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Embrace Holy Week

Christians attended Palm Sunday worship service yesterday but unfortunately any make the mistake to move quickly to Easter and forget about the week’s events that led up to the resurrection of Jesus on Easter Sunday. Do not make that mistake. Jesus … Continue reading

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My Theory Of Parenting

It’s all about building up lots and lots of calluses. There is no way someone who has never played the guitar could pick up one and start playing for hours as if he were Jimi Hendrix.  And it’s not just … Continue reading

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#PrincessBrideScience

There is a new twitter hashtag #PrincessBrideScience that related famous quotes from that movie to science so I decided to have some fun with the Anthropogenic Global Warming (AGW) cult with a few tweets. Once word leaks out that an … Continue reading

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Understatement of the Year

I received a letter from Honda stating that my 2003 Odyssey needs to have its SRS electronic control unit repaired because there is a possibility that the air bag will deploy in a non-crash scenario.  A portion of the letter … Continue reading

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Welcome To The Hotel Obamacare

You can enroll anytime you like but you can never leave! Team Obama will not want many more Obamacare horror stories like this to appear on NPR. It’s bad enough that one of Alaska’s residents had to go through hell … Continue reading

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NASA Demonstrates Unequivocally That Global Warming Theory Has Failed

Originally posted on Real Science:
In 1988, the world’s greatest climatologist published these three possible forecasts for future temperatures. Scenario A assumes continued exponential trace gas growth, scenario B assumes a reduced linear growth of trace gases, and scenario C…

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Upside-Down Pinocchio

As we get close to the debt ceiling battle, let’s remember what Obama said as a Senator in 2006: “The fact that we are here today to debate raising America’s debt limit is a sign of leadership failure. It is … Continue reading

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Obama’s Other Red Line

Back in 2009 Team Obama told us we needed the $787 billion stimulus to prevent the US Unemployment Rate from going over 8%.  Here was their chart and I put a red dot where August’s unemployment rate clocked in today. … Continue reading

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Hilton Head 2013

On vacation this week and enjoying time with my family. Not reading political news this week and taking a much needed break. I’ll be back in a week interacting with my blog buddies here but until then…..

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Never Forget

69 years ago men willingly boarded landing boats, jumped out of planes and piloted gliders not knowing whether they’d live to see another day.  There is a good reason why their generation is sometimes called ‘The Greatest’ because I don’t … Continue reading

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Defending Maker’s Mark

    UPDATE 17-FEB-13 – Maker’s Mark has reversed their decision and decided to keep their proof the same.  See details in comments section. Maker’s Mark decided to lower the alcohol content of their flagship product and while many have … Continue reading

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Remember when Democrats and Republicans said we needed to pass the Senate Fiscal Cliff deal to take additional taxes “off the table?” When will they ever learn? This is the plan, every few months there is another ‘crisis’ that we … Continue reading

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The Value of a Part Time Job (part 3)

This is the 3rd and final post in a weekend series where I am celebrating the Labor Day holiday by reminiscing about what I learned from my first part time job at Wal-Mart that I held beginning halfway through my … Continue reading

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The Value of a Part Time Job (part 2)

This is the 2nd post in a weekend series where I am celebrating the Labor Day holiday by reminiscing about what I learned from my first part time job at Wal-Mart that I held beginning halfway through my sophomore year … Continue reading

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The Value of a Part Time Job (Part 1)

We’re in the middle of Labor Day weekend and Unions use this event to remind us that if it weren’t for them, we’d have to work this coming Monday.  But instead of dedicating another post providing evidence how Unions are … Continue reading

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They Grow Up Too Fast

When my first child was about 3 months old I attended the wedding of my sister-in-law and during the reception my father-in-law walked over to my table and told me that the time between this (he pointed at my baby … Continue reading

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A Week Off The Grid

While the rest of America was pouring over the details of recent SCOTUS decisions on Obamacare and Arizona immigration reform, my family was recharging our batteries at a lake house with no Wi-Fi or 3G cell coverage.  In other words, … Continue reading

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People Aren’t Normal

There was a fascinating journal article published in Personnel Psychology (“The Best and the Rest: Revisiting the Norm of Normality of Individual Performance”) that showed personal performance across many industries didn’t fit a normal distribution (bell curve) but instead fit … Continue reading

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Kentucky Derby Week

As someone who was born in Kentucky, graduated from the University of Louisville and lived in that great city for 10 years, this time of year is special to me.  Since my wife is also from the Bluegrass state, we … Continue reading

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My Tribute to a 20 Year Old Hero

Today my family had two monumental ‘firsts’:  My son played his first organized church league basketball game and about 2 hours later my kids saw their father cry for the first time. Yes, today was one of those days I’ll … Continue reading

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