It sure would be awesome…

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if I could use this tool to post to Facebook and Twitter too. 

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I found a great new podcast, he said, not acknowledging this is his first post in almost two years

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Hey! I found a great new (to me) podcast, called “The Brian Koppelman Podcast.” Brian writes (and sometimes directs) movies like Rounders, Solitary Man, and Ocean’s Thirteen. He’s a great thinker and a great interviewer. The link above goes to an … Continue reading

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The ecstasy of youth

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Henry David Thoreau’s Journal: 16-July-1851 And not only this is true, but as far back as I can remember I have consciously referred to the experience of a previous state of existence. “For life is a forgetting,” etc. Formerly, methought, … Continue reading

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Divine Intervention, Luck, or both?

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When my editor first read my most recent Chesterfield Observer week’s column, he didn’t believe it was true. But it is. Read the whole column here. And if you like it, please share it!! ————————— To get the latest in … Continue reading

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This week’s podcast: Peer Pressure – it’s not just for kids any more

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In episode 60 of the Constant Crisis News & Opinion self-help and humor podcast, Ham & Chuck celebrate the fact that, while America has Tebowing, a burgeoning marijuana industry and millions of lost shakers of salt, at least we don’t … Continue reading

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Frisbees are for Throwing!

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My latest Chesterfield Observer humor column is on a topic that was once near and dear to my heart: Frisbee, and more specifically, Freestyle frisbee. But it’s also about more… it’s about life and risk and fear. Just remember: Frisbees are for … Continue reading

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Free the bird

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After coffee this morning with Patrick Morin, sales expert, speaker extraordinaire, mentor and friend, I wouldn’t be surprised if he felt a little like Jonathan Livingston Seagull: “Why is it,” Jonathan puzzled, “that the hardest thing in the world is … Continue reading

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