Monthly Archives: September 2016

The Whistle

Can you whistle?  Some people cannot.  I’ve really never understood why anyone can’t whistle.  I learned to whistle when I was young.  I can whistle a tune like the theme from the Andy Griffith Show.  But I can also whistle … Continue reading

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The Greatest

I was never a fan of the boxer once known as Cassius Clay, and later as Muhammed Ali.  Even though I was not a fan, I admit he was one of the great ones in that sport.  One of the … Continue reading

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What’s in it for me?

We live in a time and culture that is generally selfish.  For many it appears to be all about me.  All about self.  I need cite only one example.  Go to Facebook and look at the pictures.  This generation has … Continue reading

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