solutions – including the economic crisis that affected the world roughly four years ago.  And yet, there’s one problem that’s existed for a long time … Continue reading

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THE CROSSROADS OF MY LIFE

   This past May, I turned 47 years old, just three years from reaching the first half-century of my life – and I’m already starting to experience the many difficulties that come with aging, the same difficulties also faced by … Continue reading

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