Fiscal Cliff Predictions

Dec 06, 2012
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The fiscal cliff is looming at the end of the year, and we will be hearing more about it as we get closer to the end of the year. My predictions regarding the fiscal cliff. A deal will get done, but it might not be until early January.  The new congressional session begins on January […]

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December Football

Dec 05, 2012
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December is finally here. The college football regular season is complete and the bowl invitations have been made. If your team is in one, the travel plans are in work. The sports talk shows are arguing the merits and weaknesses of each team and bowl pairing. Fans are excited by or bemoaning the season, the […]

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Who Will Win The Heisman?

Dec 04, 2012
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It should be an interesting Heisman match up as only three people are invited to the festivities this year. In many ways it is the unlikeliest three you could have ever tried to pick out before the season started. Optimus Klein Collin Klein had been a good – maybe even great quarterback for the Kansas […]

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Review: Hit Me by Lawrence Block

Dec 03, 2012
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The first time I encountered Lawrence Block’s hit man, Keller, I wasn’t overly impressed.  I finished the book, but Keller just didn’t see to resonate with me nearly as well as other Block characters like gentleman burglar Bernie Rhodenbarr or private eye Matt Scudder.  A couple of years later, I discovered that one of the […]

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Baseball Preview 2013: What To Watch For

Nov 30, 2012
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The 2013 baseball season is just around the corner.  At some point in the coming months, I’ll delve into each league in more detail.  Today, however, we’ll just take an overall look at things to watch for in 2013. Players to watch Mike Trout – Trout’s season was a historically great season.  He hit .326 […]

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A New Religion – And Obama Is Their Profit

Nov 29, 2012
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I totally flubbed up my election prediction last month. I don’t feel bad, GOP’s experts who are paid millions totally flubbed up too. Nearly all of their polls were wrong on battleground states. Half of the Democrat Obama voters I knew we’re voting Romney this time around and I didn’t even have to give them […]

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NaNoWriMo success

Nov 28, 2012
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Yes, that is right, I have successfully completed the 2012 National Novel Writing Month challenge. I have captured 50,000 words of a novel titled “Return to Normal: Volume 1 of the Holleran Chronicles”. I know that this is a pretention title, presuming that there will be additional volumes, but I do have plans to keep […]

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