Monthly Archives: October 2016

Only a few more days remain before this depressing political season runs its course. Although I have many flaws, ingratitude is not one of them. I am grateful, almost beyond my power of expression, that our quadrennial national exercise in...
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Hello again– The last quarter of the year is always my favorite. We celebrate–and not just the obvious holidays. There are so many more. Check these out. October 24–National Bologna Day October 24–United Nations Day October 25–Punk for a Day...
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Another Monday is upon us. Mercifully, we’re going into the last three weeks of a dreadful political campaign. If you’re interested, here are some ideas to avoid being submerged in the wave of electoral bilge enveloping us. Yes, there really ARE...
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“Money frees you from doing things you dislike. Since I dislike doing nearly everything, money is handy” —Groucho Marx– You will never be successful financially if you don’t learn how to save money. Your goal should be to have as an absolute minimum an amount...
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Ask yourself . . . What three things have you not yet done in your life, but are determined to do? Why are these goals so important to you? Who are the people you’ll need to meet to make these...
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