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Tagged With: pride

100-Word Stroll, 6/21/17: CENTS-ORY PERCEPTION

The only part of the bottle intact was lying by the curb, held together by part of the paper label.  Smirnoff something or other.  The rest of it lay shattered across the entire street, glistening in the morning sun. Grab a refill and walk with me . . . Coming back from my walk yesterday, … Continue reading »

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100-Word Stroll for 4/13/17: CAN YOU SPARE SOME CHANGE TODAY?

I pray I can.  Grab your coffee and walk with me . . . On the way to the borrowed room where they’d dine Passover style with Jesus, the guys were comparing opinions about who of them deserved the corner office with big windows.  3 years, and they didn’t get it.  Or Him. Recently read:  … Continue reading »

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QTMs for 6/21/16: 7 WAYS TO IMPRESS THE SNOT OUT OF BOOMERS

I’ve been rough on America’s young ones.  I admit it. Whenever I observe young men and women the age of my children whining about being offended, by having their feelings hurt, about not being handed every possible benefit, all while seated aimlessly playing games on the latest iPhone and making zero effort to provide for themselves?  Yes.  … Continue reading »

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TODAY IS FLAG DAY

There was a time I’d have been shocked to hear an adult American ask why there’s a Flag Day.  Now I’m sickened by it.  The Internet overflows with every kind of information imaginable.  If you don’t know, take the time to find out. As a little boy watching parades, I remember standing in awe as … Continue reading »

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WHAT DOES THIS DAY MEAN, GRAMPS?

President Ronald Reagan delivered a Memorial Day address at Arlington National Cemetery on May 26, 1986 — almost 30 years ago to the day.  I’ve stood erect and silent in Arlington as a caisson trundles past, the only other sound the muffled thumping of horses’ hooves, the slow, measured cadence of a drum and the solemn, rigid strike of the … Continue reading »

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