Ringing in Restraint

We did it. Another year under our belts. So how'd you fare? Did you thrive? Maintain? Or was this unfortunately a year of challenges and setbacks? Well, no matter. We're all just hours away to a clean slate. Toss aside those triumphs and disappointments because no matter what your situation has been over the last …

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Poker-Faced Faith

Well, lo and behold the man and I have something in common after all. Politics indeed makes for strange bedfellows. Move over, Donald. And stop hogging the blanket. To my utter surprise, I found myself last week having a rare moment of commiseration with the president. It had to do with all of the online reactions to …

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St. Augustine Vigil For Victims of Pittsburgh Shootings

A vigil at the Plaza De La Constitucion in St. Augustine, Florida was held on the evening of October 30th, 2018 in honor of those murdered on the previous Saturday at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Rabbi Levi Vogel of St. Augustine's Chabad synagogue officiated. Among those who also spoke were St. Augustine Mayor …

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Early Retirement: Year Four Milepost

"Oh, God. Not another of these posts from him." "Yeah, 'fraid so." "Sneak away for a beer?" " <expletive deleted> yeah! I'm outta here..." My apologies ahead of time to those who come here solely for the inanity and preposterous-laden content; I do promise a return to absurd ramblings soon. But unfortunately bylaw #1.7(a)(4-3) of this blog's …

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