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Ready for some quick math? First, you'll need the numbers. Over 70 percent of the nation's roads are located in areas of the country where snow comes around every year, and some 70 percent of the … more
Face Masks have become a very important part of our lives and the seemingly hundreds of face mask manufacturers are pumping out very fashionable different-style masks. One only has to look in the … more
In early December, I ordered custom holiday cards and booklets for friends. I used Shutterfly, a website I have happily used to make family calendars, books, and gifts through the years. On … more
I've often heard the comment when viewing the Confederate Flag… “O there goes a pure redneck that's for sure.” I don't believe that truthfully anyone that displays a Confederate Flag is … more
There are years. Then there are YEARS. For most of us, the differentiating factor is individual. Job loss? Loss of a family member? Total annihilation of everything you held dear? These … more
At the end of what the ancient Romans would call this “annus horribilis”, there have been some bright spots, albeit few and far between. Here, in no particular order, are a few of the things … more
If there was one bright spot in 2020 — aside, of course, from the white, hot flames of the Dumpster fire that was this year — the pandemic puppy deserves to steal the crown. I use the term … more
The stage will be dark this year for the Pitch To Get Rich short game competition, The Golf Darts, the Free Play Golden Tee Lounge and the Long Putt Challenge as the Pandemic has shut down the annual … more
‘Twas a week before Christmas—can you believe it? This year's been so crazy I can't wait to leave it. I've been home for so long I lost track of the days. Now it seems a whole year … more
There are so many strategy opinions being shoved down our throats these days about COVID and what to do about it that it leaves us spinning as to what to believe. We found interesting statements … more
For most families this time of year there are traditions. Some light menorahs or kinaras. Some decorate trees. Some watch Rankin and Bass specials on TV. Some spin dreidels. As a child … more
During these days when we must stay at home, I have spent a lot of time thinking about the trips I have been fortunate enough to take. I first went abroad in 1972 when I visited my Uncle Bob in … more
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