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Posts Tagged ‘ Jackodile ’

Free Food – Performance Art

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January 12, 2012
Free Food – Performance Art

Tweet Performance art is no mystery to you, and a good show may lead to the tossing of coinage.  So don’t hold back.  You’ve done some pretty crazy things on stage or in the subway before.  Remember that time you skipped naked through the airport terminal yelling, “I feel like a pickle!” as an...
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I Told You So (Ricky Gervais Part II)

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January 11, 2012
I Told You So (Ricky Gervais Part II)

Tweet I said it almost a year ago.  And then I said I told you so a couple months ago. Now I can say I really told you so.  This one can be filed under the “there’s no such thing as bad publicity” category.  Right after the Golden Globes faded to black and everyone...
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Pickle: Your Time Has Come

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January 10, 2012
Pickle: Your Time Has Come

Tweet I’ve decided that pickles are going to be the next big thing.  The next “bacon” if you will.  Why not?  Bacon’s had a very nice run and still tastes yummy, but why not pickles now? Pickles are more complex in flavor and take a more mature palette than bacon.  Also, they’re a little...
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Are You Incredible?

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December 23, 2011
Are You Incredible?

Tweet My four year-old son is a big The Incredibles fan.  He dressed as Dash for Halloween and has worn the costume to my other son’s Christmas program and then shopping the other day.  And in the last two days, he’s racked up two more viewings of the movie. So file this one under...
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A Very Risky Post

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December 14, 2011
A Very Risky Post

Tweet This is a very risky post.   Sometimes it’s just wiser to stay out of heated debates and avoid the risk of others disparaging your character or intelligence.  Especially when all I’m talking about is football. Right now the Indianapolis Colts are in the throws of their worst season of the teams almost...
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Raising Up Leaders

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November 11, 2011
Raising Up Leaders

Tweet I believe that we have a responsibility to younger generations not only to lead them but to teach them how to be leaders and then let them lead. Unfortunately, too often leaders are unwilling to relinquish power and instead of raising up leaders, they hold on, buying into the misconception that everything would fall...
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Vote Local

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November 2, 2011
Vote Local

Tweet   Here in Indiana, we’re holding out next general election on Tuesday, November 8, 2011, which, at this moment, would be next Tuesday. I believe it is a very important election. However, most people, even moderately faithful voters, may not share my opinion. Why? Because voters often put a greater emphasis on the...
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Pre-Teens & Tiaras

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July 10, 2011
Pre-Teens & Tiaras

Tweet I was a very proud dad last weekend.  I was also pleasantly surprised. My 12 year-old daughter came home from school earlier this spring asking Elisabeth (her mom) if she could enter a pageant that was happening this summer.  That was a bit of an interesting request considering that she really had not...
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The Economy of Fireworks

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June 29, 2011
The Economy of Fireworks

Tweet This is a repost of what I wrote last year at this time. It may be a year later, but they put the sign back up, so this post still holds true. Something’s wrong here.  Why is it when fireworks should be selling like hotcakes, stores are offering “buy one get five free...
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Sony XL-2400

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June 24, 2011

Tweet Back in 2006 I bought a Sony 50″ rear projection TV.  I’d always wanted an HD television and the Colts were going to the Super Bowl, so this was the perfect excuse.  Of course I would have loved getting a plasma, but the prices were way to high for me.  The rear projection was...
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