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Sex Education

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November 6, 2009
Sex Education

Tweet Last night I felt like I was back in 7th grade again.  There I was trying to not let that smirk cross my face as I watched a sex ed video for 5th graders.  My daughter is ten years old and the school is having a session for the 5th graders about puberty...
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Diane English Was Going To Fire Me

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September 29, 2009
Diane English Was Going To Fire Me

Tweet I thought I was going to be fired for sure. I had been given a simple task and I failed to complete it properly, so I attempted to fix my mistake and only made it worse. I had scratched Diane English’s windshield on her Jeep Grand Cherokee. While most of you don’t know...
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Thanks, John Mellencamp.

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September 28, 2009
Thanks, John Mellencamp.

Tweet When I was in college, I worked as a production assistant on John Mellencamp’s film Falling From Grace the summer between my junior and senior year. It was a grueling, thrilling, exhausting, somewhat empowering experience. Working on a film is not what it is cracked up to be, but makes for an interesting...
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My Bill Gates Encounter

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September 25, 2009
My Bill Gates Encounter

Tweet When I worked for comedian Louie Anderson, I once traveled with him to Seattle where he was scheduled to do a brief show at a wedding reception. It was the wedding of one of the big shots at Microsoft. I think Louie thought is was a corporate event for Microsoft when he agreed...
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It’s Better on the Other Side of the Drawbridge

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September 16, 2009
It’s Better on the Other Side of the Drawbridge

Tweet From 1992-1994, Elisabeth and I lived in Virginia Beach. We weren’t the biggest fans of Virgina Beach, but the Tidewater area as a whole really wasn’t that bad. One of our favorite places was Portsmouth with its historic houses and scenery. One balmy, ninety plus degree, late summer day we were driving over...
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It’s dangerous being the oldest person in the world.

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September 12, 2009
It’s dangerous being the oldest person in the world.

Tweet I read that the oldest person in the world, Gertrude Baines, just died.  She  was 115 years old.  I’ve noticed is that it is very dangerous to be the oldest person in the world because whoever gets that designation dies.  I haven’t done a study, but the mortality rate seems very high.  Of...
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Preventing or Repairing that Annoying Crease in Your Golf Shirt Collar

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September 8, 2009

Tweet For the longest time, every polo/golf shirt I bought would be ruined after only a few washings.  With each washing, the collar would get an annoying crease in the wrong place.  Surely this has happened to you.  That little annoying crease would prevent the collar from laying flat and made the shirt look...
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